It was implemented in December 1994, in order to ease the process of hospitalization of children. It can be considered to have been the first hospital toy library implanted with the intention of improving the treatment and stay of hospitalized children. In 1997, the researcher Lou de Olivier, while trainee in this unit, observed the importance of the Toy Library and its application in the learning of children with or without disorders. From there, she developed research that culminated in a new way of applying the Brinquedoteca as allied to learning. A kind of playground between Hospitalar and just playful. She has made a number of publications and lectures in this regard. She also creaded a course to train teachers and parents using toys and games as a means to literate children considered normal and treat children with learning disorders. This toy library model has been used successfully in several units both in clinics and in schools. Since 1999, the HCFMUSP toy library has been restructured, still in partnership with ABRINQ and a Mobile-Toy Library was also created, providing recreation for children unable to leave the bed. In August of 2003, another Toy Building was installed in the new ward of the ICr, following the same standards of the project.
In this 20 years, many toy libraries that were implanted following the pioneerism of the author Anna Lou Olivier and being used in literacy and in the treatment of learning disorders. Important projects originated from Anna Lou Olivier's research, publications, and disclosures. One of the most important is the Interactive Toy Project... Please, wait more information soon.