Shop for soft cloth books for very young children, coloring books, sticker books, holiday-themed books, even a cook book for those who are slightly older!
Even though this is one product, it is unique enough and special enough to deserve its own subcategory. Nowadays Amish children are for the most part allowed to play with dolls that have faces; but faceless dolls still can be found all over the place. The simplicity of their faces and dress are just the loveliest thing for a child to play with or for an adult to use to decorate.
Remember family time? That's a time the Amish have never forgotten. The ground floor in an Amish household usually has a very large room between kitchen and dining room space; this too encompasses the living room. The family usually gather around one or two lights, and there's plenty of time to read the paper (not on Sundays please), or a favorite book, do a little light sewing, and game playing. Not all games we feature are Amish, but they sure are played by the Amish!
This is one of the best toys every created- and it is low tech! It is called by many names, usually with the first word being "marble." Whether you remember playing with a Marble Roller, a marble flume, or a marble catcher, you'll know what we mean! Toss the marble down the chute, and it just goes and goes. We have these toys available in marbles, tiny cars, or even discs. There's much creativity here, so shop on!
We have a serious wagon store for serious hauling jobs. But our wagon line starts out very small for little ones: the kind that have small chasses and beds, with hard rubber tires for macadam driveways. We feature the smallest here, along with tricycles, and trycicle trailers. All the best for the bambinos!