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Michael Amsler

Working on the railroad: Amanda and Coy Hale are sold on Toyworks.

Perfect (Small) World

THE SIMPLE PLEASURES of a youthful mind can be found in the wonders at Toyworks, our readers' pick for Best Toy Store. Extensive selections of Brio, Playmobile, Lego, and other premium kid fare abound--and that's good news for parents seeking an alternative to the death-and-disaster action figure du jour. Toyworks, 103 Plaza, Healdsburg, 433-4743; 6940 Sebastopol Ave., Sebastopol, 829-2003; 2759 Fourth St., Santa Rosa, 526-2099.
G.G.

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From the March 26-April 1, 1998 issue of the Sonoma County Independent.

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