NEW YORK — Archetypal styles of toys updated with contemporary sensibility ranging from eco-conscious stuffed animals (Idbids by Idbids, Altanta) to rock collections with Web-based interactive storylines (MiYu Stones by Winscott, Gilford, N.H.) dominated the trends at Toy Fair held here this week. For instance, the booth of Charleroi, Pa.-based Channel Craft was packed with curious buyers handling its array of traditional hand crafted, U.S.-made toys such as wooden tops, puzzles and playing ...
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