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AerobieOutdoor Active - High performance sports toys including Pro Ring, Super Disc and Dogobie


AeromaxFantasy Play, Active Play - Flying toys including Skyscrapers and the original Toy Parachute. Highest quality boys dress up featuring astronauts, firefighter and armed forces.


AliquantumOutdoor Active – including Djubi Products


B C MiniNovelty Items - Mini pencil sets, Japanese erasers, models and impulse toys


BananagramsGames - Bananagrams, Appletters, Pairs in Pears, Fruitominoes, and Zip It


Be GoodCreative Play - My Little Sandbox and Jawbones building sets


Bead BazaarCraft Activity - Bead kits, tooth fairy boxes and wooden pull toys


BenjaminToy Distributor - Retro toys, tin toys, jewelry and gifts


BigjigsWooden Products - Train sets, figure eight sets, fairy train sets, pink train engine, train tables, doll houses and wooden puzzles (England)


Bink’dJewlery - Temporary tattoo earrings


BolzToddler - Choral tops and train tops


Boogie Boards – Creative Play - LCD writing tablet


Brand 44 – Active Play - Ziplines with and without seats and Slackline


Castle – Fantasy Play - Lissi dolls, strollers, dress up play sets, diecast and novelty


Citiblocs – Wooden plank building sets available in hot, cool, glow in the dark and natural


Continuum Games – Distributor for Blue Orange Games, Asmodee – Timeline Games, Mattel, Out of the Box, Peaceable Kingdom, USAopoly, Winning Moves, Mindware, Pressman and 40+ more


Constructive Eating – Forklift fork, Bulldozer pusher, Front loader spoon and construction plates (USA)


Copernicus – Glux super putty, root beer kit, gyroscopes and owl pellets


Daydream Toy – Doodle Track Car and amazing Sky Trix flying toy


Djeco – Fairy, ballerina, knight castle, elf and princess puzzles in unique shaped boxes.  Art sets with beautiful graphics, games and mobiles.  (France)


Dover – Little Activity Books, Coloring Books and Paper Doll books


EDC/Usborne – Sticker dolly Books, “That’s Not my…” books, Drawing Doodling and Coloring Books. (England)


Everfan – Collegiate capes and masks sets


Franklin Sports – Collegiate uniforms, NHL street hockey set, glow in the dark footballs and basketball, football goal post set, Bocce, Baseball glove and ball set


Galt – Playnest, Infant/Toddler, “Horrible Science”, Magic Puzzles, Mega Marble Run and Trampoline (England)


GeoCentral – Dig kits, science and educational kits, impulse items, folls, gems and geodes


Geospace – Pogo sticks, stilts, pump rockets and jump rockets


Hape – High quality wooden baby, toddler, music, vehicles, puzzles, play food, bead mazes, stoves, and doll furniture. Bamboo toys.  Quadrilla marble runs.  (Germany)


Harrisville Designs – Potholder looms, weaving and knitting (USA)


House of Marbles – Marbles and high quality novelty items (England)


Infantino – Affordable and very good quality plastic and plush infant/toddler toys


John Hansen – Hoberman sphere, Buki, chess sets, anatomy models


Kahootz – Spirograph


Kaskey Kids – Sports action figures for football, baseball, scooer and hockey.  Collegiate sets also available.


Kazam Bikes – Balance Bike with foot rest. (Funded by Mark Cuban on Shark Tank)


Klein – High quality realistic pretend play toys.  Bosch construction, Miele vacuum and beauty case.  (Germany)


Le Toy Van – Doll houses, (doll furniture and people), and wooden pretend play sets (castles, pirate ship, barn, fire station) (England)


M. Ruskin – “Painless” Learning 2 sided activity placemats (USA)


Mamas and Papas – High quality Elephant, Hedgehog, and Ladybird Rocking Animals, tummy time activity toy, Infant/Toddler chime and Activity Toys (England)


Marlon Creations – NSI/Smithsonian science kits, Kumon activity books, Madlibs, Silver Dolphin books, Cardinal games, Halilit musical instruments and Dunecraft


Mellow Militia – Tiki Toss hook and ring game


Michaelson Entertainment – Collegiate board books


Mindware – Q-Ba-Maze marble run, Contraptions wooden plank building sets, Qwirkle, Imaginets and Extreme Dot-to-Dot books. 


Mukikim – Mini flyers – the crazy, flying soccer and smiley face balls


Ogo Sports – Ogo disc and volo darts – fun outdoor toys


Ohio Art – Nano blocks (Japan) and Etch-a-Sketch


Orb Factory – Plush craft, sticky mosaics, Curiosity Kits, and Imaginista craft, pretend play and science kits


Nene – Tesselations puzzles that are foam and magnetic


Neat-Oh – Zip bins/Storage bins that open up into playmats


Paint A Doodle – Predrawn desings on steched canvas.  Includes 12 acrylic paint tubes and 3 brushes.


Papo – Best dinosaurs on the market, knights, fantasy figurines, farm animals and XXX animals. (France)


Pecoware – Jewelry boes and diaries


Peter Pauper – Scratch and Sketch books, Ready Set Draw books, shadow books, and nighlight detective books


Premier Kites – 112 page catalog of just kites!  Every kite imaginable and at real good prices.


Pressman Games – Rummikub, chess and checkers, Mancala, Mastermind, and Elf on the Shelf games


Recent Toys – Brainstring brain puzzles, metal mayhem, bamboozlers and dinosaur construction kits (Belgium)


Rubbabu – Flocked foam vehicles and balls for infants and toddlers (India)


Saturnian – Fun gripper balls, thumb ball, and trap ball.  Collegiate basketballs, flyers and footballs.


Sentosphere – Aquarellum – embossed picture cards to paint (France)


Smartnoggin – Multi-textured, multi-colored light up rattle


Solo Time – watches


Spooner Boards – “Great product and fun for kids to learn balance and coordination.”


Squishable – Cutest, softest, oversized plush on the market


Surf Sifter – Sand scooper with telescopic handle


Tangle – Nightball – the light up football


Tenzi – Bestselling, fast paced and frenzied, dice game


Thames and Kosmos – Chemistry, Electronics, Physics and Crystal Growing sets (Germany)


Water Sports – Stream machine and elaborate water guns


Westminster – Innovative trendy gift and novelty


Yomega – High quality yo-yo’s and kendama


Zany Toys – The “No” button that has a variety of animated ways of saying “no”.  Also available in “Sorry”, “Yes” and “Maybe”.