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Age: Infants

 

 
2007 Awards
NooBoo Symphonic Stacker
(Manhattan Toy $29.95 Score:) We tested a lot of fabric stackers this year but most were unforgiving—they didn’t move easily on the post. These pleasingly soft patterned, textured, easy-to-grasp rings (they look almost like flowers) are fun to explore—they also activate “magical” sounds when stacked (although they don’t always work 100% of the time). A good parent/child toy. (800) 541-1345.

Age: Infants. Award Year: 2007.

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2007 Awards
Amazing Baby Developmental Blanket Teether
(Kids Preferred $11 Score:) One of our favorite new toys of the year. Not really a blanket, this is about 12" of flat bear with crinkle body. It has chewy teether hands, easy-to-grab rings on its feet, and interesting patterns on its patchwork body. A variety of textures include plush head, satin foot, and velvety velour back. Likely to get a lot of touching moments. (866) 763- 8869.

Age: Infants. Award Year: 2007.

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2007 Awards
Amazing Baby Developmental Duck
(Kids Preferred $12 Score:) For starters, use this as a dangly gazing toy to hang in baby carrier. Pull down and the duck jiggles, press and it squeaks. Older babies will like chomping on duck’s chewy teether “feet” that slide back and forth in its vibrantly patterned body with licks of black and white stripes. Also fun, Developmental Butterfly ($12); lots for eyes and hands to explore on this gaily patterned butterfly with crinkle-sounds wings, squeaky body, and many textures. A good take-along stroller toy. (866) 763-8869.

Age: Infants. Award Year: 2007.

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2008 Award
Musical Babipouce
(Corolle $30 Score:) Babies are often fascinated by dolls that look like real babies. This year's Babipouce goes one step further—pull the top of this doll's hat and it plays "Beautiful Dreamer." Like earlier versions of Babipouce, this one is soft and safe enough for baby to handle with sewn-on velour romper and painted face. No moving eyes or doo-dads. You will need to remove ribbon on the doll's hand.

Age: Infants,Toddlers. Award Year: 2008.

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2008 Award
Royal Jungle Puppets
(Manhattan Toy $12 Score:) These brightly colored 9" animal hand puppets (lion, monkey, and elephant) are just right for tracking games or just hamming it up for your baby. Our favorite is the lion with the brightly colored mane. This lion is also available as a music box, but it has a metal key- which is unfortunate.

Age: Infants,Toddlers. Award Year: 2008.

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2008 Award
Alex Jr. Grab a Little
(Alex $8.99 Score:) Soft ring shaped velour rattles that are easy for baby to grab and explore. They have bright patterns, stitched features, quiet rattle and come as Pinky Pig, Max the Dog, Limon Lion and Freckles Frog. This is a classic soft rattle shape that won’t hurt even with jerky hand movements.

Age: Infants. Award Year: 2008.

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