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by Karin Sheets   |   October 13   |   0 Comments

There’s nothing like a toy store to bring out the kid in you.  But some are special, once inside you always stay longer than you planned, time passes unnoticed as you find more and more toys that need to be played with.  We are lucky enough to have a magic place like this in our neighborhood.  Teaching Toys and Books is more than a toy store, it’s a creativity-inspiring time machine where you can get lost in your imagination. 


by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   October 6   |   0 Comments
Ever wish you could try a game out before you decide to purchase it? Of course, every parent has been there. It looks great in the box, the store associate has told you all of the wonderful learning benefits to playing the game -- plus assured you how much fun it is. But there is this nagging voice wondering "but will my child love it?"

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   September 22   |   0 Comments
No one knows their community better than a neighborhood toy store owner! We caught up with Debbie School from FUNdamentally Toys to learn about her hometown of Houston, Texas. She dished about where to score the best French food in the city, the best time of year to visit, and how her toy store is a great off-the-radar spots for families visiting the largest city in Texas.

by The American Specialty Toy Retailing Association   |   September 9   |   0 Comments
Hug a Book Week is here! There’s no better excuse to curl up to your favorite book (or entice the kiddos to snuggle with a favorite).

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