For a shopping trip with a conscience visit Time for Children in the Upper West Side, which donates 100% of its profits to The Children’s Aid Society, a charity which has been helping New York’s children and families in need since 1853.
Norman And Jules in Brooklyn focuses on quirky, imaginative toys – no plastic toys here!
Dinosaur Hill based in the East Village, stocks toys with a distinctively retro twist, featuring iconic classics such as Etch A Sketch and Slinkys. Love the marionettes and puppets – so hard to resist.
Toy Space in Brooklyn carries the sort of trendy European toys that you’ll actually want to leave out on display in your living room.
With an emphasis on cool, Babesta in Tribeca offers a range of stylishly illustrated books and cute toys.
I love this Safari Wood Puzzle Play Set – so cute!