Tickety Toc Toys Arrive at TRU in U.S.

 

Just Play has released the first-ever toy range for Zodiak Kids’ preschool series, “Tickety Toc” exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us stores across the U.S.

Featuring all of the show’s colorful characters, the new toy line features trains and play sets, talking dolls, plush and collectible figurines.

“We are thrilled to introduce the brand new Tickety Toc toy collection exclusively at Toys ‘R’Us, giving preschool fans everywhere the opportunity to engage with their favorite friends in exciting new ways,” says Jennifer Lawlor, senior vice president consumer products, Zodiak Kids, London. “The debut toy range from Just Play encompasses a wide variety of playthings that perfectly capture the charm of the popular ‘Tickety Toc’ TV series, making play time, travel time–or any time–a memorable and fun adventure for young children.”

Just Play’s toy line joins other Tickety Toc product already available at TRU including the “Chime Time Adventures” DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment and puzzles from MEGA Brands. The first Tickety Toc book, Welcome to Tickety Town from Scholastic, as well as a matching game from Wonder Forge will debut later this fall. Additionally, the first Tickety Toc story app, “Bubble Time” from Cupcake Digital, is set to launch this month on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and the Barnes & Noble Nook Store.

Aired daily on Nick Jr., “Tickety Toc” follows the adventures of 6-year-old twins Tommy and Tallulah as they work to “chime the time” and keep everything running smoothly in Tickety Town.

“The adventures of twins Tommy and Tallulah and wacky world of Tickety Toc have already struck a chord with young fans, so we are delighted to make this brand-new assortment of toys available exclusively to our customers,” says Jamie Uitdenhowen, vice president, general merchandising manager, learning and seasonal, Toys ‘R’ Us, U.S. “This adorable collection of plush, dolls, figurines and more provides preschoolers with the opportunity to recreate moments from the show and imagine their favorite characters brought to life.” 

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