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Loaded with 12 complete pranks, the Jokes On You! kit from Reeve & Jones contains supplies and instructions for classic gags to pull on friends and family. A hand buzzer, fake vomit, pet poop, squirt ring, money snatcher, and many more items will arm tricksters young and old.
— During a September 2010 survey, two of 49 retailers listed practical joke supplies as their top-selling novelty items.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 30699 (added 9/29/2010)
Ideal for a pint-sized percussionist, the Sunshine Drum takes the classic drum on a stick and fashions it with a big 10" sunny face. It also comes with a soft mallet that cleverly stores inside the short, safe stick. It's a practical and simple way for kids to bang their way to some music fun. In summer 2007, the Sunshine Drum was cited as the best-selling music toy in the store of Patti Lee, owner of Toys Galore and More in Kent, Conn. Lee sells about 12 of these drums per month, she said.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14272 (added 7/24/2007)
Now kids can paint with just plain water by filling the included stylus up at the tap. The water reveals a rainbow of color when it moves over the board. The holding case has a carrying handle for portability and is double-sided so kids can paint on one side while the other side dries and erases.
— Diane Robinson, president and owner of Silly Goose Inc. in Essex, Mass., recommended these, explaining that “you can wipe the slate clean. They have a little stylus flat board.”
— “For the younger kids: Splash Art,” said Kate Tanner, owner of Kidstop Toy & Book Store in Scottsdale, Ariz., of top-selling travel products at her store.
— Greg Bonner, owner of Heights Toy Center Inc. in Little Rock, Ark, agreed they sell well: “Art Boards. Doodling, coloring, it passes the time. Travel boards with write on/wipe off games. Still does well.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8380 (added 6/22/2006)