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HAS SPRUNG Five ways to have fun this spring

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Five ways to have fun this spring

Con­cept game, $69.95

A large, green an­i­mal from long ago? Must be a di­nosaur. Wa­ter, cube and cold weather? Has to be an ice cube. In Con­cept, play­ers team up and use their cre­ativ­ity and imag­i­na­tion to solve rid­dles from the vis­ual clues.

Nee­dle and Nail sewing ma­chine, $89

Thread the nee­dle on this beau­ti­fully hand­crafted toy sewing ma­chine and watch as it gen­tly rises and falls when the han­dle is turned. This stun­ning heir­loom toy is per­fect for cap­tur­ing young imag­i­na­tions and en­cour­ag­ing role play.

Terra Kids Beaker Mag­ni­fier, $12.90

The Terra Kids Beaker Mag­ni­fier is per­fect for your lit­tle out­door ex­plorer. This plas­tic jar has a lid with two mag­ni­fy­ing glasses so your child can take a closer look at what­ever he or she finds. En­cour­age ex­plo­ration and cu­rios­ity with this great toy. Comes with a plas­tic spi­der to jump start the fun!

A won­der­ful and quirky story for your young cre­ative. This heart­warm­ing book show­cases a lit­tle in­ven­tor’s cre­ative process, with all its vic­to­ries and dis­ap­point­ments.

Gran­dad’s Wheel­ies

Har­bour Pub­lish­ing House From the much-loved Jack Lasenby comes a story of a boy’s visit to his grand­par­ents dur­ing the hol­i­days. Read and be en­ter­tained as Granny and Gran­dad try to outdo one an­other with a wilder tale than last.

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