New to the Ty's Toy Box merchandise stores are Mr Men & Little Miss and Noddy, both licensed through Chorion, plus The World of Eric Carle.
Chop Socky Chooks, the kung fu action Cartoon Network series (licensed through Dentsu Communications) will debut on the site in mid-July, followed in August by two additional stores; one for Raggs, the musical group from the PBS series, and Bernard, the somewhat accident prone bear from Cartoon Network's Boomerang.
"Parents have come to know Ty's Toy Box as the premier destination to find products featuring the characters their children adore," said Ty Simpson, CEO of Ty's Toy Box.
"We're continually adding to the merchandise stores and variety of products that we offer, as customers rely on Ty's to have the widest variety of licensed merchandise, to make it easy to find the products they want, and to offer products that can't be found through other retailers."
Also in development is an official store for American Greetings property Sushi Pack, which is due to go live in mid-July and will include apparel from Ty's print on demand program with personalised t-shirts, sweatshirts and hooded sweatshirts.