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The July issue of ToyNews is available to read on your computeror iPad – right now.

In this month’s feature pages we quiz LeapFrog’s marketing director Robert Dekker about the new LeapPad2 and LeapsterGS platforms.

Vivid talks about its hugely successful Moshi Monsters lines and tells us what else is in store for 2012, while we also catch up with The In Thing Managing Director Paul Jackson.

Hamleys tells ToyNews what makes the redesign of its Regent Street Store a ‘world class’ job in our Retail Only section, where we also write about Hero Product the Lego Ninjago Epic Dragon Battle. This month Mystery Shopper paid a visit to High Wycombe and Marlow in Bucks.

Don't miss our extra special roundtable held at this year’s Toymaster, where a panel of straight-talking independent toy retailers tackled some of the hottest topics in the industry today.

Find out if 3D printing is a threat to the toy industry in a special two page feature and read how social media can be a powerful tool for driving customers into independent shops.

In our regular sector guides section, we take a look at the latest products in the Creative Play, Electronic Learning and Dress Up categories. There's also a focus on Trading Card Games.

Read all this, and more, in the digital and iPad edition’s of ToyNews - sponsored by Jumbo’s iPieces.

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