The 2009 Toy Fair is at the Jacob Javits Center in Manhattan. The four-day event is to showcase the latest toys in the industry. The Toy Fair is the largest toy trade show in the Western Hemisphere. More than 1,500 manufacturers, distributors, importers and sales agents from 30 countries showcase their toy and entertainment products.
A member of the toy trade sits next to a Lego Man during the opening day.
Burago Lamborghini Diablo Die-Cast Model Car
Girls surround PJ Sparkles after a pajama party celebrating the relaunch of the 20-year-old iconic doll. The updated version is available for $20, the same price it sold for 20 years ago
The Wolverine Electronic Claw has claws that expand and retract into the glove with the flick of a wrist
A savings bank featuring the likeness of President Barack Obama, that says "Change we can Count."
Olga Ousherovitch, left, and Victor Mayorkis with Unitech Toys levitate a shaped piece of foil using a FunFlyStick, a portable Van de Graaff generator that produces a static charge that causes the bagel-shaped form to float
A prototype figurine of President Barack Obama is displayed by Toy Tokyo company
Tiana from the upcoming Disney musical 'The Princess and the Frog' is the first princess is being added to the Disney Princesses line of toys.
A doll of "Twilight" film character Edward Cullen
Jailbreak Toys displays the paint-it-yourself and painted versions of the President Barack Obama action figure
Elmo Tickle Hands, a touch-activated item featuring Sesame Street's Elmo
The Captain Kirk action figure by Diamond Select Toys
A reproduction of the original Barbie Doll
Hasbro Inc.'s Construction Devastator, an action figure that breaks down to become six construction vehicles
Mr. Potato Head gives Mrs. Potato Head flowers outside Hasbro's American International Toy Fair showroom
Berenguer Classic's realistic Sophia and Leonor dolls
Part of the G.I. Joe collection, the Accelerator Suit Duke by Hasbro, Inc.
A teddy bear by Gund