For our final Christmas edition of Shopping the City, we saved the best for last – toys! We had a lot of fun at Lucky’s Toys while researching this list, and we discovered some exceptional items that you definitely won’t see on the shelves of your local big box stores. Here are just a few of our finds.
Yet another generation of children can get to know America’s pioneer sweetheart with this 18” Laura Ingalls doll. The doll features Laura’s signature auburn pigtails and inquisitive expression. A wide variety of accessories are available to invite imaginative play and spark questions about 19th century life including a cooking set that features a fire pit and cauldron, and a tool set which includes a butter churn and wash tub, a covered wagon and more.
Little heroes can let their imaginations run wild with costumes and accessories that pay tribute to the men and women who keep us safe. There are lots of ways to save the day whether they’re fighting pretend fires or thwarting imaginary bad guys. Plus, an assortment of planes, trains, cars, trucks and motorcycles will keep little ones on the move and searching for new adventure.
Lucky’s Toys has lots of kits that will keep their hands busy and their minds working. Mondarri car kits are easy to assemble and let kids build their own unique vehicles piece-by-piece with real suspension and steering. Craft kits include custom headband and jewelry making as well as no-sew decorative pillow designs that let kids create simply and safely.
There really is something for every kid here and maybe even something for a few of the adults on your list, too:
• An array of dinosaur toys and science kits for amateur paleontologists
• Dolls and accessories including clothes, furniture and more
• Cuddly plush animals of all sizes and species
• Marbles and board games
• Science and building kits
• Candy including colorful lollipops, jelly beans and pucker powder