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Madeline Tea Set
This deluxe Madeline Tea Set is decorated with scenes from the beloved book by Ludwig Bemelmans and includes a tray; teapot; four cups, saucers, plates, spoons, and napkins; and a tablecloth, packaged in a sweet little suitcase for tidy storage.
Baby's First Books
Four board books with padded covers are ideal for babies and toddlers. The set includes: First 100 Words, First 100 Animals, Numbers Colors Shapes, and First 100 Trucks. Each book is illustrated with engaging photos, not drawings.
Sophie la Girafe Baby Gift Bundle
Indulge a beloved newborn or baby with the iconic French teether toy Sophie la giraffe (spotted peeking out of many a Parisian pram) and four Sophie board books.
Leo Lionni Animal Alphabet: 24-Piece Puzzle
This puzzle features some of the most endearing characters created by Leo Lionni; Swimmy, Frederick, Alexander, and more make the alphabet fun and accessible for ages 3+.
My First Books 4-Book Set
Adorable illustrated characters are used to introduce important first concepts, and reinforce those concepts with full-color photographs to provide real-world images and context.
100 First Words for Little New Yorkers
New Yorkers have a vocabulary all their own: it’s not a pizza, it’s a pie. It’s not cream cheese, it’s a schmear. Things aren’t carried, they’re schlepped. This fun and inventive board book is a primer for little Gothamites who want to master all their hometown icons.
Peter Rabbit at Home: 60-Piece Puzzle
Toddlers and older children will be enchanted by Beatrix Potter's cozy illustration of Peter Rabbit at home under the big fir tree with his mama and siblings Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail. Sixty pieces are perfect for the 4+ year-old set—not too simple, yet not too complex.
“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.
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.
Alphabet Go Fish
Letters are the stars of this version of the classic game. A fun way for children to learn and practice the alphabet, the sturdy deck of 52 oversized cards includes illustrations and lowercase letters, making the game appropriate for preschool through early lower school.
Something for Christmas
In Palmer Brown's beloved story of a little mouse’s search for a very special gift for a very special person, nothing seems just right until the little mouse realizes that the best present of all is already at hand. Ages 3-8.
Mealtime Fun and Games Paper Placemats Kit
Each sheet provides entertainment for children—and their adults—at the table. In addition to the activities, there are dozens of conversation starters—explaining fun new words and phrases to a young gastronome, for starters (hors d’oeuvres, square meal, merci, effervescent, and more). Twenty-four different paper placemats, 12 gel pens for drawing and a pouch to hold the pens.