Alphabet ABC Go Fish and Cardholders for Little Hands
Based on the classic game, this is a fun way for children to learn and practice the alphabet, both lower- and upper-case letters. And to make playing cards more fun and less frustrating for young players, we’ve included two card holders to help small hands hold the cards.
Zig & Go Musical Chain Reaction Construction Set
A large set of chain reaction, thinking, and wooden construction components as well as chimes, bells, a gong and other “instruments” that can produce sound when positioned to do so. The possibilities are endless as kids learn about the ingenuity and magic involved in chains of movement.
Monster is curious about making friends, finding a home, and exploring his city. This book collects six Monster stories—written by educators Ellen Blance and Ann Cook, who worked with children to write the books—brought to life by Quentin Blake's charming illustrations.
Buttoning & Zipping and Locking & Unlocking Skill Boards
Six wooden characters help little ones build life skills in an engaging way. Three of the animal characters are wearing coats that need to be buttoned, zipped or snapped, and the other three characters are holding doors that need to be unlocked, unlatched or unbolted.
The Antiquarian Sticker Book: Bibliophilia
"The Antiquarian Sticker Book: Bibliophilia" is for lovers of books and art. This treasure trove of authentic historical prints and quotes from the Victorian era through the early twentieth century can be used to embellish journals and scrapbooks, create stationery, wrapping paper, collages, Valentines, greeting cards, bookplates, invitations, place cards, announcements—the possibilities are endless.
Flower Press with Craft Projects
Collect plants and flowers to press and dry with the provided press and then glue the specimens to the cards and illustrations to create stationery and artwork.
Under the Rain Umbrella
This cheerful children’s umbrella has a deep canopy that provides extra protection from wind and rain. The manual opening mechanism has safety protection to keep little fingers safe and the fiberglass frame is strong. Children love pointing out and naming “elephant,” “rabbit,” “giraffe,” “frog,” “cat,” “ladybug,” “butterfly” etc.—a charming menagerie.
Animals of the World 100-Piece Puzzle
This detailed puzzle for ages five and up comes with a poster of the image to use as a guide while working the puzzle and an educational booklet to use as a “seek and find” tool to learn about each animal. For ages 5 and up.
This STEM kit is an exciting two-part project for a young artist/scientist, age seven and older. Step-by-step instructions show how to construct a working kaleidoscope, which is then used to create an impressive outer-space-themed light show. The instructions are illustrated, detailed, straightforward, and easy to follow.
A Star Danced Onesie
“…there was a star danced, and under that was I born.”- Shakespeare. 3-6 month onesie.
Color Magic Bath Book and Bath Shapes
Black and white illustrations of bugs magically turn bright and colorful the minute this bath book touches water. We’ve paired the book with 20 soft, stickable foam shapes of insects that adhere to tub and tile when wet. A mesh storage bag with suction cups is included.
Baby Lit Collection
Introduce young ones (ages birth and up) to a world of literature with these cheerful, colorful, and humorous board books, bundled together in an I Love Books canvas tote. The ten books include four classics from the wildly popular Baby Lit series, two volumes from Baby Lit Shakespeare, and four from Baby Lit Little Poets.
Mealtime Fun and Games Paper Placemats Kit
Each of the 24 sheets provides a different activity, puzzle, word scramble, or maze to keep children entertained at the table, including dozens of fun conversation starters for young gastronomes; with 12 gel pens in a pouch.
Time Spent Reading Is Never Wasted Mug
This heirloom quality bone china mug is decorated with Quentin Blake’s irresistible illustration of a storytelling dragon reading to four captivated children, with the reminder: “Time spent reading is never wasted.” Made in Scotland.
Sunprinting is based on the cyanotype process, which has been used by artists since its development in the 19th century.
Young Booklover’s Holiday Advent Calendar
This non-religious version of the traditional Advent calendar was designed for The New York Public Library and features animals from children’s books through the years, by illustrators such as the d’Aulaires, Ludwig Bemelmans, Wanda Gag, Ruth Krauss, the Petershams, Dr. Seuss, and others.
Decoder Jigsaw Puzzle with Eyeglasses Masks
This is a delightful 100-piece puzzle for ages 4+ that comes with a fun payoff: once it is completed, the puzzle workers don the special animal masks to discover hidden objects printed on the puzzle that are invisible to the naked eye.
Rice Wax Bath Crayons
A wonderful tool for kids to use for drawing and writing in the tub. The crayons float, the paper wrapper on each is made of waterproof paper, and they’re an easy-to-hold but hard-to-drop hexagon shape.
“I Am Born” Onesie
What better way for a baby to announce that he or she has arrived? “Chapter I. I Am Born”—the first line of Charles Dickens’s classic David Copperfield—is printed in black across the chest of this white 100% cotton baby onesie.
Baby Lit Shakespeare
Introduce Shakespeare to your favorite young one with these cheerful, colorful, and humorous board books, two favorites from the witty and whimsical Baby Lit series: A Midsummer Night’s Dream: A Fairies Primer and Romeo & Juliet: A Counting Primer.
The Children's Travel Journal
Help your favorite little globetrotter create a masterpiece of memories. While on the road, this unique diary is a fun-filled work-in-progress. When completed, it becomes a treasured keepsake that vividly preserves memories of a special trip.