- Aurora Plush Baby 6" My Barnyard Friends Carrier with Sound. This playset has a chicken, duck, cow, and a pig that all make individual sounds. - - Features include: - - •Animals make individual noises - •Award winning - •Wonderful gift item - •Aurora, leading manufacturer of plush - •Soft and cuddly -
Aurora Plush Aurora Babies? 12" Suma. Aurora World is a premier manufacturer of gift plush, stuffed animals and soft toys. For 25 years, Aurora has brought you the latest trends and styles in the newest and softest fabrics. Whether you are young, or young at heart, you will love the soft and cuddly feel of Aurora's wonderful products. Give them as gifts to someone special for any occasion! - - Features include: - - •Realistic Looking - •Highly Detailed - •Fine Plush Fabric -
- This sweet, techie baby doll is ready to be your friend. The doll's charm hides an online code that brings you a whole new world of fun. It includes a doll, 2 outfits, 2 charms, 1 charm clip, 1 pair of glasses, 1 toolkit, 1 robot, 1 website code and 1 mini book. Warning: Small parts present a choking hazard to children under 3. - - - 3.2 (L) x 12 (W) x 10 (H) - - Age: 5 years and up - -
- Smart as a tack SpongeBob can be; not to mention he's super happy. - - Features include: - - •Official product from Ty?s wildly popular Beanie Boo Collection - •Look for the familiar heart-shaped tag that means you?ve purchased an authentic Ty product - •Handmade with the finest quality standards in the industry - •Collect them all - •High quality for a low price -
- Comes with pacifier and soft teddy bear. Soft stuffed doll with vinyl arms and legs. - - Features include: - - •Adorable dolls and accessories introduce children to the world of imagination and pretend play - •Small World Toys All is focused on developing and delivering the safest and highest quality products for children. - •Small World Toys believes that play is an integral and necessary part of a child's development and education. - •Small World Toys prides itself in developing products that encourage creativity and building self confidence through play - •Comes with pacifier and soft teddy bear - -
- - Aurora World Inc 10" Congo The Gorilla Dreamy Eyes - - - This adorable gorilla has extra large, expressive eyes and super soft fur. Aurora World is internationally known as a leader in the plush industry. Extra large expressive dreamy eyes. Super soft material. Wonderful gift item. Cuddly and cute. bean filled. -
- - Aurora World Inc 12" Bwindi The Gorilla Flopsie - - - This adorable gorilla is bean filled and has super soft material. Aurora World is an international leader in the plush industry. Extra large expressive dreamy eyes. Super soft material. Wonderful gift item. Cuddly and cute. bean filled. -
- Unique foam and plastic construction set both boys and girls can enjoy. High quality pieces are attractively colored to stimute play and can intelink, stack and rotate to build a Gorilla or any creatures kids can create. - - Features include: - - •64 high-density foam and plastic connectors - •Includes step-by-step instructions for building a Gorilla - •Kids can either build the illustrated design or create their own - •Big thumbs-up from parents for resistant piecesthat are also safe, easy to manipulate and washable - •Made in Canada - -
Summary: - "Good night, Gorilla," says the zookeeper. But mischievous Gorilla isn't quite ready to go to sleep. He'd rather follow the zookeeper on his rounds and let all of the other animals out of their cages. Little night owls can sneak along with Gorilla and see who gets the last laugh in this riotous goodnight romp. Practically wordless yet full of expressive art and hilarious, adorable detail, this book is sure to become a beloved part of children's own bedtime rituals. - - "In a book economical in text and simple in illustrations, the many amusing, small details, as well as the tranquil tome of the story, make this an outstanding picture book." -- - The Horn Book - - - "A clever, comforting bedtime story."-- - School Library Journal - - - About the Author: - - •Peggy Rathmann is the author and illustrator of several acclaimed books for children, including - Ten Minutes Till Bedtime - and the winner of the 1996 Caldecott Medal, - Officer Buckle - and - Gloria - . - Author: Peggy Rathmann - Illustrator: Peggy Rathmann - Publisher:Puffin - Published Date:05/01/2000 - Format:Paperback - ISBN:0698116496 - #of pages:#N/A -
- Take imaginative play all the way to the jungle with this set of five popular animals—lion, tiger, gorilla, elephant and giraffe. All animals feature detailed painting. Made of durable, non-toxic plastic. - - - Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award (2006) - - Recommended Ages: 2+ years - -
- When Bananas gorilla steals a truckload of bananas, he leads Sergeant Murphy on one of the most exciting chases ever! Follow the trail of banana peels through pages jam-packed with pop-up surprises, pull-tab thrills, and lift-the-flap silliness. Fans of Richard Scarry will love seeing his beloved Busytown characters literally pop off the pages! -
Klondike, FreeCell, Pyramid and dozens of other solitaire favorites as you've never seen them before! Now you can enjoy all the monkey business in full screen mode, on either PowerPC or Intel-based Macs (Universal Binary). This game has it all! A singing gorilla, flaming arrows, wacky jokes, and the best solitaire games on the planet! A true Mac classic - over 20 million games played!
