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.
Toys, PJs, and books they'll love, starring Minnie Mouse, Barbie, Iron Man, and more.
Do you have big gift dreams, but a small gift budget? Don't fear: These options, all under $50, are excellent presents for a range of people and occasions.
Gone are the days when decorating a kid’s room meant slapping up some Mickey Mouse wallpaper and calling it a day (not that we don’t love Mickey). Today, the opportunities to create a stylish and unique kid’s room are endless — and we’ve rounded up some of our favorite products to get you started. The prices = unbelievable!
Today, our Toy Shop includes a special guest star: Teddy for 2. We're featuring this super-cute bear for the first time — when you buy one, a bear is donated to a child in a hospital. We L-O-V-E this concept! Click <a href='http://www.gilt.com/blog/kids/2013/02/17/teddy-for-2-bears-for-a-cause/'>here</a> for our interview with founder Sharon Bush and her daughter, Lauren Bush Lauren. Also on sale here: pedal cars, easels, and more.