A toy store, or toy shop, is a retail business specializing in selling toys.
No longer held to the limitations of a physical outlet, many toy stores now transact business over the Internet in addition to shops on the street. Many department stores also have toy sections.
Among the most widely known toy retailers are Toys "R" Us and FAO Schwarz. The flagship store of Hamleys in London is the world's largest toy shop.
... city in a limousine and visits Duncan's Toy Chest, where he meets the store's philanthropic owner, Mr ... They discuss plans for robbing Duncan's Toy Chest that night, before Kevin flees in the back of a hansom cab ... Kevin arrives at the toy store during Harry and Marv's break in, throws a brick tied with a note to Mr ...
... The Bragassa Toy Store is a historic building located in Lynchburg, Virginia ... and in 1875 to 1876, he built the confectionary and toy store in Italianate style ... The Bragassa store was at the center of a new, expanding commercial section of town during the Reconstruction period ...
... Two weeks later Sarah takes Derek, who hasn't spoken since his father's death, to a toy store owned by the elderly Joe Petto (Mickey Rooney) and his odd son Pino (Brian Bremer) not realizing ... After Derek rejects all the toys Joe shows him (and one called Larry the Larvae that Pino tries to give him) he and his mother leave, prompting Joe to begin angrily yelling at Pino, belittling him and ... Pino bumps into Noah and drops the larvae toy, which Noah picks up and buys along with some other toys ...
... by a Montgomery Wards department store and a ToysЯus toy store ... The toy store relocated to Pinole Vista Shopping Center in the 1990s while the department store went bankrupt company-wide and closed its location ... demolish the entire mall, except the former toy store Mechanics Bank sites ...
Famous quotes containing the words store and/or toy:
“For many are the trees of God that grow
In Paradise, and various, yet unknown
To us; in such abundance lies our choice
As leaves a greater store of fruit untouched,
Still hanging incorruptible, till men
Grow up to their provision, and more hands
Help to disburden Nature of her bearth.”
—John Milton (16081674)
“I did toy with the idea of doing a cook-book.... The recipes were to be the routine ones: how to make dry toast, instant coffee, hearts of lettuce and brownies. But as an added attraction, at no extra charge, my idea was to put a fried egg on the cover. I think a lot of people who hate literature but love fried eggs would buy it if the price was right.”
—Groucho Marx (18951977)