Check out Amazon's first-ever printed toy catalog

Check out Amazon's first-ever printed toy catalog
Posted at 8:16 AM, Nov 07, 2018

Amazon's first-ever printed toy catalog is already online and in people's mailboxes as the retail giant tries to capture the nostalgia of the holiday season with its "A Holiday of Play" shopping book. 

The catalog is being shipped to millions of Amazon customers this month, CNBC reported

But some households already have their hands on the holiday catalog and it looks like kiddos (and parents) are digging the throwback approach to holiday shopping, according to posts on Twitter.

The booklet features tons of toys, but oddly enough, no prices. But there are QR codes that allow readers to scan items and shop for them on Amazon. You can also scan product images with the Amazon App to get more details or add the items to your shopping cart.

The handy holiday toy guide also comes with stickers.

There are both digital and PDF versions of the catalog for those who didn't receive the physical copy. The retailer said customers can also find the holiday catalogs at Amazon Bookstores and its 4-star locations.

Susan Gonzalez is a digital producer and reporter for the E.W. Scripps national team. Follow her on Twitter @TheNewsan.