Sue Pyatt is the owner of Kinder Haus Toys that she began in 1982 in Arlington, Virginia. Her books Call Me Madame President and President Amanda's Whistle-stop Trip, are about a little girl who dreams of being President of the United States. "Always dreams big", Sue advises kids. She lives with her husband, Everett, in Arlington.
For more information about Sue Pyatt's store, Kinder Haus Toys , visit our website: kinderhaus.com
Sue says: Kinder Haus Toys is an old-fashioned store that stands for service, selection, and style. The array of high quality children's products includes toys, books, hobbies, crafts, clothes, shoes, and sporting goods. The toys are, for the most part, powered by imagination -- not batteries. Many are made out of wood. Many are educational as well as fun. Our store specializes in wood, with such toy lines as Plan, Haba, Melissa and Doug, Nilo, and Thomas the Tank. We also carry great plush lines such as Gund, and doll lines such as Corolle and Madame Alexander. The wonderful and life-like Folkmanis Puppets are not to be missed. Although most toys are made in Asia (and we have many excellent examples), we're making an effort to highlight made-in-the-USA lines such as Lauri Puzzles and Games and Uncle Goose block wagons. We are also highlighting Haba that is, for the most part, made in Germany.
If you are interested in buying or learning more about Sue Pyatt's books, check out her Call Me Madame President and President Amanda's Whistle-stop Trip website: callmemadamepresident.com