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Happy Family - African American

Hape's Modern African American Family includes three generations of one wooden doll family: Grandma and Grandpa, Mum and Dad, Son and Daughter. A perfect family unit for endless play and ideal accessories for your wooden doll's house.2012 marks a new dawning for Educo, nearly 30 years after its conception, as it evolves and re-launches with a fresh new identity as Hape and a new refrain 'Love Play. Learn'. We believe children do not play to learn; children learn because they play. Their toys are created to inspire play, learning and exploration of the world we live in. Hape also believes that the future begins - and belongs - to our children. They feel it is their duty to leave them with infinite possibilities, not unsolvable problems. Hape work to very high standards and consider the environment at every stage in the development of their award winning toys. They use FSC accredited wood, carry out rigorous safety checks on every toy and promote fair and ethical working practices.

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Lots to Cuddle Babies - 20" African American

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Find dolls and plush at Target.com! Lots to cuddle babies - 20" african american

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Sweat Suit Doll - African American Girl

Let children associate more easily with their toys with the Sweat Suit Doll from Children's Factory. These soft, flexible learning aids also help students celebrate diversity. Machine washable.

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Kids Toys - Doll Family of 7 - KidKraft Furniture - 65234

This adorable Doll Family of 7 makes the perfect gift for any young girl who enjoys playing with dollhouses. The family is made up of a Mom, a Dad, a Son, A Daughter, a Baby and two Grandparents. Available in African American Set or Caucasian. Features: 7 Dolls Dolls are Approximately 5" Tall, The Baby is 3" Tall Material: Wood, Fabric and Yarn Age Range: 3+

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25" Policeman Puppet (Black)

This fullbody African American policeman puppet stands 25 inches tall and comes dressed as shown. This puppet wears child size 2T clothes. Simply insert your hand into the slot in the policeman puppet's back to operate the mouth. Also included is one arm rod which can be clipped to either hand for movement .

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CPK 14" Kids Glow Party African American Girl with Dark Brown Hair

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Find dolls and plush at Target.com! Share your favorite childhood toy with your kids by giving them a cabbage patch kid that is unique and different just like them! For 2014, cabbage patch kids introduces new glow in the dark kids! Standing 14 tall

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What Color Is My World?: The Lost History of African-American Inventors

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, basketball legend and the NBA's alltime leading scorer, champions a lineupof little-known African-American inventors in this lively, kid-friendly book.Did you know that James West invented the microphone in your cell phone? That Fred Jones invented the refrigerated truck that makes supermarkets possible? Or that Dr. Percy Julian synthesized cortisone from soy, easing untold people's pain? These are just some of the black inventors and innovators scoring big points in this dynamic look at several unsung heroes who shared a desire to improve people's lives. Offering profiles with fast facts on flaps and framed by a funny contemporary story featuring two feisty twins, here is a nod to the minds behind the gamma electric cell and the ice-cream scoop, improvements to traffic lights, open-heart surgery, and more - inventors whose ingenuity and perseverance against great odds made our world safer, better, and brighter.

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Sweat Suit Doll - African American Boy

Let children associate more easily with their toys with the Sweat Suit Doll from Children's Factory. These soft, flexible learning aids also help students celebrate diversity. Machine washable.

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Baby's First Dolls - Set of 4

Cuddle up to one of The Children's Factory's Baby's First Dolls - Set of Four. Whether giving hugs and kisses or pretending to feed the baby, your children will love how squeezably soft these doll are. This set of four baby dolls includes an African American Baby Boy, an Asian Baby Girl, a Caucasian Baby Girl and a Hispanic Baby Boy. Awarded as one of Dr. Toy's Best 100 Children's Products of 1998, these dolls have soft velour bodies in bright, primary colors. Baby's First Doll from The Children's Factory is machine washable and dryable. Key Features Soft velour body Bright colored clothing Machine washable and dryable Made in the USA GREENGUARD certified Specifications Set of four dolls Each doll's length: 10" Individual doll's weight: 0.19 lbs.

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African-American Santa with Teddy Bears 16"

This charming black Santa by Season's Designs features teddy bears, a long red coat and a hat topped with a bell. Stands on a wooden base.Season's Designs

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Kids Toys - Doll Family of 7 - KidKraft Furniture - 65202

This adorable Doll Family of 7 makes the perfect gift for any young girl who enjoys playing with dollhouses. The family is made up of a Mom, a Dad, a Son, A Daughter, a Baby and two Grandparents. Available in Caucasian or African American Set. Features: 7 Dolls Dolls are Approximately 5" Tall, The Baby is 3" Tall Material: Wood, Fabric and Yarn Age Range: 3+

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Multicultural Puppets - Set of Eight

Educate children about the importance of diversity with Multicultural Puppets from Children's Factory. This set of eight puppets helps students learn to appreciate people of all ethnicities during hands-on activities. Includes a Peruvian boy, Mexican girl, African boy, American girl, Russian boy, Chinese girl, Australian boy and Japanese girl.

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Facing the Lion: Growing Up Maasai on the African Savanna

Joseph Lemasolai Lekuton gives American kids a firsthand look at growing up in Kenya as a member of a tribe of nomads whose livelihood centers on the raising and grazing of cattle. Readers share Lekuton's first encounter with a lion, the epitome of bravery in the warrior tradition. They follow his mischievous antics as a young Maasai cattle herder, coming-of-age initiation, boarding school escapades, soccer success, and journey to America for college. Lekuton's riveting text combines exotic details of nomadic life with the universal experience and emotions of a growing boy.

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The Kwanzaa Coloring Book

The Kwanzaa Coloring Book introduces children to the African-American holiday of Kwanzaa. The coloring book is a rare publication; there are less than a handful of the Kwanzaa coloring books in print. Moreover, it allows African- American children to learn about their heritage and helps children around the world develop an apprreaction for the African culture

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Migration from Africa (Children's True Stories: Migration)

African-American Migration will look at experiences of children through slavery, emancipation, post-War Caribbean migration to the UK, and current migration to USA / Europe from Africa.

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Feast for 10

A counting book that features an African-American family shopping for food, preparing dinner, and sitting down to eat. Lively read-aloud text paired with bright collage illustrations.

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Feast for 10

A counting book that features an African-American family shopping for food, preparing dinner, and sitting down to eat. Lively read-aloud text paired with bright collage illustrations.

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The Jacket

Thief! When Phil sees another kid wearing his brother's jacket, he assumes the jacket was stolen. It turns out he was wrong, and Phil has to ask himself the question: Would he have made the same assumption if the boy wearing the jacket hadn't been African American? And that question leads to others that reveal some unsettling truths about Phil's neighborhood, his family, and even himself.

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I Love My Hair!

This whimsical, evocative story about a girl named Keyana encourages African-American children to feel good about their special hair and be proud of their heritage. A BlackBoard Children's Book of the Year. Full-color illustrations.

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Ruby Bridges Goes to School: My True Story (Scholastic Reader, Level 2)

The extraordinary true story of Ruby Bridges, the first African-American child to integrate a New Orleans school--now with simple text for young readers!In 1960, six-year-old Ruby Bridges walked through an angry crowd and into a school where she changed history.This is the true story of an extraordinary little girl who helped shape our country when she became the first African-American to attend an all-white school in New Orleans. With simple text and historical photographs, this easy reader explores an amazing moment in history and the courage of a young girl who stayed strong in the face of racism.

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