Genre: Childrens, Family
Running Time: 54 MIN
Release Date: 13 Feb 2016
Anthony Field, Emma Watkins, Simon Pryce and Lachlan Gillespie
HOYTS Jnr is proud to present the all new release, Wiggle Town! Come on down to Wiggle Town! It’s the only place on earth where there is a dancing Police Force, a dancing Mayor and where you can not only eat a pretzel, but “Do the Pretzel!” Emma, Lachy, Simon and Anthony are giving you the keys to the town! Plus don’t miss our special guest Christine Anu, and sing along with “Taba Naba Style”. See it first at HOYTS Cinemas from February 13 for a limited time only!
Fun Factory – Build – A – Picture
By: Fun Factory
Age: 3+ years
With education and fun in one this Build – A – Picture set by Fun Factory this item represents an extension of the traditional puzzle. Set contains 4 double sided pattern boards with 8 differnet patterns in total. To place on the patterns is a selection of over 50 pieces that match shapes on each pattern. The Build – A – Pic comes complete in a wooden box.
Escaping Peril (Wings of Fire, Book 8)
By: Tui T Sutherland
Age: 8 – 12 years old
Peril has been loyal to Queen Scarlet, who used her fatal firescales to kill countless dragons in the SkyWing arena. Now, Peril is loyal to Clay, the only dragonet who has ever been her friend. So when Scarlet threatens Jade Mountain Academy, Peril sets off to find her former queen, stop her, and save the day, no matter what it takes. There’s just one problem: a strangely persistent SeaWing, Turtle, insists on coming along, too. Turtle is worried about his friends, who left to search for Scarlet and haven’t returned. Peril is worried that she might accidentally burn Turtle — or burn him on purpose, for being so annoying — and frustrated that she keeps saying and doing the wrong things. She can’t escape her firescales, and she can’t escape her reputation as the deadliest dragon in Pyrrhia. So when she’s offered a chance to trade everything for a second chance, Peril has to decide who she’s really loyal to . . . and whether her own scales might actually be worth saving. “