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Top Toys For Kiwi Kids Christmas Wish Lists

Mattel Rolls Out Top Toys For Kiwi Kids Christmas Wish Lists

Auckland, 12 November 2007: With less than six weeks until Christmas, Mattelä has released its list of favourite festive toys which is sure to have every child writing to Santa.

This year’s top toys for Christmas include 13 of the newest and most exciting toys for children of all ages, guaranteed to bring Kiwi kids hours of fun.

Standout toys from the list include the Kid Toughä Digital Camera for technologically savvy tots. This great gift is full of fantastic features – its colourful and easy to hold design encourages kids to widen their imaginations and start snapping those memorable holiday moments. With a tough exterior this camera will stand up to everything an active kid encounters.

Sure to be at the top of every little girl’s wish list is Mattel’s revolutionary Barbie Girls™ which serves as a portable music player and fashion statement-in-one. The Barbie Girls™ range has a 512 MB on-board memory (that holds up to 120 MP3 or 240 WMA-file songs), so cool Kiwi girls can be entertained through the New Year.

Let’s not forget the boys, who will no doubt be spending the holiday season singing pirate songs and saying “Ahoy mate!” with the Matchbox™ Pop-up Pirate Island - the perfect gift for sea-faring three year-olds. Pop open the portable case, and swing out a complete 360-degree pirate adventure! There are four areas in all, including the pirate ship, the croc cove, the forbidden inland, and the treasure lagoon. This awesome set comes complete with a croc, firing gun, pirates and even a mini treasure trove.

The Mattel Topy Toys for Christmas, certainly caters for Kiwi kids aged 0-5 years, with a toy to suit every age and stage. As always, there are sure to be favourites and below are the this year’s top five toys for Christmas 2007:

Barbie Girls™
Barbie™ as The Island Princess Rosella™ doll
Polly Pocket™ Polly Wheels™ Race to Mall™ Playset
Hot Wheels® Maniacs
Fisher-Price® Kid Tough™ Digital Camera


Other top toys include:

For Boys (3 years +)

Hot Wheels® Four Lane Raceway
Hot Wheels® Blast N Crash Trackset
Matchbox™ Pop-Up Pirate Island Set
For Girls (3 years +)

Pixel Chix ™ Babysitter
Polly Pocket™ Polly Wheels™ Vehicle Assortment
For Infants (0-5 years)

Fisher-Price® Amazing Animals™ Sing & Go Choo-Choo™
Fisher-Price® Go Baby Go Stride-to-Ride™ Lion
Fisher-Price® Little People® Eddie & His Boulder Worksite™ and Sarah Lynn® & Her Camping Adventure

ENDS

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