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Suspend reality—and spend the day on your very own island in the sky! Go for a spin, rock for a while, or lie back and dream. No matter how you decide to play the day away, you'll be oh-so-comfy on our cleverly convertible suspended platform. The 5'-diam. Platform features a steel frame, heavy-duty nylon rope, and foam padding. Attach the plump 5'-diam. Cushion for extra comfort when spinning and swaying, and the TeePee Cover for shade and hideaway play. All fabrics are water-resistant polyester and feature UV protection; imported.
The Stand features a powder-coated finish and a spinner attachment at the top, and is really easy to put together (83"H x 8½' square). Maximum weight: 400 lbs. Adult supervision and assembly required.
Meet the chameleon that’s just too cool and colorful to camouflage! Counting Chameleon Wooden Number Puzzle game for toddlers is a rainbow of counting fun that teaches more than what meets the eye.
Learning is easier if its fun. Our goal is to make it fun for all children, not just those with special abilities. Our sensory trail is a set of removable vinyl wall decals that can be put up and taken down with ease. Wall decals are great because you don't need as large of a space to lay them out, and they can be put up in different areas. Watch your child enjoy the playful path as they walk to dinner or up to bed for the evening! Homeschool? Our path is a perfect way to transition between classes! Just peel and stick.
Our mini version is perfect when you don't have that much space, or even to wrap around inside a bedroom!
In Not Even Wrong, Paul Collins melds a memoir of his son's autism with a journey into this realm of permanent outsiders. Examining forgotten geniuses and obscure medical archives, and beginning to see why he himself has spent a lifetime researching talented eccentrics, Collins shows how these stories are relevant and even necessary to shed light on autism.
Paul Collins is the author of Sixpence House and Banvard's Folly: Thirteen Tales of People Who Didn't Change the World. He edits the Collins Library for McSweeney's Books and lives in Portland with his wife and son.
Kristine Barnett’s son Jacob has an IQ higher than Einstein’s, a photographic memory, and he taught himself calculus in two weeks. At nine he started working on an original theory in astrophysics that experts believe may someday put him in line for a Nobel Prize, and at age twelve he became a paid researcher in quantum physics. But the story of Kristine’s journey with Jake is all the more remarkable because his extraordinary mind was almost lost to autism. At age two, when Jake was diagnosed, Kristine was told he might never be able to tie his own shoes.
From the creator of The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore and The Guardians of Childhood comes a grand adventure of valor, friendship, and a look into the mysterious world of favorite toys.
In the secret realm of toys, there are many mysteries.
There is the Code of the Toys, which is as ancient as childhood.
There’s also the magic of becoming a child’s favorite, the highest honor in the Toy World.
Made by hand by Billy’s mother, Ollie is a special toy, “a toy who will matter.” He becomes Billy’s best friend, confidant, pal, and yes, Billy’s “favorite.”
But there are villains in the Toy World, and Zozo, the clown king, is the most feared. He and his toy henchman (the Creeps) have sworn to steal and imprison favorite toys until they forget their children and become forever lost.
A favorite stuffed animal? Your child’s most comfortable coat? A Cubcoat is both! These super snuggly toys unfold into a premium cotton blend hoodie that’s always ready for adventure!