Squirrel Hill Gift Guide- Part 1- For Kids

By Mickey Gast


Squirrel Hill Magazine is happy to give our readers of preview of our FIRST EVER Holiday Issue! Over the next few days, keep checking back to The Burrow for more great content!


Robot TurtlesGames Unlimited


Robot Turtles is THE board game if you want to teach your child how to code. Designed for 2 to 5 players, ages 4 and up, the game needs an adult Turtle Mover to guide Turtle Master into chaining together a string of moves to get their turtle to their jewel. $24.99



2115 Murray Avenue


Kidz & CompanyKidz


Get a super hip outfit from Kidz & Company.

The trendy jeans come in sizes 2 to 9, in a regular fit with an inner elastic waist – $42.50

The quilted jacket is machine washable and has a fleece lining – $59.95

The chunky striped sweater also comes in sizes 2 to 9. It’s a blend of acrylic and angora – $37.95



5815 Forbes Avenue


SW RandallSW Randall


Find a classic tin wind-up toy in the shape of your favorite Star Wars character ($20.95) to go with your Star Wars Lego set (starting at $16.48)




5856 Forbes Avenue




Color Me MineColor me mine


If you prefer the gift of experiences over objects, give your kid a nice memory at Color Me Mine. They offer dozens of educational paint classes that will  inspire kids to explore the corners of their imagination through creative expression. $7 ages 10 and under; $9 ages 11 and up.


5887 Forbes Avenue


Classic LinesClassic Lines


Classic Lines is bringing gorgeous children’s books to Squirrel Hill this holiday season.


Chanukah Lights by Michael J. Rosen and Robert Sabuda ($35.00)


Auntie Claus Home for the Holidays by Elise Primavera ($17.99)


Dear Santa, Love, Rachel Rosenstein by Amanda Peet ($17.99)


Marguerite’s Christmas by India Desjardins and Pascal Blanchet ($19.95)


5825 Forbes Avenue


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