Little People toys, toys for little people, toys to the whole family, toys in every room.
For the first time in history, little people are taking over the toy market.
The industry’s biggest companies have launched an all-out war on little people.
It’s a war that’s led to the toy-buying spree that has seen big brands launch massive price wars with little people at the top of the pile, as they have been since the early 1980s.
The biggest names are now launching massive price war on Little People, while others have moved in the opposite direction.
Some companies have gone as far as to say that Little People is the new Walmart.
“Little people have been neglected in the retailing world for a long time, and I think this is their moment,” says Matt LeBlanc, co-founder of Little People.
“They’re the ones who need to do something to make it happen.”
It has become one of the biggest toys wars in recent memory.
Little People toys are often used to bring the family together in small, adorable ways.
They are made with high-quality, natural materials and come with a range of toys that include animals, baby dolls, and plushies.
The company’s products are designed to be playful and have a touch of whimsy.
It has an app for kids, and its products have been featured on MTV, Buzzfeed, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
The toys have also been seen on the cover of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
“It’s not about the toy itself, but it’s about the person it connects with, and we wanted to help those connect with the toys we made,” says Little People co-founders, Laura and David Schuster.
The Schusters’ business model is that, rather than sell a lot of toys, they take them to other toy makers, who then sell them for a fraction of the cost.
That means it’s cheaper for companies to sell to Little People than to other toys companies.
But the Schusters have come under attack from some of the big toy companies who say Little People doesn’t have the same social reach as other brands.
In January, the makers of Tickle Me Elmo, a baby doll that came out in 2015, launched a boycott of Little Person toys.
They said the dolls were not designed for children, and that the company didn’t do enough to build a social connection with Little People in the toy world.
Little People denied the boycott claim.
In August, Little People said it had been forced to cancel plans to release another doll, the Little Mermaid, which was due to be released in 2019.
“It is very disappointing to see Little People products pulled from the market, particularly in a crowded market,” the Schuster said in a statement.
“We are working hard to find new ways to bring our products to market.”
The Schuster’s biggest competitor, the toy company Babies R Us, has launched an ad campaign to raise awareness about Little People’s plight.
It has also been forced into a price war with Little people, which it said was hurting its bottom line.
Babies and toddlers are often the most expensive brands in the industry, so when they are pulled from shelves, it can be a devastating blow.
“We have a real opportunity here, but this is going to be a struggle,” Babies spokeswoman Erin Schulz said in an interview with The New Yorker.
“It’s the toy war, but what the toys do, and the brand is really at the heart of it.”
Babies R Us also said in its statement that it was looking to expand into other categories, but Little People dolls are already in their top 10 most popular categories.
The Little People toy war has also put Little People into the spotlight of the debate over online safety.
In May, the company was sued by the American Academy of Pediatrics over the safety of its toys.
The suit, which also named Big Toys, is still ongoing.
Last year, Little Children said that it had received a total of nearly 100,000 reports of child abuse from its toys and its website.
In February, the New York Civil Liberties Union sued Big Toys for $10 million, alleging that it violated its anti-discrimination policy and anti-harassment policy by failing to stop abusive behavior by Little People members.
This time, the Schutters and the Schusters said that they were hoping to get a court to throw out the case.
“I am looking forward to a fair, impartial, and thorough investigation by the courts to determine if we have any merit in the complaint,” the lawsuit said.
The Schustes are now suing the toy companies that have dropped Little People as a toy, arguing that they’re wrong to cut them off.
But they have already lost a court case in which they were unsuccessful in