2005 Super Summer Toy Spectacular

Stein, Jennifer
June 2005
New York Amsterdam News;6/16/2005, Vol. 96 Issue 25, p24
The article focuses on the importance of new toys for children. Purchasing a new product for a young person for summer play also can stimulate the child's imagination and make it as active as they are at the park. Writing, painting, and drawing are all great ways to have a child use their mind. Themed toys can take a youth into new worlds of wonder. Blocks can help a child express their creativity in a three-dimensional form. Toys can be tools to help kids convey who they are and where they want to go. The article presents information on products that are worth acquiring to help create the most sensational summer of all for children.


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