Children’s audio system tonies is launching new additions to the tonies family, just in time for Christmas.
The combination of the hand-painted Tonies and the Toniebox makes tonies an interactive audio system that’s perfect for gifting – sure to be a favourite for parents and children this festive season.
Princesses Elsa and Anna make their return to tonieswith the introduction of Frozen 2. The audio is the perfect soundtrack for Christmas, with favourite songs such as “Into the Unknown”, “Show Yourself” and “Some Things Never Change” sure to fill homes with cheer.
Set the scene for Christmas with Disney’s Fantasia: the appearance of Mickey Mouse as a sorcerer’s apprentice is bound to bring some festive magic. This Tonie has classical songs such as the “Nutcracker Suite” and “Dance of the Hours of the Opera”.
Bring Thomas and Friends along to make this Christmas a very special one. The new Tonie tells the story of Thomas exploring his new home and learning valuable lessons about teamwork and friendship. The familiar friend is set to take little listeners into an immersive and interactive audio world.
Share the gift of Barbie with little ones with the new Barbie Princess Adventure Tonie. One of the most iconic characters of all time, Barbie will take listeners on a journey of friendship, sisterhood, and self-love.
Finally, the world’s most polite, lovable bear Paddington arrives from Deepest Darkest Peru to land on a Toniebox. The story of family, kindness and finding your home is narrated by Stephen Fry.
Running time: approx. 31 minutes, suitable for ages three-plus.
Three years after Elsa’s coronation, she hears a mysterious melodic voice calling her. Feeling strangely unsettled, Elsa answers it, and in doing so, unintentionally awakens the elemental spirits, forcing the kingdom to evacuate. Accompanied by Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, Elsa sets out on a quest to save Arendelle, travelling beyond the Dark Sea to Ahtohallan on an adventure of self-discovery to learn the truth about her powers, and the truth about the past.
Running time: approx. 39 minutes, suitable for ages three-plus.
Fantasia is Disney’s tribute to classical music, featuring storytelling in a series of musical sequences. Will Mickey be able to stop the magic he’s unleashed? From snowflakes, flower fairies, bubble-blowing elephants and dancing hippos to the appearance of Mickey Mouse as a sorcerer’s apprentice, there is something for everybody in Disney’s Fantasia. This Tonie features classical music from the original film together with the “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and is set to inspire a whole new generation of fans.
Thomas and Friends
Running time: approx. 48 minutes, suitable for ages three-plus.
All aboard for Thomas’s very first adventure! A cheeky little tank engine discovers a big new world when he arrives on the island of Sodor. Join Thomas as he huffs and chuffs his way to becoming the number one engine, learning valuable lessons about teamwork and friendship. Get set for escapades aplenty as Thomas explores his new home and meets some really useful new friends.
Barbie Princess Adventure
Running time: approx. 75 minutes, suitable for ages three-plus.
Sing along with Barbie in the all-new musical Barbie Princess Adventure. The adventure begins when Barbie meets a new friend, Princess Amelia, who looks a lot like her. Princess Amelia is nervous about becoming Queen, so together they cook up a plan to switch places. Jam-packed with fun songs and new friends, this exciting musical celebration is a journey of self-discovery, teaching young listeners that the best thing they can be is themselves.
A Bear Called Paddington
Running time: approx. 155 minutes, suitable for ages three-plus.
The Brown family first meet Paddington Bear on a railway platform in London. The sign hanging around his neck says “Please look after this bear. Thank you.” The family take him home, but soon after discover that Paddington is a very unusual bear, with a habit of turning the ordinary into the extraordinary. Join the world’s best loved bear on his comical misadventures in ‘A Bear Called Paddington’, the first in a series of novels written by Michael Bond.