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Toy Box

titles about toys



Juvenile Fiction
Babes In Toyland - James Howe
Oddkins: A Fable for All Ages - Dean R. Koontz
Dracula Is a Pain In the Neck - Elizabeth Levy
Monsters In Cyberspace - Dian Curtis Regan

Picture Books
Ducky - Eve Bunting
Missing: One Stuffed Rabbit - Maryann Cocca-Leffler
The Tub People - Pam Conrad
Tatty-Ratty - Helen Cooper
Plaidypus Lost - Susan Stevens Crummel
Lollopy - Joyce Dunbar
Olivia--and the Missing Toy - Ian Falconer
I Lost My Bear - Jules Feiffer
Beady Bear - Don Freeman
Corduroy - Don Freeman
Laura Charlotte - Kathryn O. Galbraith
A Rhinoceros Wakes Me Up In the Morning - Peter Goodspeed
Traction Man Is Here! - Mini Grey
Aki and the Fox - Akiko Hayashi
Little Rabbit Goes to School - Harry Horse
La La Rose - Satomi Ichikawa
Rocko and Spanky Go To a Party - Kara LaReau
Good Night, Harry - Kim Lewis
Here We Go, Harry - Kim Lewis
Too Big - Claire Masurel
Dahlia - Barbara McClintock
Where Does It Go? - Margaret Miller
Tuff Fluff: The Case of Duckie's Missing Brain - Scott Nash
William, the Vehicle King - Laura P. Newton
A Fire Engine For Ruthie - Lesléa Newman
Tom and Pippo Read a Story - Helen Oxenbury
The Marvelous Toy - Tom Paxton
Yoyo's Toys - Jeannette Rowe
Tub Toys - Terry Miller Shannon & Timothy Warner
Oh, Ducky! A Chocolate Calamity - David Slonim
Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Tale - Mo Willems
The Velveteen Rabbit, or How Toys Become Real - Margery Williams

Nonfiction
The Magic Toyshop - Phil Roxbee Cox & Jenny Tyler
Toying Around with Science: The Physics Behind Toys and Gags - Bob Friedhoffer
The Toys We Play With - Sally Hewitt & Jane Rowe
Old-Time Toys - Bobbie Kalman & David Schimpky
Toys and Games Then and Now - Robin Nelson
Toys! Amazing Stories Behind Some Great Inventions - Don Wulffson

titles last updated July 1, 2006





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