Parragon announces range of Moana products

Published on: 14th October 2016

The master publisher for Disney has announced the collection of books, gifts and more.

moana480Launching from this month, Parragon’s range of Moana products will showcase all of the characters from the film.

The extensive range of titles complement both Disney and Parragon’s core values of educational and social development, as well as active play. In addition to storybooks, sticker books, activity books and colouring pads, other stimulating formats in the range include the Adventurer Activities Activity Book with Covermount. There are more than 40 activities to complete, also coming with 10 temporary tattoos.

Heroic Colouring allows children to add colour to pictures of Maui and Moana’s pet pig Pua. On the back of the book, children can cut along the dotted lines to assemble their own Moana, Maui and Heihei figures.

Inside the Moana Happy Tin there is a storybook, colouring book and activity book, plus a double-sided poster, over 50 stickers and four felt-tip pens. Also included are activities, from ocean mazes to starry spot the difference, as well as colouring. Also available is the Ocean Adventure Storybook and 2-in-1 Jigsaw Puzzle.

Parragon’s extensive distribution into retail and direct to consumer sectors will ensure that Moana products will be readily accessible throughout the UK, US, Australia and Scandinavia. The range will also be supported with a website prescence, in addition to strong social media presence across Parragon’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.


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