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Polly Pocket Pollyville House

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Price: $19.99 - $19.97
(as of Sep 22,2019 14:23:08 UTC – Details)

Come hang out in Pollyville, the tiny hometown of Polly Pocket that's full of big surprises! There's no end to the fun and babysitting adventure at the Pocket House inspired by Polly's tiny hometown! This playset opens to reveal 4 stories, 5 rooms, 4 fun reveals, 11 accessories and includes micro Polly doll,  little brother Paxton Pocket doll and Peaches the dog! Pocket House comes with many fun items for set up play: a rocking horse, Paxton Pocket doll's high chair, a table and 2 chairs, couch, Peaches' doghouse, a trampoline, and bike. Explore 4 floors of fun including: Polly's bedroom with laptop and closet; Paxton's room where Polly doll can put Paxton Pocket doll in his crib or they can play on the rocking horse; a bathroom with fun tub to get sudsy clean or a shower; and a living room to hang out and watch TV, table and chairs for eating, and stereo/music for dancing (stick Polly doll on the dance floor and it spins). There's also a kitchen to make food and a high chair so Polly doll can feed Paxton Pocket doll plus they can play outside, jump on the trampoline that really bounces and ride a bike – complete with baby seat for Paxton Pocket doll. Polly doll's feet fit into the bicycle pedals, and when the bike is pushed, the doll moves! Playset also includes a sticker sheet with Polly Stick technology that allows kids to stick the stickers anywhere and Polly doll and friends can stick on the sticker. Additional stickers like rugs, slippers and more add to the fun and let kids customize Pocket House. Includes Pollyville Pocket House, micro Polly and Paxton Pocket dolls, Peaches the dog, trampoline, bike and accessories. Create even more stories as you build out and customize your world with Pollyville tiny hangouts and vehicles! Collect them all! Each sold separately, subject to availability. Colors and decorations may vary. For ages 4 and up.Inspired by Polly's house in her tiny hometown of Pollyville, Pocket House features a babysitting theme and opens to reveal 4 stories, 5 rooms, 4 fun reveals, 11 accessories plus micro Polly and Paxton Pocket dolls and Peaches the dog.
Includes fun play pieces for set up: a rocking horse, Paxton's high chair, a table and 2 chairs, couch, Peaches' doghouse, a trampoline and bike.
House floors and activities include: Polly's bedroom; Paxton's room with crib and rocking horse; bathroom with a fun tub; a living room with TV, table and chairs, music/stereo for dancing (stick Polly doll on dance floor that spins); a kitchen and high chair so Polly doll can feed Paxton Pocket doll; and outside fun on the trampoline and bike riding.
Place Polly doll's feet in the bicycle pedals, push the bike, and the doll moves like she's riding the bike.
Sticker sheet with Polly Stick technology allows kids to stick the stickers anywhere and Polly doll and friends will can stick on the sticker.



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