Credit: Amazon Parents who wish they could expand their Dr. Seuss libraries will be thrilled to know seven rarely seen books the famous children's author penned in the 1950s are about to hit bookshelves, the Guardian in London reports....The stories were published in magazines in the early 1950s.
Sure, this year's Toy Fair was all about baby vampires, dancing robots, and giant flying fish. But it was also about playthings that –- through either sneaky or overt means –- could build up your kid's brainpower. Here are the top toys ...Here are the top toys we found for giving your kids a mental workout.
I was loving the Royal Mail's Animal Tales stamp series so much, I joked that I wanted to move to London. Well, thanks to Suburban Misfit for pointing out that I only have to move my behind to my nearest post office. Sadly, though, no Paddington Be...
Oh no. Oh dear. Not that again! From Dr. Seuss' wicked pen! No Cat in the Hat, no Horton, no Who - Just 63 pages of fish who are blue, Of Gacks and of Gumps, Of Yings and of Mikes, Of creatures so frightening My son is all like, "Daddy, pl...
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