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Little People School Bus (Fisher-Price)


This yellow bus has been transporting Little People to school for more than 40 years. Do you recall how satisfyingly well the passengers fit into their seats, and how realistically the door to the bus opened? This little bus now has flashing lights for some added stimulation, and the Little People are a bit bigger these days (to meet choking prevention guidelines). They come in dozens of colors, styles, and settings – enough to keep your little person busy until he or she is big.

Ages 2-5 years

Buy Fisher Price Little People Lil' Movers School Bus on Amazon

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