Since 1946, our mission has been to provide children with high-quality toys, gifts and collectibles that encourage wholesome and imaginative play while nurturing an appreciation for education, animals, and the environment. We're proud to make and distribute exceptional brands that help children do this.

There is something special and a little bit magical about each of the products Reeves distributes. Each item Reeves offers extends a child’s imagination with exceptional play value - whether it is the special bond between a girl and her horse, a music box for secret treasures, or the satisfaction of learning basic carpentry skills and building something while sharing time with a parent. Read more about Reeves here...


Enchantmints’ mission is to create imaginative designs that provide joy for children and parents alike. Combining beautiful artwork in lovely washes of color with beloved musical tunes, each piece is an artistic treat for the eyes and ears!...

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Red Toolbox

Red Toolbox is a new, groundbreaking concept in the world of do-it-yourself (DIY), offering parents and kids the opportunity to spend valuable time together, while learning new skills. Red Toolbox offers a set of carpentry tools specifically designed to suit a child's grip, complemented by a selection of original carpentry kits which teach and...

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Reeves Toys

Reeves Toys, a division of Reeves International, is dedicated to fun, innovative toys that help children learn through play!

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For generations, STANLEY® tools have been part of growing up, with parents and children developing a special bond while creating and building together. Our line of high quality STANLEY® Jr. real wood craft kits allow families to build a special project...

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Breyer Animal Creations®

Breyer model horses, which begin as artist’s sculptures, are all handcrafted and hand-painted with airbrushes and paintbrushes. Approximately 20 different artisans handle each individual Breyer model from start to finish – a process, which, over 60 years later, is still done by human hands, not machines. Even today, no two Breyer model horses are ever exactly alike!...

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