Timeless Toys: Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them

Toyland, Toyland Little girl and boy land Childhood s joyland Mystic, merry Joyland Once you pass its borders You can ne er return again Actually, here s your chance In Timeless Toys Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them, Tim Walsh provides a fascinating look at our collective toy chest WashingtonpostMore about Timeless ToysThe book Why Didn Toyland, Toyland Little girl and boy land Childhood s joyland Mystic, merry Joyland Once you pass its borders You can ne er return again Actually, here s your chance In Timeless Toys Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them, Tim Walsh provides a fascinating look at our collective toy chest WashingtonpostMore about Timeless ToysThe book Why Didn t I Think of That includes the passage If a toy has magic, when people see it they say, Oooh What is that It appeals to the kid in everybody That same kind of magic captures the kid in everybody when they pick up Timeless Toys Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them.Timeless Toys represents one of the finest documentaries and displays of modern toys ever written Author Tim Walsh, a successful toy inventor himself, reveals a world of commerce, toys, and wonder that is equally fun, fascinating, and nostalgic Readers of every age and background will find it impossible to pick up this book, turn a few pages, and not become spellbound by its insightful stories and the personal memories that the text and 420 brilliantly colored photographs bring forth.Slinky, Lego, Tonka trucks, Monopoly, Big Wheel, Frisbee, Hula Hoop, Super Ball, Scrabble, Barbie, Radio Flyer Wagons All of these and many, many are featured in this fascinating tome, along with the toys histories, insider profiles, and rare interviews with toy industry icons It s simply magic Vote for your favorite toy and be part of VH1 s I Love Toys, a show currently in production, set to air next spring It will be a five hour toyathon on the top 100 toys of all time Click here to vote for your favorite toy of all time
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  • Title: Timeless Toys: Classic Toys and the Playmakers Who Created Them
  • Author: Tim Walsh
  • ISBN: 9780740755712
  • Page: 416
  • Format: Hardcover
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    • Brett said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      Timeless Toys provides the story behind the greatest games and toys of the 20th century. Two things make this a great book. First, the stories are fascinating and told well by Walsh. Second, the aesthetic appeal (pictures, layout, formatting, etc.) of the book is excellent.

    • Daniel said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      This is a fantastic book full of information, photos, and nostalgia.Without touching on any toys/games that were developed 'in-house' by toy companies, this well-researched, coffee-table styled book manages to report on most of the major toys developed over the past century. It somehow managed to be incredibly inclusive and I never felt as though I wasn't getting the full story. Certainly, having just read both the historys of Parker Brothers and the development of Monopoly, I knew there was mor [...]

    • Melissa said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      I love the bits and pieces that make up culture and history and so this book was right up my alley. The author Tim Walsh skillfully combines memory (his), nostalgia, and fact to write appealing short bios of popular American toys. His stated criteria for choosing the toys is The toys had to have sold at least ten million copies.The toy had to have been on the market for at least ten years.The toy had to have been invented by an outsider to the toy industry.The inventor had to be identifiable thu [...]

    • Les Wolf said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      Timeless Toys is a stimulating and rewarding romp through the world of playthings. Tim Walsh explores the origins of each toy - the who, how, what, when and where from a time-line beginning with 1900! A little long-winded at times but well worth the reading. Many eureka moments and even more fond memories.

    • NancyPrice said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      A fascinating collection of the stories behind many of the iconic toys of the 20th century. While not all my favorites were included, there were enough to spark my own childhood memories! I chose to read this book at a leisurely pace, achieving my goal of experiencing hours of enjoyment in the process.

    • Sally said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      The origin, history and inventors of lots of classic toys. The one I found most interesting was Monopoly. The woman who developed that game meant it to be cooperative and illustrative of the evils of monopolies. It was altered by some folks who loved the game but wanted to be cut-throat and competitive, and that's the version that made it big. I guess nice games finish last, too.

    • Mindy said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      This is a fun, history of toys book. Learn about how playdoh started out as a wallpaper paste. Chad could be glued to it for hours. I just like to hear fun tidbits. It's a good one to have on your coffee table.

    • Qisthas Noeman said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      someday I will b in this book. hahahhaha. AMIN

    • Sue Mosher said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      Wonderful collection of photos and histories of all our favourite toys. Impressive. It is extremely heavy! Best to look at it at a table. :-)

    • Muff said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      Fun trip down memory lane.

    • Pat Murphy said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      A book with the old toys you played with as a child. Lots of fun to learn from this book.

    • Craig said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      This is a really fun book that allows for reminiscing about old toys.

    • Jennifer Daniel said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      I am still upset about not getting the Big Wheel, Christmas 1976, but a lot of fun to look at. Loads of interesting trivia about the creators of some childhood classics.

    • SouthWestZippy said:
      Jul 17, 2018 - 16:56 PM

      Very interesting. Brings back a lot of memories.

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