All Places in ‘Children’s Toys and Clothing’

  • Henry Bear’s Park

    Our name, Henry Bear’s Park, comes from a children’s book by David McPhail, published in March of 1976, the same month that our first store opened on Huron Ave in Cambridge. Since then, Henry Bear has become a favorite “go to” spot for Boston area families. With tremendous support from read more

  • Joie de Vivre

    Joie de Vivre opened its door in 1984. Through that door lies a world of delightful items — clever, beautiful and original, as well as just plain wacky! We carry gifts for all ages and interests. Our stock includes wind-up toys, kaleidoscopes, jewelry, flashing rings, clocks, snowglobes, music boxes, books, read more

  • MireliBooks

    Community Card Deal:

    25% in all of our products at MireliBooks.com with code: CLF-MEMBERS (excludes items produced or purchased through Amazon or CreateSpace)

    MireliBooks is a developer of products that foster learning and creativity. We make coloring books and boards, and we hold events to inspire creativity and relaxation.   We are a mother-daughter team. The name Mireli also acknowledges the two contributors: the illustrator/mom and creative editor/daughter.   Mireli/mom is an illustrator, read more

  • The Curious George Store

    This may come as a surprise to some, but my wife, Jamie, and I did not initially seek to become caretakers to the most inquisitive monkey in the world. Our story is far more circuitous. Jamie is an artist, child therapist, and a mother of three young children – Aiden, read more