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Easter Gifts for a Hopping Good Time

The Chuggington Three Trainee Easter Gift Pack are specially decorated for the seasonSpring welcomes warmer weather, blooming flowers and, of course, a visit from the Easter bunny. Make the season extra special for little ones with toys and goodies that are sure to brighten their day.

All Aboard

Kiddie conductors will love toys and DVDs featuring their favorite characters from the popular Chuggington preschool television series.

The Three Trainee Easter Gift Pack features the die-cast trio of trainiees Koko, Brewster and Wilson, decorated with Easter eggs ($9.99 at Target, ages 3+).

For the budding train hobbyist, the 25-piece Chuggington Wooden Railway Over & Under Starter Set includes wooden Wilson and Koko engines, a Vee figure, a figure-8 track and a Clock Tower. ($49.99 at toy retailers nationwide, ages 3+).
Ravensburger 3-D Easter-Egg-Shaped Puzzle Ornaments are beautifully crafted with Easter-themed animals
The world of Chuggington comes alive in “Let’s Ride The Rails†and “Chuggers to the Rescue,†featuring fun-filled episodes that teach kids about exploration and responsibly. DVDs available at retail stores nationwide for $16.98 each. Designed for kids ages 2-7.

Egg-Citing Adventure

Wubbzy and friends from the Nick Jr. preschool TV series, “Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!,†celebrate spring with a special DVD, “Wubbzy’s Egg-Cellent Easter.†In this series Wubbzy saves the day when Easter is suddenly cancelled right before the big annual Easter egg hunt.

Think Easter

Skip the sugary treats and give kids some brain candy in the form of beautifully crafted, German-designed Ravensburger 3-D Easter-egg-shaped puzzlChocolate Covered Oreo Easter Eggs are as beautiful as they are deliciouse ornaments with Easter-themed animals like a bunny, chick or lamb. $7.99 each. Available at Amazon.com and specialty stores nationwide.

Peep Peep

Little ones will love to hug Totally KooKoo! from Jay at Play, an adorable, brightly colored plush egg with a baby KooKoo bird surprise inside. $11.99. Available at Toys R Us.

Incredible Edibles

Give Easter baskets extra flair with handcrafted treats that are as scrumptious as they are gorgeous. Every bunny will love these hand-decorated, decoratively wrapped gourmet treats from EdibleGiftsPlus.com.

The Easter Egg Brownie Bites Gift Box ($29.75) is filled with yummy fudgy bite-size brownies topped with colored chocolate confection and colored sugar.

The Chocolate Covered Oreo Easter Eggs ($1.75 each) contain Oreo cookies hand-dipped in chocolate and decorated as an Easter egg.

The family-size Giant Easter Egg Cookie ($31.50) is a two-pounder delicious cookie cake, completely covered in white chocolate and custom accented with colorful flavored trimmings.

The Giant Chocolate Spring Apple ($25.95) is a handcrafted chocolate caramel Fuji apple dipped in gourmet chocolate and covered in spring colored M&M’s. Yum!

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