This is not a comprehensive list because I have Thanksgiving cooking to do, but more of a rundown of some gifts my children have loved and that coincide with black Friday deals this year to boot.
What the toy was didn’t matter. What mattered was the process of unwrapping the layers.
The latest earnings reports confirm something’s going wrong: American Girl’s sales declined 12 percent this past quarter, one of its biggest drops in recent years.
A boy character is a good idea, but unless Mattel addresses American Girl’s increasing triviality it will have converted the iconic dolls into just a bigger set of Barbies.
Little girls’ play is full of conflict and imaginary power struggles, and their fantasies are just as complex, intense, and inventive as boys’—but manifestly different.
It’s time for everyone involved in the toy wars to relax.
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