Check with your local library. This library (close to me) has a toy library.http://main.vassarlib.org/index.php?...d=12&Itemid=26
"The purpose of the Toy Library is to provide access for children, as well as their parents and care-givers, to materials that will aid in the social, mental, and physical development, as well as the development of necessary pre-reading skills.
The Toy Library is a collection of toys for children ages 3 to 10 years old. The collection includes games, construction toys, puppets, trucks and playsets. The Toys may be checked out from the Library, similar to books and other Library materials.
Toys in the Toy Library have been selected for the enlightment, educational, cultural, and physical development of children. Selection is based on professional and commercial evaluations of the item. Safety, quality of construction, durability of materials, educational value, enhancement of small or gross motor control, eye-hand coordination, and stimulation of the imagination are priorities in selection. Toys are selected from a picture catalog available at the Library. All items in the catalog are available for check-out. Toys are checked out for two-week periods, similar to books. Toy circulation is limited to adults, those 18 years of age, or older. A limit of two toys per card-holder can be checked-out. Toys may also be renewed for another two-week loan period. Overdue fines will be the same as for books-5 cents per day.
Upon return, toys are cleaned, disinfected, and inventoried, prior to being available for circulation again. Patrons will be contacted regarding missing or damaged pieces."http://usatla.org/Welcome.html
When I interviewed the director, he told me that they go out a lot. Not just to parents, but to grandparents, aunts, uncles, daycares etc.