Sega game and a 1990s animated series The Busy World of Richard Scarry. But here are some more recent ways your kids can enjoy Busytown beyond the books: • Plush characters of Busytown characters and plastic figurines, silly cars and playsets are for sale at Toys R Us and FAO Schwarz. • Busytown apparel, bags, pillows, toy caddies and more are sold online at Ty's Toy Box, many of which can be customized with your child's name. • Night & Day Studios has a knack for smart licensing for many of their apps (like Ed Emberley and Charley Harper) and has recently released Richard Scarry's Busytown app for iPad, iPhone and (soon) Android. • Quilting Treasures recently released the Busytown on the Move fabric collection which includes a quilt panel and fabric yardage. Look for it in fabric shops including Fat Quarter Shop. • Wonder Forge has licensed Scarry for several games including Eye Found It and Busy, Busy Airport as well as matching cards and more. • There are other miscellaneous products that we came across including a wall calendar, puzzle and sticker and activity book. • A Busytime live stage show by Koba Entertainment is beginning soon. So far tour dates in Canada beginning February 2012 have been announced. • A second animated series, "Busytown Mysteries", has been running in Canada and many other countries for a few years. In the U.S. it airs on CBS and is available through Netflix.