NEW YORK, NY – FEBRUARY 09: A Christmas crafts book for kindergarten students, a Valentine’s crafts book and other gifts for parents and their children are shown on a screen during a preview of the “Christmas Crafts” in the New York Stock Exchange March 9, 2016 in New York City.
This is the 10th annual New York State Children’s Holiday Crafts book.
The book, which is available online and at participating retailers nationwide, features over 100 crafts from craft stores, local artisans and artists and holiday gifts, as well as special presents for children of all ages.
The 10-part, one-page book is the culmination of an ongoing collaboration between the book’s author and the New Jersey Department of Children and Families.
This year’s theme is the season of love and joy and features the children’s favorite holiday holiday traditions and gifts.
Photographer: Noah Berger/Bloomberg via Getty Images NEW YORK (Reuters) – Toys and crafts for kids at New York’s kindergartens have sold out at the rate of one every few days in the past month, according to a Reuters analysis of state data.
The online retailer Joyful Gift, which has about 300 stores across the United States, reported the figure on Wednesday.
Joyful has said it expects to sell 1,000 to 1,500 toys and more than 1,300 to 1.5 million craft items for kindergarten through 12th grade this year.
A spokesperson for Joyful said it did not know the source of the reported sales, and that Joyful had been “very diligent in gathering all data on the sale of toys for kindergarten to support the holiday season.”
Joyful said in a statement on Wednesday it “continues to take the issue of toy sales very seriously.”
The company has been working with state officials and retailers to make sure its products are available for sale online and in stores, the company said.
Joyful, based in Manhattan, said the figures did not reflect any sales of toys or other non-craft items, like housewares.
Joyfulness said it is also working to provide supplies to schools to keep children safe.
It also said the number of sales did not include any sales for toys and other noncraft items such as kitchen tools, bath and dishwashers, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shampoo, makeup and other products.
Joy the store also said it would be offering discounts on toys to schools and businesses.
Joy, which sells at a loss, reported its annual sales for the quarter ended Sept. 30 were $6.8 million, up 3.1 percent from a year earlier.