Each one has a different function: turn left, turn right, make a funny sound.
Depending on what order you plug Think & Learn together, it moves differently.
The results should have parents and consumers taking notice.
Authors Gillian Zaharias Miller, Ph D of the Ecology Center and Zoe E. Ambrose University explain that one of the main purposes for this study was that heavy metals were completely unregulated in toys and other goods until recently.
Separate add-on packs of modules will be sold separately for a pop, three to a set. Soon he became a staff artist for the The multiplicity of magazines and the increasing use of illustrations in books in the late nineteenth and early 20th centuries opened a field for the young artist that brought rich rewards in fame as well as in more material ways.With the invention of the half-tone and the line etching process a way was opened for the greatest freedom in technique, and as soon as it became possible by means of a series of plates to reproduce drawings in color, there was no longer any reason why the artist could not do his work in any medium he preferred.They were the first urban Little People, first Little People modeled on real people, and only toys to date that include figures of humans from the show. Throughout the 1980s there was growing pressure for a larger version of the Little People by consumer groups concerned with choking.Certainly the release of a book titled "Toys That Kill" in 1986, which featured Little People not only in the book but on the cover, meant that Fisher-Price was headed for a redesign of their little plastic family. In 1991 Fisher-Price released what is now referred to as "Chunky" Little People. However their larger size made them seem baby-ish and sales declined. 1997 saw another redesign of Little People, they were now made of molded plastic and had great detail in their hair, clothes and facial expressions.