- Princess Pippa is getting ready for the ball! Push the pumpkin carriage with realistic clippety-clop sounds as Snowdrop, her magical pull-along horse rushes to get the Princess to the ball. The Fairy Godmother waves her magic wand and transforms Princess Pippa’s dress into a beautiful ball gown which she can admire from all angles in her revolving magic mirror. Will Princess Pippa kiss Francis the Frog and turn him into her Prince? The story unfolds… - - - Recommended Ages: 1.5 years - 5 years - -
- The holidays come but once a year and the first Christmas for a wee one is an extra special event. This holiday keepsake doll is made of velvety soft velour with an embroidered face, ribbon details, and jolly red dress embroidered with "Baby's 1st Christmas". Machine washable and baby safe, measures 10" tall. - - Features include: - - •Made of soft velboa with embroidered features - •Attached satin bow at neck - •Embroidered words on dress - •Baby safe - •Machine washable -
- Little Princess Angels are made of velboa with soft white velboa robes with satin ribbon, attached velboa wings, fabric hair and embroidered facial features. Baby safe, machine washable, 16" tall. - - Features include: - - •Made of soft velboa with embroidered features - •Attached satin bow at neck - •Baby safe - •Machine washable - •Winner of Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal -
Summary: - - Once upon a time, in a gloomy castle on a lonely hill, where there were thirteen clocks that wouldn't go, there lived a cold, aggressive Duke, and his niece, the Princess Saralinda. She was warm in every wind and weather, but he was always cold. His hands were as cold as his smile, and almost as cold as his heart. He wore gloves when he was asleep, and he wore gloves when he was awake, which made it difficult for him to pick up pins or coins or the kernels of nuts, or to tear the wings from nightingales. - - - So begins James Thurber's sublimely revamped fairy tale, - The 13 Clocks - , in which a wicked Duke who imagines he has killed time, and the Duke's beautiful niece, for whom time seems to have run out, both meet their match, courtesy of an enterprising and very handsome prince in disguise. Readers young and old will take pleasure in this tale of love forestalled but ultimately fulfilled, admiring its upstanding hero ("He yearned to find in a far land the princess of his dreams, singing as he went, and possibly slaying a dragon here and there") and unapologetic villain ("We all have flaws," the Duke said. "Mine is being wicked"), while wondering at the enigmatic Golux, the mysterious stranger whose unpredictable interventions speed the story to its necessarily happy end. - - About the Author: - - • - James Thurber - (1894-1961), one of the outstanding American humorists and cartoonists of the twentieth century, was born in Columbus, Ohio, and launched his professional writing career as a reporter for the - Columbus Dispatch - in 1920. He began writing for - The - - New Yorker - in 1927 after his friend E. B. White got him a job at the magazine. Though hampered by failing eyesight, Thurber wrote nearly forty books, including collections of essays, short stories, fables, and children's stories. He won a Tony Award for his popular Broadway play, - A Thurber Carnival. - - - - Marc Simont - was born in Paris and moved to America when he was nineteen. He has illustrated nearly a hundred books, working with authors as diverse as Margaret Wise Brown and Ruth Krauss. He won a Caldecott Honor in 1950 for illustrating Krauss's - The Happy Day - , and in 1957 he was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his pictures in - A Tree Is Nice - by Janice May Udry. He is the illustrator for the New York Review Children's Collection's - The Backward Day - . He lives with his family in West Cornwall, Connecticut. - - - Neil Gaiman - is an award-winning author of novels, short stories, children's books, and graphic novels. Among his works are the children's books - Coraline, The Wolves in the Walls, - and - The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish; - the - Sandman - graphic novels - - series; - - and the fantasy novels - Stardust - and - Smoke and Mirrors. - Originally from England, Gaiman now lives in the United States. - Author: James Thurber - Illustrator: Marc Simont - Publisher:NYR Children's Collection - Published Date:07/29/2008 - Format:Hardcover - ISBN:1590172752 - #of pages:#N/A -
- - Astronaut Costume - Toddler - - - A great Astronaut Costume from Rubies! - - Rubies Sizing Information: - - Toddler (2T): Height = 35-39" and Waist=22-24" - Small (4-6 years): Height=44-48' and Waist=25-26" - - - Materials: - Made in the USA & Import. 100% Polyester (exclusive of trim). -
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