We know kids can’t get enough of Disney’s Frozen, Paw Patrol, and Doc McStuffins, so it’s no surprise that toys based on these hot properties are going to skyrocket to the top of kids’ holiday wish lists this year. In the video above, our very own Jackie Breyer, editor-in-cheif of The Toy Book, appeared on Fox Connecticut to show off some of the hottest holiday toys (where most can also be found on our Toy Insider Hot 20 list) that you’ll want to pick up before it’s too late!

Disney Frozen snow_glow_elsa_dollDisney Frozen Snow Glow Elsa (Jakks Pacific)

  • This interactive doll emits 15 sounds and phrases from Disney’s hit movie, Frozen.
  • Kids can touch Elsa’s necklace to light up her dress.
  • Raise her left arm to hear her sing 32 seconds of “Let it Go,” by Idina Menzel.
  • Comes with Olaf figure.
  • Ages: 3+
  • MSRP: $34.99

Paw Patrol Lookout HQPaw Patrol Lookout HQ (Spin Master)

  • Kids can bring the Paw Patrol TV series to life in their very own homes.
  • When trouble strikes Adventure Bay, these heroic pups are there to save the day …while learning lessons about friendship, safety, and teamwork!
  • Featured in every episode, the Lookout HQ features a working elevator, slide, lights, and sounds.
  • The set comes with Chase and a vehicle.
  • Ages: 3+
  • MSRP: $39.99

IR_Turtles-INSET_layered11-Inch Interactive Talking Turtles (Playmates Toys)

  • The heroes in a half shell come to life in these 11-inch interactive figures.
  • Feature more than 40 phrases and sound effects.
  • Each turtle recognizes when one of his brothers is talking and will respond.
  • The collection includes the four Ninja Turtles; Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo. Kids will hear all of their individual personalities come to life.
  • Ages: 4+
  • MSRP: $29.99


Doc McStuffins Get Better Talking Mobile (Just Play)

  • Kids can help toys in need just like Doc!
  • The Talking Mobile features motion-activated sirens that light up and play the “Doc Mobile” song.
  • Kids can then call in their diagnosis using the working CB and secure their patients for rolling rescue using the gurney and patient seat!
  • The Talking Mobile is equipped with a lights and sounds EKG, a bandage sticker dispenser, a thermometer, and an otoscope.
  • Ages: 3+
  • MSRP: $49.99

LittleLivePetsBirdCageLittle Live Pets Bird Cage (Moose Toys)

  • Little Live Pets are the interactive, electronic line of life-like pet birds
  • Each Bird looks and acts like a real pet, responds to touch, fits easily in the palm of the hand, makes 30 different sounds and has a unique chatter back recording feature, which records and talks back
  • The Little Live Pets Bird Cage allows kids to give their pet Birds a home, which houses one included Bird and a handle so that kids can take their pets on the go
  • There are eight Birds to collect in all
  • Age: 5 years & Up
  • MSRP: $19.99

Disney Infinity Marvel 2.0Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2.0 Edition (Disney Interactive)

  • A follow-up to the best-selling Disney Infinity video game, which launched in 2013.
  • The toy / video game hybrid features original Marvel storylines that allow fans to experience their favorite super heroes in all new ways; from Captain America and Spider-Man to Black Widow, and Hulk.
  • The game features an enhanced virtual Toy Box where kids and families can use hundreds of Marvel and Disney themed items, locations, props and characters to create their own stories, as well as re-create their favorite movie and comic moments.
  • Characters and power discs from Disney Infinity are forward compatible and can be played in the Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes Toy box.
  • The game is rated E10+
  • The game will be available for XboxOne, Xbox360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Wii-U, PC, tablets and smart phones this Fall.
  • Ages: 10+
  • MSRP: $74.99 for the Starter Pack

About the author

Deanna Atkins

Deanna Atkins

Deanna Atkins is the editorial assistant at Adventure Publishing Group. She helps the editorial team on leading trade magazines The Toy Book and The Licensing Book, and contributes online at toybook.com, licensingbook.com, and thebigtoybook.com. When she’s not trying to keep up with Toy Insider Mom Laurie Schacht, she can be found reviewing kids’ CDs, DVDs, and books while daydreaming about the upcoming How to Train Your Dragon sequel and reading the dictionary. Follow her on Twitter @Deeeannuh and keep up with her bi-weekly, sometimes funny commentaries on toybook.com.