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Pow! Science! makes good on its one-two exclamation-point punch with a vast collection of toys, games, and educational kits for budding paleontologists, potential physicists, and future-mad scientists. Specialty items include the wizard stick ($15.99), which shoots genuine fog at the pull of a trigger, and the electro chemistry wiz experiment set ($17.85, ages 5+), which potentially lets young scientists invent a new type of adhesive that, unlike glue or thumbtacks, isn’t mistaken for food. The smart lab car design studio ($19.89, ages 7+) gives grade-school gearheads a pre-license outlet for their vehicular devotion, and Sea-Monkeys ($16.49) teach kids that life is created by adding dry powder to water.
Shopping has never been more interesting than it is at Shake the Tree. This unique boutique features a little bit of this and a lot of that, from beautifully scented candles and rich hand lotions to a collection of perfume from various designers. Hand-milled soaps and silk scarves stand out for their uniqueness, while wool hats, locally-made jewelry, contemporary dresses and leather wallets and handbags are also available, each set perfectly on a beautiful display inside the sunny shop. Gift ideas include Sriracha cookbooks for home chefs, leather totes for the modern fashionista and even stuffed animals for youngsters. Shake the Tree also hosts monthly cocktail parties featuring some of the designers, with food from area North End restaurants.
Owner, operator, and local artist Marie Corcoran fills Gifted with a bevy of jewelry, pottery, and handbags that she has collected from local craftspeople or made herself. Baby onesies and bibs cover young ones with adorable designs, and her ever-popular collection of handblown glass pieces bedeck walls and mantelpieces with delicate baubles. An ample inventory of thoughtful guy gifts equips gentlemen with watches, ties, and cufflinks tinged with a retro art-deco design and colorful flair. Dog portraits decorate walls with the loyal grin of a black lab or the deeply philosophic gaze of a golden retriever. In addition to her shop, Marie Corcoran helps needy children and families across the world through mission and charity work.
At Scuppers for Kids, colorful displays of boutique-style clothing beg for attention from customers who include babies, toddlers, tweens, and mothers. Onesies and kimonos that are 100% organic give babies a head start in the fashion world while allowing for easier dressing procedures with cleverly designed side openings and envelope necks. Two-piece tutus, Hatley pajamas, and French terry hoodies properly outfit boys and girls to be the stars of any lavish slumber party. While they’re shopping for little ones, moms and moms-to-be can peruse items tailored specifically to their lifestyles, including stylish, semi-fitted Hatley Anchors Away tees made of comfortable Indian cotton or pregnancy journals, where expectant moms can record their memories, emotions, and reasons for not naming their baby after their husband's favorite interstate. Fairy Tales bath and body products—which feature organic oils and nontoxic ingredients—and a collection of plush toys fill out the stock by adding the finer touches to dynamic family living.