Last year I wrote about my enchantment with the children’s series Busytown Mysteries, and how much my son loved the Busytown Town Hall Deluxe Playset we were sent for review.
I’m excited now to share some new Busytown toys available at Toys ‘R Us, and bring you a fun giveaway for Easter.
Richard Scarry’s Busytown Toys – Great Easter Basket stuffers.
Check Them Out at Toys”R”Us!
Welcome to Richard Scarry’s Busytown! It’s the liveliest, funniest, busiest town around! Based on Richard Scarry’s classic books enjoyed by generations of families, children would love to be surprised by an Easter basket filled with a Richard Scarry’s Busytown vehicle pack, figure pack or mini plush. These vehicle and figure packs are compatible with most wooden railway track play systems. A comprehensive Richard Scarry’s Busytown play system is available, too, so kids can collect them all or build a Busytown all their own! These toys are available at Toys”R”Us stores nationwide or online at ToysRUs.com. Ages 3+
GIVEAWAY: Two (2) readers will win an Easter basket with a surprise collection of 3 products from Richard Scarry’s Busytown, one from each of the categories: small vehicle pack, 2-pack figures, and mini plush. PLUS a $25 Toys ‘R Us gift card!
We were sent one from each of these collections to add to our Busytown Town Hall Deluxe Playset, and my son loves them. They add to the imaginative fun he has building and rearranging his track set and bringing the Busytown characters to life. Here’s a wonderful, brief introduction to these new toys, done by the folks from Time To Play:
To enter to win, please answer in a comment to this post: what do you typically put in your child’s Easter basket? US entries only, please. All entries due by 11:59pm Central time, Thursday April 5.
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*Disclosure: Prizing and review samples courtesy of Cookie Jar Entertainment. No compensation was received for this post. All opinions expressed are honest and my own.