Not just for kids: Toymakers aim more products at grown-ups

JAMIE CYGIELMAN, general manager and president at American Girl, poses behind a showcase of dolls on Dec. 2 in New York. Cygielman said she first discovered interest from adults for toys of their own after the launch of the 17th historical doll Courtney Moore in late 2020. (AP PHOTO/BEBETO MATTHEWS)
NEW YORK (AP) – Since the pandemic, Elizabeth Hulanick has turned to toys from her childhood to relieve stress. She and her co-workers chip in to buy Legos at Target and play at their desks. She also started playing with Silly Putty again, noting she felt comforted by the bouncy rubbery stuff that changes colors.…

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