Toy Library

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small green dinosaur with an open mouth

Has been adapted to have weigh 0.46 lbs

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Happy Papa Motion Train
  • QUADRUPLE EFFECTS FOR GREATER FUN: Treat your train-obsessed toddler to a steam locomotive toy that packs more features for hours of fun! This cute train toy blows bubbles, lights up, plays music and sound effects, and moves around to the delight of your little one.
  • AWESOME BUMP ‘N’ GO ACTION: This steam toy train for kids is one relentless chugger. The kids will love how it… Read More
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A Moose brushing his teeth

hardcover book that has been adapted with page bumpers

"Have YOU ever seen a Moose brushing his teeth?  You will knee slap and toe-tap in true disbelief!  It's a sight like no other, so it's been said, three times a day and then right before bed!"  The silly Moose antics continue in this sequel to Have You Ever Seen A Moose Taking A Bath?  The delightful rhyming lyrics are accompanied… Read More

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Hippo Bubble Machine
  • Get Over 500+ Bubbles Per Minute: Equipped with 8 auto-rotating bubble wands and a powerful motor, this bubble machine can easily create over 500 bubbles in the air per minute. Auto bubble blower for long-lasting output of bubbles.
  • Great bubble machine for kids and toddlers aged 3 years and up to make bunches of colorful bubble streams while taking indoor or outdoor activities… Read More
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Hobo Holiday: Tales from Schroon Lake

Work, work, work! A beaver's life leaves little time for fun, and Bucky Beaver wants out of the work crew! After watching the hoboes whom Bucky and his friend Razzy Raccoon spy in the wood, Bucky decides that the hobo life would be grand- no cutting down trees, no building lodges, just lounging around a warm campfire and dreaming away the time. But Bucky soon finds out that life without work… Read More

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How Ben Franklin Stole the Lightning

Wonderfully inventive art evokes the ebullient spirit of an American original, the great Ben Franklin. Told with narrative flair, this focuses on his famous lightning experiments. In an inventive way, Rosalyn Schanzer brings us a brilliant and ever-curious American original.

  • Recommended for ages 6-8
  • 40 pages
  • Hardcover
  • Adapted with bumpers that… Read More
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How Did God Make Me? : The Miracle of Birth

Children love to know that they are special, and nothing instills a sense of uniqueness like the knowledge that they were known and loved before birth. Help your child develop feelings of understanding and closeness with the God who is intimately involved in our lives -- even before we are born!

  • Recommended for ages 2-4
  • 32 pages
  • Hardcover
  • Adapted with… Read More
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How to Babysit an Orangutan
  • Describes how baby orangutans whose mothers have died are nurtured by human babysitters at Camp Leakey in the rain forests of Borneo, until they are ready to live in the wild. 

  • Recommended for ages 4-9 

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Howard Huge Comes to Stay
  • Jason and Jennifer find a huge puppy and try to hide him from their parents. 

  • Recommended for ages 5-6 

  • 31 pages 

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I Miss You, Father Bear
  • Little Bear decides to stay up all night and watch the sunrise--just like Father Bear does when he is fishing--but Mother Bear does not think that is such a good idea. 

  • Recommended for ages 2-4 

  • 28 pages 

  • Hardcover 

  • Adapted with colored and numbered popsicle stick page extenders 

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