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SHOW GUIDE SPIELWARENMESSE 2014


ARKLU


Arklu is attending Nuremberg with its award-winning Lottie doll range. Lottie dolls have been designed to look, and dress, like a regular child with a childlike body shape, no make-up, jewellery or high-heels. The new Lottie collection is made up of six dolls. Butterfly Protector Lottie suits those with an interest in nature, while young swashbucklers will have their timbers shivered thanks to Pirate Queen Lottie. Elsewhere, karate kids will see the appeal of Kawaii Karate Lottie, while completing the range is Robot Girl Lottie, Lighthouse Keeper Lottie and Pandora’s Box Lottie.


In addition, a selection of accessory sets and outfits are available. Hall 1, Stand E13


DKL Following the success of My Pocket Hama, DKL has three new versions joining the range. Hama gift boxes will see some new products given up to date boxing and new designs. New hanging box designs have been introduced in fun themes such as Mermaids and Dolphins, while existing popular sets such as Dinosaurs and Little Princess have been revamped with modern attractive boxing. Wonderworld Wooden Toys expects the success of


the Wonderworld Trix Track to increase throughout 2014. Three new sets join Track and Ball including a glow in the dark and Safari set and users can combine all sets together. Elsewhere, Wonderworld’s best-selling Miniworld collection welcomes new vehicles and the pre- school range continues to prove popular. The role-play range features the Eco House, complete with a solar panel, recycling bins and wind turbine, while the Cooking Centre offers a metal sink, functioning dials and open/close doors. The Mini Corolline dolls will welcome new additions, while the Mon Premier Corolle dolls continues to offer a diverse range. For the modern pre-teen, DKL believes the Corolle Les Cheries ‘remain the ultra-chic fashion dolls’. Finally, Miniland Educational is launching the Educational Corner. Hama: Hall 4, Stand A-89 Wonderworld Wooden Toys: Hall 3, Stand D-14 Corolle: Hall 1, Stand E-12 Miniland Educational: Hall 5, Stand B-02


LE TOY VAN Le Toy Van specialises in painted wooden toys based on traditional favourite themes with a contemporary twist. The portfolio ranges from small cars and fun garages to pirate adventures, role-play culinary-based toys and the largest collection of children’s dolls houses in Europe.


The Budkins collection has grown to


over 100 poseable characters, each one is approx 10cm tall, has a wooden head and feet and is dressed in an authentic fabric outfit, with themes such as pirates, princesses, fairies, knights and royals. Le Toy Van also has a collection of


fabric non-slip playmats with a soft flat surface that is comfortable to play on, plus My First Tool Bench, a painted wooden tool bench with power tools and accessories.


The set includes a clamp, a saw, a hammer, a screwdriver, a spirit level, a right-angle ruler, a spanner and a chalkboard as well as a storage shelf and two planks with nuts and bolts to enhance hand eye coordination. Hall 3, Stand D32


HAUCK Hauck will be showcasing fresh designs and functions in the many new dolls prams, strollers and other doll accessories on its stand. All products sport new eye-catching


fabric designs and Hauck will be showing an extension to its successful Heart 2 Heart range. There is also a new range of stylish


and practical Disney furniture, as well as Hauck’s own range of ride-on toys. Hauck’s i’coo Grow With Me dolls play-


set, i.’coo Starlight Travel Cot and the I’coo Pluto Stroller will also be at Nuremberg, and all these toys are faithful reproductions of products from Hauck’s top selling i.coo nursery collection.


Hall 2, Stand B-03, C02 www.toynews-online.biz


TCG


With Star Wars returning to cinemas in 2015, TCG is bringing a range of products targeting fans of a galaxy far, far away. Star Wars String Bling are yo-yos


MAPS TOYS Maps Toys return to Nuremberg with brand new ranges and extensions to its collections. Cool Circuits was awarded Puzzle of the


Year 2013 by Games magazines and will challenge players of all ages. While, the brand new Space Station House Tent from Pacific Play Tents will keep budding astronauts entertained for hours.r hours. Hall 12, Stand A-04-2


featuring Boba Fett, a Clone Trooper, Darth Vader and Yoda, and each comes with a sculpted character ring that protects fingers from tight strings. Elsewhere, TCG’s Star Wars Yo-Men


Action Stands are fireball yo-yos that come with a collectable action stand, which transforms the yo-yo into an iconic Star Wars character complete with arms and legs.


Hall 5, Stand B54/C55 January/February 145


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