dr toy 
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  • The Science of Play

    Dr. Toy says nothing is more serious than fooling around.
    • Sep 24, 2008
  • Toys That Teach

    Our top twelve picks for toys that have a purpose.
    • Nov 21, 2012
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Updated on November 22, 2012 at 12:22 PM

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Re: “Mr. Mopps’ Children’s Books & Gifts

Perfect place for toys and books for all ages A great range of classic and new products that cover all interests and abilities. This is a treasure chest for playthings that are well worthwhile. Easy to find and park and browse to locate that special gift for every child (and adult) on your list. A great store.

Posted by dr toy on 11/28/2012 at 9:40 PM

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Re: “Toys That Teach

Want to know your favorite Toy?

What did you play with when you were a kid?

Never too old to find a toy to play with and put on your desk. Will make you smile

Posted by dr toy on 11/22/2012 at 12:19 PM

Re: “The Science of Play

Thanks for writing comments and sending suggestions on more great places for children. Author did not have space for all of the places possible and stores etc. in this article. We support all programs for children in East Bay--all toys donated to Toys for Tots and to Toy Go Round and others. Hope everyone will spend quality time with their kids doing play and creative activities including music, art, reading books and making something new from cardboard boxes for example, visiting local playgrounds. The entire community needs to keep exploring what can be done in this area to enrich the playtime for all children Visit www.drtoy.com
Lets play!
Stevanne Auerbach, PhD/Dr. Toy

Posted by stevanne auerbach on 10/23/2008 at 12:37 PM

Re: “Engaging Women of Color

Important article by talented writer. This is the kind of feature that helps everyone gain a positive slant and gives good solid insights into what people are contributing and doing in many areas, Hope many will be interviewed by the author in the future. Most of all I hope all women regardless of ethnicity will get involved in voting and expressing their views. This is what makes America great after all. All voices heard loud and clear and respected.
Stevanne Auerbach, PhD.
Berkeley CA

Posted by stevanne auerbach on 10/23/2008 at 10:08 AM

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