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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.

Best of Toy Fair: Cool Collectibles That Are Actually Useful

While Batman and Superman are always ready to save the world from one big baddie or another, new evidence suggests that crime may be on the decline. Instead, our trusted heroes are turning their focus… read more

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Bubbles Have Never Tasted So Sweet… Until Now

Few things are more captivating than bubbles. No matter what part of the world they are from, or what century they were born in, all kids lose their self-control when they see these magical orbs of fun… read more

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Become a Yoga Guru with Yoga Spinner

Just like its name suggests, Yoga Spinner, from ThinkFun, helps spin kids into 54 yoga poses, training them to become flexible, focused, and firm in both body and mind. Designed for kids ages 5 and up, the game… read more

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Kids Will Love to Sing and Play with Talking ABC

Songs have a way of entertaining kids and grabbing their attention instantly. No wonder singing nursery rhymes, math tables, and letters proves to be a great way to teach kids, while entertaining them at the same time.… read more

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Explore Outdoor Play with the Peppa Pig: Seasons—Autumn and Winter

Preschoolers learn through exploring, and nature provides them the perfect backdrop for adventure. The Peppa Pig: Seasons – Autumn and Winter app from Entertainment One (eOne) taps kids’ innate curiosity by allowing them to explore the… read more

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Relive The Good Dinosaur Excitement with Galloping Butch

Kids have a soft spot for one of the fiercest groups of creatures that ever walked the planet—dinosaurs. Whether it’s their gigantic size, their ear-splitting roars, or even cooler skeletons, dino love is here to stay.… read more

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Doodle and Decorate with Madame Alexander’s Pixie Doodles

Typically, dolls allow kids to engage in some role-play fun and imaginative play. But Madame Alexander is bringing a new level of creativity into doll play, thanks to a partnership with Crayola. Cue Pixie Doodles Fairies, a design-your-own doll set that lets kids… read more

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Spread Christmas Cheer with Caillou’s Holiday Movie

Christmas is the time of the year when despite the cold weather, we feel warm and cheerful thanks to the love of our family and friends. And there’s no better way to spread the Christmas… read more

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The Sago Mini App Launches a Tiny Superhero with a Big Heart

This Thanksgiving kids have much to be grateful about with Sago Sago Inc.’s  new app Sago Mini for preschoolers that stars Jack the Rabbit as a superhero, a tiny hero with a big heart. With superheroes popping up… read more

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Panda Head: The Card Game in Which You Lose to Win!

Do you have twenty minutes to spare? Do you want to play a simple game where you have to lose points to win? And while you are it, have goofy looking pandas in costume entertain… read more

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