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November 2006 | Vol. V - No. 11




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Babies Speak Out

These Tots Tell What They Really Think of Toys


Ever wondered what was going through a baby’s head? TDmonthly rounded up five 0 to 3 year olds to find out. These kids and their moms explain why Taggies and Wee Gallery (ToyDirectory) books are so fascinating … whether they were turning the pages or just chewing on them.

Wee Gallery Baby Flash Cards, for instance, were “very pretty,” toddler Lucy told TDmonthly.

Read more in our first Baby Roundtable in the January 2007 issue of TDmonthly Magazine.



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Sharri HefnerWriter's Bio: Sharri is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. Most recently, Sharri wrote a one act titled "Spice" for Gene Rhee’s "The Trouble With Romance," which stars David Eigenberg ("Sex and the City"). "Georgia Heat," a script Sharri wrote with fellow NYU alum Mora Stephens, is slated for production Summer 2007 (Janet Yang, Executive Producer). Sharri received her MFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Before NYU, Sharri was graduated summa cum laude from California State, Long Beach. While Sharri was completing her thesis, USAToday selected her as one of the top college students in the country. Sharri is the proud mom of Sydney, who was born in June 2006. Read more articles by this author

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