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With so many toys and video games geared towards violence and inappropriate content, kids these days are missing out on games that can teach children fundamentally important lessons that can build math and vocabulary skills among many others. has such a selection of games and toys. Also recently the site has added a new blog to its growing list of features.

I'm very interested in getting comments from people. It helps to keep the site moving in a positive direction.

When Barbara Mills and Louis Sippley decided to start their own business, they went with something close to their hearts. Mills, a retired teacher, and Sippley, with seven grandchildren, decided to gear their up-and-coming business towards educational toys for children of all ages.

Simply by entering into an address field, one can get a sense of Mills and Sippley's commitment to making sure that kids across the board are able to utilize the synergy of education and entertainment. And even though it has only been since July 2008, the site already boasts an impressive catalog of items (with recognizable brands like Leap Frog and Learning Journey) and there's no sign of the site slowing down.

"We're looking to expand with some new education-learning products, as well as some arts-and-crafts supplies," explained Mills. "We're hoping to add some more award-winning toys." She added, "We're constantly trying to upgrade."

With as many toys and items that are available on, Mills and Sippley often have store specials and closeout sales for several of their products, which rings particularly true as their catalog grows.

Another notable addition to their business is the brand new blog they've recently launched, "I'm mostly interested in posting information that the public - parents, educators, and other consumers - would want to know about. This would include topics such as the best ways to buy toys on the internet, which toys have won awards and news about toys," said Mills. "I'm very interested in getting comments from people. It helps to keep the site moving in a positive direction."

At the end of the day, however, Mills and Sippley simply want to be able to give kids a chance to have fun and learn at the same time and they're finding that their biggest allies in this are the kids' primary caretakers.

Mills explained, "We encourage comments from parents, grandparents and day-care workers. We see them as experts who know kids well. Their advice could be invaluable as others make choices when purchasing appropriate toys online."

About the Company: is a part of L&B Marketing, which is owned and operated by Barbara Mills and Louis Sippley.

Contact Information:

Barbara Mills
(506) 622-2902

iePlexus, Inc.


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