Welcome to Little Village Toy & Book Shop!
We believe that children learn through play. As parents, we realize that it is an important part of our job to ensure our children are playing with the safest and highest quality toys available.
Our motto is Play…Laugh…Learn- the idea that our children can play with almost anything we have to offer and learn without even realizing it. The selection at Little Village satisfies every age range, skill set, and fun factor. We have everything from classic toys and games to the hottest new award winning items available.
In addition to playing, our community and team believe that reading is at the core of brain development, and local book shops are crucial to sustaining that. Offering our children and ourselves an option away from the screen has been scientifically proven to aid in many areas of health and wellness.
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Here at the Little Village we are always pleased to recognize and support local talent. We are proud to announce we have copies of the newly released Middle High School Voices 2019 book signed by Grace Frink and Solveig Hammon available for sale!
We believe in our community here at the Little Village & are proud to support the Littleton Historical Museum. This is why we ask that you consider donating, either through our May Penny Jar or direct donation, so that we may all continue to enjoy this valuable resource for years to come!
Exquisite Corpse is a cooperative poetry game, played by multiple people, with it’s roots tracing back to the Parisian Surrealist Movement.
Join the indie bookstores of New Hampshire for a statewide scavenger hunt!
While we may not all collect stamps, it’s always fun when an interesting or attractive stamp catches your eye. Poet-themed stamps are a great way to share the importance of poetry and America’s literary heritage with the entire country.
World Book Day, initiated in 1995 by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), is an annual celebration held on April 23rd to highlight the importance of reading and literature. 📖