Gund, the king of plush toys, has been making teddy bears and other soft playthings for more than a century. The company is the leading toy maker in the U.S. (and the oldest), and was founded by German immigrant Adolph Gund in Norwalk, Connecticut, in 1898. Gund began designing teddy bears in the early 1900s, and was one of the first to do so. The result: an award-winning line of huggable products kids go crazy for.
Delight the little one on your list with these stylish clothes, retro-themed toys, and a lot more.
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Madame Beatrice Alexander Behrman is known for her exquisite collector dolls, which are based on everything from literary classics (<i>Alice in Wonderland</i>, <i>Gone with the Wind</i>) to special occasions (graduation, First Communion). Here, she puts her unique spin on Halloween, with a collection that includes witches, trick-or-treaters, batty ballerinas, and more.