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Hotztiger Building Castle

Handcrafted in Germany, this solid-wood castle building set is truly an heirloom toy. Sixty-three pieces include a working drawbridge, arched doorways, castle walls, wall connectors, tower platforms and eight sturdy wooden flags. Pieces can be rearranged to build any number of creative castle structures. Occupy your castle with play figures for even more fun! Age 3+.



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Brio Train Set

Founded in Sweden in 1884, Brio makes the highest quality wooden toys that have delighted children and created happy memories for generations. Both educational and fun, Brio's uncompromising focus on design, quality and craftsmanship create toys of lasting value that stimulate creativity and imagination. Engaging play and learning are integral themes in all Brio toys, satisfying a child's educational needs and growing with them through their various phases of development. Connect one train to the other with this exciting Brio wooden railway, it's double the fun!

Train like a Ninja with the patented b4Adventure NinjaLine 30' Intro Kit with seven hanging obstacles. This kit allows the versatility of moving the obstacles further apart as your skills improve as well as includes obstacles that vary in skill level. Easy to install and take down means that you can take your training with you!

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Myland Play House

The MYLAND house is a play house system of interactive rooms with special, magical powers that create a unique, intuitive play environment. The seamless integration of technology and play allow each room to come alive when the included character is placed in special locations. In the kitchen, standing by the stove causes the stove burners to light and glow. Sit at the table and the table lamp lights up. Each room is modular to work with one another and can be stacked and rearranged and reconfigured. The character is the key, it turns the toy on and off so there’s …Read More »