The Kids' Stuff
collection was created in two color alternatives -- a red tray with a yellow bowl and a lime tray with a blue bowl; the white plate features a little chick's footprints and the glass has the chick posing on the bottom.
With Kids' Stuff
, Cross contributes to a literature dominated by books written for toy collectors and cultural studies pieces about Barbie or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, with such notable exceptions as Margaret Walsh's article on the plush toy industry in this journal (Winter 1992) and Miriam Formanek-Brunell's Made to Play House: Dolls and Commercialization of American Girlhood (1993).
NEXT year's Liverpool International tennis tournament will be kids' stuff
- with organisers inviting 3,000 schoolchildren through the gates to launch the five-day spectacular.
: Lord Coe struggling to organise yesterday's kids' photocall.
Intelligent, imaginative, and well-made, it's miles better than most of the kids' stuff
I've seen in the past three years.
These days kids' stuff
takes in sleek steel bunk beds, funky bean bags and soft lighting.
: James Campbell will be entertaining local youngsters next month at the Swan Theatre
Despite the problematic narrative of declension that frames Cross's study, Kids' Stuff
has much to offer.
lIf the adults need a treat after all that kids' stuff
, crime writers Douglas Skelton, Caro Ramsay, Theresa Talbot and Michael J, Malone will present Carry on Sleuthing, a radio-style comic mystery play at Waterstones, Argyle Street, on Friday at 7pm.
couple always insisted they would not wed Proposal was kids' stuff
. Keep the kids busy indoors if it's wet outside with a host of activity books from dot-todot (our favourite) and stickers to Disney Princess stories.
: William Wragg, three, grins at Jesmond Tumble Tots; left, Adam Peoples with hoops