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Fisher-Price Lets Get to Work Manny by Mattel UK Ltd Pre-School Top 12 Toys for Christmas

Licensed toys and technology continue to shine in the Pre-School group with Princess Peppa’s Palace (Character Options) and In The Night Garden Sleepy Time Igglepiggle (Hasbro).

Well-loved faces, familiar to parents and children alike make an appearance with My First Remote Control Thomas (Tomy) and Postman Pat Vehicles (Character Options). Budding engineers will have their pick of the Fisher Price Lets Get to Work Manny or the Stack n Surprise Count n Build Snail Pail (both Mattel). Imaginative little ones can figure out the crazy world of The WotsWots Zoom Along Plush (Hasbro), giggle along with Waybuloo Peeka Lau Lau (Mattel) or get lost in a good book with the LEAPFROG Tag Rading System.

Let children cuddle up with Night Night Timmy (Vivid) or take their first steps with V-Tech’s First Steps Walker, and keen photographers will be snapping away at the Christmas action with their KidiZoom Multimedia Digital Cameras (VTech).

First Steps Walker V-Tech RRP £29.99
Fisher Price Lets Get To Work Manny Mattel RRP £22.99
Stack n Surprise Count n Build Snail Pail Mattel RRP £16.99
In The Night Garden Upsy Daisy and Her Chase and Play Bed Hasbro RRP £34.99
Kidizoom Multimedia Digital Camera V-Tech RRP £49.99
My First Remote Control Thomas Tomy RRP £19.99
Postman Pat Vehicles Character Options RRP £9.99
Princess Peppa’s Palace Character Options RRP £39.99
Tag Reading System LeapFrog RRP £44.99
Night Night Timmy Vivid Imaginations RRP £17.99
Waybuloo Peeka Lau Lau Mattel RRP £26.99
The WotsWots Zoom Along Plush Hasbro RRP £34.99


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Dream Toys is a media only event organised by the Toy Retailers Association. This is the 43rd year that the Toy Retailers Association has announced the Top Toys for Christmas. The Media Preview includes the latest new toys in the market as well as the Top 12. The TRA represents around 2500 stores and over 100 different companies accounting for 60% of toy retailers. The independent predictions are based on the Toy Retailers Association’s 50 years experience as the voice of retailers and take into account what consumers are requesting, what excites children and the latest trends in new products.