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Slide 0: White Astronaut Boots
White Astronaut Boots
These White Astronaut Boots are just the right stuff to complete your mission. Official looking space boots with NASA logos and patches. Includes a special zipper compartment. Made in China. NOTE: Boots are open soled, and are intended to be worn over shoes.
Slide 1: Child's Astronaut Suit
Child's Astronaut Suit
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Let little ones' imaginations soar with this top-flight step-in space Child's Astronaut Suit with official patches for NASA, the space shuttle, the commander and the American flag. Four zippered front pockets; one non-zip back pocket. NASA hat included. Polyester, exclusive of decoration. Made in China.

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Slide 2: White Astronaut Backpack
White Astronaut Backpack
This realistic White Astronaut Backpack has all the right stuff to complete your junior astronaut's dream mission. This backpack holds all of your space gear. Includes a top and bottom compartment as well as a side pocket. Three way harness system for comfort and realistic look and feel. Made in China.
Slide 3: Space Shuttle Playset
Space Shuttle Playset
Encourage exploration and adventure with this realistic Space Shuttle Playset with openable bay doors. This exciting playset comes with 3 astronauts, an American flag, and a launch pad with removable boosters. Diecast, plastic. Ages 3 and up. Made in China.
Slide 4: Plush Children's Elephant Chair
Plush Children's Elephant Chair
Reminiscent of the Asian elephants residing at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, this super soft Plush Children’s Elephant Chair welcomes little ones with open arms, while adding a touch of whimsy to their bedroom or playroom. The tough-wearing velboa fur covering this Plush Children’s Elephant Chair is soft enough for babies. Made in China.
Slide 5: JN-4 Jenny 1/32-Model
JN-4 Jenny 1/32-Model
Handcrafted in mahogany, this high quality JN-4 Jenny 1/32-Model is a replica of the JN-4 "Jenny" biplane. Arguably North America's most famous World War I aircraft, the plane was built by the Curtiss Aeroplane Company of Hammondsport, New York. Intended as a trainer for WWI pilots, it ultimately became an official U.S. Mail plane. Replica model made in Philippines.