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Harper Collins Toy Animals

Toy animals help children stretch their imagination and develop important social skills. The options are nearly endless, ranging from stuffed puppies to realistic-looking horse figurines and sets that include many woodland creatures. For babies, avoid stuffed animals that are small or that include accents that can be pulled off and pose a choking hazard.
Harper Collins
$15.49 $20.45 at Ebeanstalk

It's Splat's first day of school and he's worried. What if he doesn't make any new friends? Just in case, Splat decides to bring a...long his pet mouse, Seymour, and hides him in his lunchbox. The teacher, Mrs. Wimpydimple, introduces Splat to the class and he soon starts learning all his important cat lessons. But when Seymour escapes and the cats do what cats do (they chase mice!), Splat's worried again. Maybe now he'll lose all his friends, old and new! Just in time, wise Mrs. Wimpydimple takes charge and teaches everyone an important new lesson. Maybe Cat School is going to be okay after all! - This Splat the Cat Treasure Box includes Splat the Cat Sings Flat - Splat the Cat and the Duck with No Quack - Splat the Cat: Back to School, Splat! - and Color-It-Yourself Poster. Read More

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