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Aisles of Society Upon opening the door to Lanes Toyland and making my way past the two main desks I found myself in the midst of cheerful music and elaborate displays of various toys Colorful full of life and enjoyment the toys peered at me from their crowded shelves I began on the first aisle and played my way to the last The first few rows were cluttered with well armed fighter figurinesGI JOE STAR WARS Bat Man etc and progressed to sporting goods Arranged by age groups The middle rows in the toy-store were consumed by games of all kinds Miniature cars and trucks could be seen behind the games along the back wall The last few rows held many dolls and plastic horses across from which a glass case protected the more expensive collector dolls Throughout Lanes many stands were setup between the aisles to display various toys After interviewing a Lanes Toyland employee I was quick to learn that Thomas The Tank Engine and Friends was the most popular best selling line of toys recommended for children 4 years and older Examining the toys through the plastic widows on their cardboard boxes I noticed each were made strong of either die-caste steel hard wood or both The Thomas the Tank Engine costs 1050 and the complete set including 100 pieces costs 315 This old fashion looking train set is similar to train sets built generations earlier It aids in teaching children about basic traffic signs associated with railroads gives them a sense of control and projects the image that hard work pays off by allowing the use of imagination and problem solving skills to construct new tracks I noticed next a display of PlayMobile toys for children 4yrs and older because small parts constitute a choking hazard Unlike the train set this line of toys were separated though not so much as some other toys by sex There were blue
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