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Varuni Sinha

Varuni Sinha is an assistant editor at the Adventure Publishing Group. With an avid interest in visual arts, she enjoys writing and editing for The Licensing Book and The Toy Book, leading trade magazines about toys–the first art forms we encounter as children. With expertise in literature, Varuni launched into writing through her thesis on Indian comic superheroes. Fairytales are another major attraction for her roving mind. Recently at Spoleto USA, Varuni mapped the history of all the variations of the Sleeping Beauty tale ever narrated through time. When she is not writing, Varuni loves to paint with her finger and nails. She has held solo and group exhibitions of her work in New Delhi, Chandigarh and Auroville in India. She has also illustrated a children’s book of Japanese Folktales. Follow her on twitter @varunisinha to keep up with her new adventures as she explores the magical world of toys.

Nurture Babies the Smart Way with Nurture Smart Mobile

Babies constantly learn and develop, from the moment they open their eyes in the morning, to the moment they fall asleep at night (if you are lucky enough to have a child who sleeps through… read more

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Swipe, Dance, and Learn at the Sago Mini Robot Party

Swiping through Sago Mini Robot Party, an app that introduces kids to a cupcake-making wacky robot, instantly sent me down memory lane to school nights spent putting together a cardboard, paint-and-glue robot. I couldn’t help… read more

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Hunt with Strategy in Tally Ho!

What happens when the hunter becomes the hunted? We are about to find out. In Tally Ho!, a fast-paced game from Thames & Kosmos, a party of hunters and lumberjacks vie to eat a party of foxes,… read more

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Feel the Pulse of the Forest in Disney’s The Jungle Book

As a child, watching Wolfgang Reitherman’s 1967 film made me fall in love with Mowgli the man cub, living the life of a wild animal in a deep, dark forest. And now, Jon Favreau’s live-action Disney epic adventure, The… read more

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WowWee Goes Mini with RC Robo Robosapien

Bigger isn’t always better. WowWee is taking its amazing robots and shrinking them down to a new size this year with its new line of RC Robos, and the pint-sized Robosapien is leading the pack. Despite its petite… read more

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Build Up Elsa’s Ice Palace with Disney Frozen Jenga

  Deep down, we’re all super jealous of Elsa’s ice palace, right? Just like Elsa herself, the palace from Disney Frozen is majestic, mighty, and miraculous on the outside, but soft, sensitive, and snug on the inside. One… read more

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Ride into Action with the Air Hogs Batmobile

An epic fight between the world’s strongest superheroes could be a great feat to watch. And for fans eagerly awaiting the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it all boils down to hardcore muscle-ripping… read more

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Dig Up Fun with Diggin’ Doggies

Whenever I see a guilty grin on my dog’s face (you know, that “look at me I am so adorable… but I did something wrong… again”), I know he’s been digging up trouble. He’s surely dug… read more

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Have Fun with Colors and Learn Chinese Along the Way

If preschoolers aren’t running around like crazy, chances are they are (hopefully peacefully!) scribbling away with crayons. We know that coloring is a great creative outlet, but what if it could also help teach them a… read more

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Best of Toy Fair 2016: Big Play That Packs Up to Go

At the 113th North American International Toy Fair, big fun comes in small packages. Your busy summer lives are about to become way easier with companies offering up light, easy-to-carry, foldaway gear for on the go outdoor play.… read more

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