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1.Unbiased Non-Sponsored Quintessential Creative Products That Bolster Your Daughter's Sense of Style
Quintessential products that should belong within your child’s wide-ranging collection of accessories and products, not as merely cool items they’re soon to become blasé about, but as some kind of panache nutrients that bolster a child’s sense of style since early years...


2.Toys to Talk About: Costumes & Accessories
Take an extra look at these quality costumes and accessories...


3.Top-10 Most-Wanted Halloween Toys
Though some retailers interviewed by TDmonthly Magazine in December 2013 told us they don't sell specific Halloween merchandise, others touted the selling power of items such as fake mustaches, face painting kits, and of course costumes!...


4.Halloween Toys and Costumes
Check out these specialty and mass-market Halloween books, toys, and costumes...


5.ASTRA's Best Toys For Kids Nominees - Pretend - Fantasy Play
Take a closer look at ASTRA's Best Toys For Kids Nominees in the Pretend - Fantasy Play category...


6.ASTRA's Best Toys For Kids Nominees - Pretend - Role Play
Take a closer look at ASTRA's Best Toys For Kids Nominees in the Pretend - Role Play category...


7.Holiday Preview: Kids' Costumes and Apparel
Little girls can match their Groovy Girls this holiday season with Manhattan Toy’s line of coordinating dress-up. Creative Education of Canada gives grade-schoolers performance-worthy fashions, while Little Adventures transforms girls into princesses. Unwrap cool gear this Christmas with TDmonthly’s Holiday Preview of Costumes and Apparel below.For products that interest you,...


8.Vendors Flaunt Fashions on Video
Manufacturers including Creative Education of Canada and Little Adventures have rolled out fabulous new costumes for kids. And thanks to Flipoutz and Bead the Message, children can wear bracelets that say what they want to say...


9.Top-10 Most-Wanted Kids' Costumes and Apparel
In a recent TDmonthly Magazine survey of 37 specialty retailers in the United States, storeowners touted the detail and durability of favorite dress-up lines Creative Education of Canada and Little Adventures...


10.Toy Stores Go Light on Fright
Most specialty toy-store owners told TDmonthly Magazine Halloween just isn't a big deal for them. They might do a spooky window display or make sure dress-up is in stock, but customers shouldn't expect all-out decor...


11.TDmonthly's October Staff Picks
This month, check out a game in which acquiring debt is a winning tactic, soft-soled modern toddler shoes from Canada, and a sidewalk-chalk curriculum...


12.TDmonthly's Fall 2009 Top Seller Award Winners
See the complete list of TDmonthly Magazine's Fall 2009 award winners...


13.TDmonthly Goes Inside … Toy Crazy, Malibu
In 1998, when Melissa Moore opened the first Toy Crazy in Malibu, Calif., the beachside town was a lot more laidback than it is today. Sandals and cutoffs were de rigeur fashion and iconoclastic specialty shops the norm...


14.Holiday Preview - Apparel, Costumes & Accessories
There’s always room for play in a child’s wardrobe, right? With princess gowns, fairy wings, pirate gear and adorable little socks for infants, there should be no shortage of opportunities for fashion flair and creative play this Christmas...


15.Top-10 Most-Wanted Costumes and Apparel
In February 2009, TDmonthly Magazine spoke with 52 specialty retailers around the country about their sales of dress up, costumes and children's apparel...


16.Regional Reports: What’s Selling … And Where
Best sellers in the New England region are a who's who of well-known toys, with Thomas the Tank Engine, Playmobil and Sticky Mosaics from the Orb Factory among the names given...


17.Top-10 Most-Wanted Halloween Items
About 30 percent of 52 specialty retailers who spoke with TDmonthly Magazine in fall 2008 said they don’t carry specific stock for Halloween in their stores...


18.TDmonthly’s Psychologist Mom
While reviewing the products below, TDmonthly Magazine’s Psychologist Mom learned lessons on geography, had some fun with dentist-developed paint for teeth, and brightened up bicycling with a flashing safety component...


19.Halloween: Tattoos for "Boos"
It's one thing to wear a Frankenstein mask, but how much better to flaunt fake scars over real kid skin...


20.Guidecraft Inc. Recalls Children’s Puppet Theaters Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission today announced a voluntary recall of Tabletop Puppet Theaters by Guidecraft Inc...


21.Costumes: All Aboard!
Come summer, Rubie’s Costume Company will keep Noah’s Ark babes afloat in themed costumes that portray cute and cuddly with flannel and chenille...


22.Make Halloween Hip
While children are searching for witches and ghosts in the uniquely interactive Spooky Night book from InnovativeKids, Positive Spin Press has given a new face to the eerie holiday:...


23.TDmonthly's Top-10 Most-Wanted Costumes
Pirates are big, but Princesses are bigger, 67 specialty toy retailers told TDmonthly Magazine...


24.New & Notable Toys: Costumes and Accessories
Check out these new and noteworthy toys...


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