- - Jungle Bulk Bag - - - These themed collections are assembled by popular demand of favorite Safari toobed replicas. All Safari products are phthalate-free and are thoroughly safety-tested to protect your child's health. Safari Ltd. takes pride in providing breathtaking, innovative and value-priced figures for more than 3 generations. This Bulk Bag includes 48 jungle animals, like a giraffe, brown bear, tiger, camel, lion, crocodile, gorilla, hippo, rhino, zebra, panter and elephant. - - - Product Dimensions (inches): 1.5 to 3 (H) - - Age: 3 years and up - -
- Alphabet Zoop teaches children alphabet recognition, association, memory skills. - - Alphabet Zoop isy four card games combined into one set, aimed at helping younger kids master the alphabet in a fun way, with help from the rest of the family. The games included are: Big Big Fish (A Go Fish type game where younger players match letters while older players spell out words with their cards); Go, Go Gorilla (Players race to put their alphabet in order before their competition does); Monkey's Uncle (An Old Maid variant); Mr. Moose's Memory Match (A great memory game for all ages). - - - Recommended Ages: 3 years & up - -
- Fisher Price Deluxe Musical Mobile Gym - - - Your little bundle of joy loves being active. Fisher Price Deluxe Musical Mobile Gym is a great way to keep tots moving. This gym has a large circular mat and 3 arches that are easily accessible by children. They can watch the spinning mobile with dancing lights and lively music, too. With eight removable toys, you can attach different animals for new sights to see or remove the mobile and attach it to a stroller for musical entertainment wherever kids go. - - - Why You�ll Love It: - Gorilla teethers, a soft elephant and 8 movable toys provide kids with lots of activity. - - - Age: - Newborn and up - - - Features - - - Motorized mobile unit overhead with lights and music - - Eight movable toys attachable anywhere and portable - - Three gorillas that can be used as teethers - - Soft elephant gives children a boost for easier tummy-time play - - Toys can be repositioned or removed for play on the go - - - Requires Batteries: - 4 AA - -
Summary: - - Callie is very proud of her brother Charlie. He’s good at so many things -- swimming, playing the piano, running fast. And Charlie has a special way with animals, especially their dog, Harriett. - - But sometimes Charlie gets very quiet. - - His words get locked inside him, and he seems far away. - - Then, when Callie and Charlie start to play, Charlie is back to laughing, holding hands, having fun. - Charlie is like any other boy – and he has autism. - - In this story, told from a sister’s point of view, we meet a family whose oldest son teaches them important lessons about togetherness, hope, tolerance, and love. - - Holly Robinson Peete, bestselling author, actress, and national autism spokesperson, has paired with her daughter, Ryan, to co-author this uplifting book based on their own personal experiences with Holly’s son and Ryan’s brother, RJ, who has autism. - - - About the Author: - - •Ryan Elizabeth Peete, age twelve, wrote this book with her mother Holly to help share awareness about autism with other children who have been touched by it in some way. Ryan travels with her mom speaking to kids about her experiences with her twin brother. She has based the narrative for this story on events that happened in her family. The Peetes live in Beverly Hills, California. Shane W. Evans is the illustrator of many acclaimed books for children, including When Gorilla Goes Walking by Nikki Grimes, Nobody Gonna Turn Me ?Round by Doreen Rappaport, and Fishing Day by Andrea Davis Pinkney. Mr. Evans lives and works in Kansas City, Missouri. - Author: Holly^Peete Robinson Peete - Illustrator:0 - Publisher:Scholastic Press - Published Date:03/01/2010 - Format:Hardcover - ISBN:0545094666 - #of pages:#N/A -
