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Reviews from Our Blog Team

Here is the latest batch of reviews from our Blog Team!

My Very First Body Book

One Luckey Wife

Daisy says, "What I like about this book is that it’s colorful and has fun pictures for kids so they are engaged in the learning process." Read more...



La Familia Foundation

Beatriz says, "Honestly, this game looks so simple, yet it is entertaining and different from any other game. Because it truly is a box of Dice." Read more...


Gobblet Gobblers

Roads to Everywhere

Karla says, "Gobblet Gobblers is a fun, and more challenging, spin on the classic tic-tac-toe game... I can’t imagine 2 adults playing it together–though they totally could–but it’s one that an adult could truly enjoy playing with a child." Read more...


Zig Zag Puzzler

Grace in the Mess

Karen says, "Zig Zag Puzzler by Smart games is designed for one player but it is hard not to gather around and watch as each person takes a turn at trying their skill!" Read more...


Fischertechnik Universal 4

Making Everyday Magic

Shanna says, "There are many studies citing the lack of confidence that girls feel themselves and even a lack of confidence in them from their educators. I was so excited to get the opportunity to bring this kit into our home and let my girls get their hands on it." Watch the video...


Laser Chess

Top Toy Finds

MaryAnne says, "Like regular chess, the goal in Laser Chess is to checkmate the king. Unlike chess, you capture the king by hitting it with a laser." Read more...


Color Catch


Betty says, "Color Catch by Smart Games is an award-winning multi-level logic game that will challenge kids to think outside the box. It’s also travel-friendly and comes with a compact, portable travel case." Read more...


Wile E. Coyote Physical Science

Wait 'Til Your Father Gets Home

Meredith says, "Overall, I’d say these books are a fantastic introduction to physical science concepts, perfect for young (and older) minds alike." Read more...


Amazing World War II Stories

Momz in the Know

Heather says, "The graphic novel style really helps the reader grasp and remember the historical content while being completely engaged in the story." Read more...