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Hasbro unveils its Moon and Me toy line

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Hasbro has finally revealed its Moon and Me toy line, a new range of products that is scheduled to hit shelves across the UK on June 18th this year.

Featuring Moon and Me’s cast of characters such as Pepi Nana, Moon Baby, Mr Onion, Sleepy Dibillo and Colly Wobble across a range of figures, plush and play-sets, the collections will initially be available via Amazon, Smyths, Argos and other major retailers.

Pepi Nana and Moon Baby will star as  Moon and Me Talking plush that, by pressing the character’s tummy, or giving them a hug, pre-schoolers will hear fun sounds and phrases from the TV series.

The Moon and Me Plush Toys, meanwhile, will allow kids to imagine their own Moon and Me inspired adventures, featuring the likes of Pepi Nana, Moon Baby, Mr Onion, Sleepy Dibillo and Colly Wobble.

Pre-schoolers and toddlers over 18 months old can get a hold of the Moon and Me Goodnight Pepi Nana 34 cm Talking Plush Doll, as well as recreate adventures from the series with theMoon and Me Single Figures.

 The Moon and Me Take and Go Toy House Play-set has space for up to six figures, while each Moon and Me toy figure and vehicle set features one of the popular characters from the TV series and their signature vehicle.

Moon and Me was developed by Andrew Davenport, the creator of award-winning global preschool franchises Teletubbies and In the Night Garden.

Inspired by well-loved tales of toys that come to life when nobody is looking, Moon and Me is the comical story of a special friendship between two characters from completely different worlds.

What do you think?

Written by Robert Hutchins

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