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.
A little plastic doodad that hooks into a typical 3.5mm stereo-mini jack and splits the audio between three sets of headphones.
Add a little magic to your home or office.
Free downloadable instructions for designer paper figures — based on pop-culture characters — that you print, cut out, and assemble yourself.
A collection of great advice, tips, and hacks for both new parents and parents-to-be.
An inflatable globe that can be colored with included craft markers.
An excellent bike trailer with the kinds of safety/comfort features and attention to detail parents will appreciate.
A fun and challenging project in the form of a solar-powered marble machine you assemble yourself.
Mindscope Twister Tracks are great for kids, and kids at heart.
A humorous children’s story about a bear who’s lost his hat and wants it back.
A desktop star chart that inverts the night sky for immediate and complete reference of the essential heavenly bodies.
A set of wooden building blocks in cool aerospace forms, which connect together magnetically in a wide variety of ways.