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Sloane in the City

Sloane in the City

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Designed for children ages two to six, the inaugural book in our “Sloane in the City” series is written in an easy rhyming lilt, and is just the right length for tired parents who want to connect with their little ones before bedtime. In the books, our heroine, Sloane confronts universal problems like shyness before the first day of school, and learning to like new foods, all while exploring New York City (and wearing the most stylish clothes!)

And while of course there is a time when all children will have to confront injustice and prejudice, these books serve as a sweet reminder that no matter what’s dominating our timelines, that special hour before bedtime when our little ones are fresh from the bath and eager to dig into a great story with us… that matters too.


12.6 x 3.94 x 7.09 inches

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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews

This is a good book 10/10 love it!

Sandra Mays
Well Put Together

I receive my order in a timely manner. My G-baby loves the book and doll. I would recommend Magnus company and I will order from this Magnus company again.

Galen Beebe

Sloane in the City


I am so very happy with this item and reviewed it as a set. Thank you.

We love this book!

My daughter is delighted by Sloane in the City. It's relatable and also has truly helped with her own anxiety about daycare drop off. Highly recommend.

  • Mission

    The Magnus Company was built to hold on to the traditions of the past while encouraging our children to build a beautiful future

  • Values

    Committed to honoring Black children and Black culture by ensuring that our children aren’t relegated to sidekicks or mature characters without magic or whimsy.

  • Goal

    Our goal is not to reject the new and the modern, but instead to make the magic last. Seeing themselves full of possibility, fantasy, and dreams is what every child deserves.