Here’s what Mom Fuse “Mommy Reviewer” Amber, from A Little Bit Nutty, had to say about the new Talking Plush Charlie & Lola Dolls from Kids Preferred…
Charlie and Lola, the world’s most lovable and hilarious siblings, seen every day on TV’s Playhouse Disney, are set to share their brand-new toys with young fans all across the country! By popular demand, Kids Preferred will introduce a charming range of series-inspired plush dolls plus a handy doll case and distribute Penguin’s enchanting paperback books designed to transport children to the wonderful world of Charlie and Lola, while helping to extend the fun of the stand out TV show. The new offerings will be available at retails stores nation wide this summer – just in time for back to school Charlie and Lola style!
The adorable and engaging new toy line features:
- Giggling Charlie and Giggling Lola dolls laugh in their familiar and endearing way when their bellies are pressed. Standing 8″ tall, the dolls are sold separately for and Srp of $10 each.
- Talking and Posable Charlie and Lola Play Set is packaged in a reusable playscene and includes Charlie, standing 12″ tall, and Lola, measuring 9.5″. Kids can bend the arms and legs into any pose for hours of fun. Each character speaks their signature opeing line from the book, video and Tv episode: “I love this little sister, Lola. She is small and very funny.” says Charlie. Responds Lola, “I’m not small. I am BIG!” The set is available from an SRP of $25.
- Sizzles the Dog, the floppy lovable beanbag toy, loves to play with Lola – that is when he’s not chasing footballs and Charlie and Marv. Sizzles measures 8″ tall and is sold for ans SRP of $10.
- Lola can slip into her red and white comfy pajama top and bottom, plus cozy slippers, when it’s time for bed withe the Lola Pajama Set. The set includes a hanger, toothbrush – and even toothpaste! Available for an SRP of $14.
- Dressable Talking Lola offers six different phrases when her little hand is pressed – three for daytime and three for nighttime: “We’ve got to get to school before the dragons!” to “I am not sleepy and I will not go to bed.” The plush doll measures 16″ tall and features a removable dress and shoes for a change from daytime to bedtime. Dressable Talking Lola will be offered for and SRP of $30.
- Dressable Lola Case perfectly holds any of the Lola dolls and acessories. The case featrues clothing hanger, drawer and a bedroom play scene measuring 16.5″ tall. It is available for an SRP of $28.
Kids Preferred also distributes Penguin’s series of Charlie and Lola paperback and sticker and activity books to keep the fun going strong. Available for an SRP of #3.99 to $7.99 each, the stitles include: I Completely Must Do Drawing Now Activity Book, My Very Busy Sticker Stories, I Will Not Ever Eat a Tomato, I Am Not Sleepy & I Will Not Go to Bed and Sizzles is Completly Not Here.
About Kids Preferred
Kids Preferred is dedicated to creating superior quality, innovative soft toys and gifts for children of all ages using unique, playful designs that help instill a love of learning and create everlasting childhood memories. They serve the specialty, juvenile, gift and better department store trade. The Company’s distinctive soft and plush toys and gifts are marketed under the Company’s own Kids Preferred brand and through licensed brands, including amazing baby, asthma friendly, The World of Beatrix Potter, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Elmer, Emily Goes Wild, Guess How much I love you, Harley-Davidson, NASCAR, The snowman and Spot. For more information visit Kids Preferred.
Thanks to MomFuse and Kids Preferred I had the opportunity to review the Talking and Posable Charlie and Lola Play Set. When I pulled them out of the box Ava screamed with delight “I love Charlie and Lola!”These dolls are so cute and very cuddly. They’ve found a new home on Ava’s bed. She has to have them with her every night. Sometimes they go missing and I know just where to find them… Tucker has taken a fascination with them also. I may have to get him a set.
– Amber @ A Little Bit Nutty
Posted by Nicole Ibarrondo, former editor here at Mom Fuse