Mark the return to school with some treats for you and the kids.
Get in on September’s Bike Race craze by adding a sweet and hip bell to a little one’s trike or bike (top left). This superhero “pow” design was hand-painted by Annie Legroulx of dringdring for Kikkerland. It’s $19 at the gift shop at the Science Museum of Virginia.
Kids of all ages will love “Decomposition” books by Michael Roger (top right). Available in a variety of clever cover designs printed with soy ink, these notebooks are made of 100 percent recycled waste paper. They’re $8 to $10 at Good Foods Grocery.
Satisfy your family’s sweet tooth and become their hero with this lunchbox surprise: delectable treats from New York City’s Treat House bakery (bottom left).
Makers of right-sized, tasty cereal bars, the company offers 14 yummy flavors, from PB&J and cotton candy gummy bear, to caramel sea salt for grownups. The treats are gluten-, nut- and dairy-free. Pick your favorites and mix it up. A 12-pack box is $26.
Start the school year off organized and looking good, too, with these memory boxes ($20) by Emily Ley (bottom right). They’re perfect for keeping school papers neat and storing children’s artwork in style. Find them at By Invitation Only.