Peggy Brown made her debut in the toy industry as a staff designer for toys and games, and early in her career took a role in the development of games such as Girl Talk, Outburst, and Pretty Pretty Princess. Since, she worked with the giants of the toy industry in a number of capacities, from creative director to company executive. In the course of her impressive career, Brown also invented an abundance of creative, innovative games, emerging as one of the foremost game designers of the 21st century. In 2009, she received the prestigious Toy and Game Industry (TAGI) award for Excellence in Game Design, an acknowledgement of her incredible contributions to the toy industry. Brown will, no doubt, continue to inspire creativity and promote the spirit of play for years to come. One of Brown's many inventions, Give a Dog a Bone, a game meant for toddlers and young children, requires players to move along the game path and collect bones for their puppies.