Toy Fair coverage continues! Here is another group of my indie picks: some charming ride-on toys and some great "green" products.
I always enjoy seeing Moulin Roty products in the Magic Forest booth (their US distributor) and it is usually filled with soft toys and old fashioned games. This is the first time I recall seeing larger items like these three beautiful ride-on toys. (Ride-on Cow, above.) Contact Magic Forest if you have trouble locating these in a store.
Green Toys still makes their products from recycled milk jugs and they keep adding to their line. Next up (coming in a few weeks) is a collection of mini cars including a police car, ambulance and taxi. The cars have no no metal axles which means there's nothing to rust in the backyard or tub.
Their Build-a-Bouquet set lets little would-be florists stack interchangeable daisies, lilies and petunias.
Continuing their play food line, Green Toys has added a green salad set to the mix. Included is a bowl, plate, serving utensils, vegetables and printed paper to fold into salt, pepper, oil and vinegar containers.
Another green-focused company to put on your radar is Innovative Kids. I wrote about their earth-friendly puzzles before and liked their new colorful packaging. The puzzles are part of the company's Green Start series which also includes books and games.
Still more Toy Fair favorites to come tomorrow!
(Images: Carrie McBride)
MORE TOY FAIR 2012 ON APARTMENT THERAPY:
• Toy Fair Highlights: Part I
• A Toy Snob Visits the Toy Fair (And Awards Fake Prizes)