The two latest books in Brad Meltzer’s Ordinary People Change the World children’s book series.
A cute chapter book series about the adventures of two young monster friends who solve mysteries together.
An amazing pop-up book that transforms into six fully functional contraptions that you and/or your kids will love putting together and playing with.
This gorgeous coffee table book compiles hundreds of still images from Pixar films — from Toy Story all the way to the upcoming Coco — and organizes them across the color spectrum.
Melt, fill, excavate, and build your own edible, 6″-tall chocolate T-Rex in minutes.
An educational microcomputer that a kid can assemble, which then teaches them STEM and coding concepts via a custom Minecraft adventure.
A charming children’s book that details a single day in the life of seven real kids from different countries around the world.
An upcoming children’s picture book that will share the stories of 13 historic American women who relentlessly pursued their goals in the face of adversity.
These headphones offer parents peace of mind by automatically capping the audio at 85 decibels, the level recommended for kids by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Special editions of Peter Pan, The Jungle Book, and most recently, The Beauty and the Beast, all of which have been lushly illustrated by the designer duo whose work you’ve seen in the Harry Potter films.
Jack Cheng’s upcoming children’s novel tells the story of a space-obsessed boy and his dog taking a journey together toward family, love, hope, and awe.
A whimsical, Pixar-esque robot companion with real personality.
An upcoming cookbook filled with fun and easy recipes inspired by Pokémon characters.
This charming and entertaining book series is a fantastic way to introduce kids to famous historic figures (and some surprisingly deep themes).
20 colorful, interconnected wooden balls that can be easily twisted and turned into a number of shapes. Fun for kids and idle office workers.
A leakproof lunchbox with five different-sized compartments for packing a kid’s lunch and/or snacks.
A crib “hammock” designed to ease an infant’s transition from being in the womb to being in the world.
If to catch them is your real test, and if to train them is your cause, this is the hat for you.