Summary: - I called his name...I settled on a bench...I was amazed...I felt really, really happy...Four people enter a park, and through their eyes we see four different visions. There's the bossy woman, the sad man, the lonely boy and the young girl whose warmth touches those she meets. As the story moves from one voice to another, their perspectives are reflected in the shifting landscape and seasons. This is an intriguing, many-layered, enormously entertaining book that demands to be read again and again. - - About the Author: - - •Anthony Browne traces his interest in art back to his father, a former pub owner and frustrated artist. He attended Leeds College of Art and graduated with a degree in graphic design. Before turning his attention to children's books, he worked as a medical artist, a teacher, and a greeting card designer. Anthony Browne has illustrated more than twenty books for children, including PiggyBook, Zoo, and King Kong, plus five books featuring the enormously popular chimp, Willy. His books have won many awards, including The New York Times Book Review Best Illustrated Children's Book Award, the Kurt Maschler Award, and the Kate Greenaway Medal. In 1998, Anthony Browne was nominated for the prestigious international Hans Christian Andersen Award. He lives in the south of England with his wife and two children. - Self-portrait: - A Walk in the Park was the second book I published, twenty years ago, and while I have always liked the story, I felt that the illustrations look rushed and clumsy. - I've often wished that I could revisit the book. I've also wanted for some time to write a book from the point of view of different characters in a story. I like the idea of showing that the world looks very different from inside someone else's head. At some stage I must have brought these two ideas together, and out of them came Voices in the Park. - The original, A Walk in the Park, is a very simple story of Mrs. Smythe and her son, Charles, who take their dog, Victoria, to the park. At the same time, Mr. Smith and his daughter, Smudge, take their dog, Albert, to the park. The dogs immediately play together and weave their way through the pages of the book. Mrs. Smythe and Charles sit at one end of a bench, Mr. Smith and Smudge sit at the other end, all ignoring one another. As they see the dogs playing happily together, Charles and Smudge gradually edge toward each other and slowly start to play. - They take off their coats and finally dance on the bandstand along with the dogs. Charles picks a flower and gives it to Smudge, and at that moment they are abruptly separated by their parents and taken home. - I divided the new book into four parts, starting with the woman's voice. She speaks to her dog with much more tenderness than to her son. I set this section I the autumn; as they walk home in silence, a trail of leaves is left in their wake. - The second voice is that of the man, and this section is shown in winter. He also is so wrapped up in his own problems that he doesn't really notice what his child is doing. On their way home they pass the same dreary place and figures we had seen earlier, but this time his daughter is chatting merrily to him and lighting up the scene. In the background we see some early signs of spring. - For the third voice we hear and see the boy's world. At the beginning of this section I've used a tight, crosshatched style. Gradually we see spring develop as he meets the girl; the pen line disappears, and the colors become warmer and brighter. - Finally we hear from the girl, and now it seems to be perpetually summer. Her world is bright and lively and imaginative-very bizarre things happen here. - Something wasn't quite right, however. One day I found myself painting over one of the faces, and it turned into a gorilla. I had a mixture of feelings-I didn't want to do another gorilla book, it didn't seem necessary or relevant to the story to make them gorillas. But it worked. I changed the other characters and it worked for them, too. In a peculiar kind of way it made them more real, more human. And it made the whole book funnier. I still haven't worked out why it works, and in a way I don't want to, but it does show that quite often the best decisions I make have more to do with instinct than intellect. - Author:DK Publishing - Illustrator:0 - Publisher:DK CHILDREN - Published Date:12/19/2001 - Format:Paperback - ISBN:078948191X - #of pages:#N/A -
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