The song says "Let it go," but there's no
way kids are going to let go of their dream of owning the Disney Frozen Snow Glow Elsa doll this holiday season. It's
poised to become one of the most asked for toys of the 2014 Christmas year.
Frozen was a hit movie - one of Disney's best ever according
to today's children. And Elsa is the main star of the show, so it makes sense that toys of her character will be a big hit.
What sets this particular doll apart is the fact that
she has a magical necklace that she wears in the shape of a snowflake. The necklace plays the hit song "Let It Go" from the
At the same time, if you raise her arm up, Elsa's dress
lights up as your child imagines her snow flurry being unleashed on the whole town, blanketing everything in a sea of white
The doll doesn't just sing the hit song. She has a bevy
of phrases built in - 15 sounds and sayings for your child to enjoy.
If your child speaks Spanish, then you can turn on the
Spanish option - or let your little one learn to be bilingual and switch the language options back and forth.
Parents will appreciate the "Off" button for those times
when you've heard the hit song just one time too many and need a little break now and then. You do need batteries for this
toy to work - three AAA batteries to be exact.
While some of the Elsa dolls on the market showcase
the grown version of the character, this one is for the child version of Elsa, so little girls love it even more, it seems.
Consumers who have already bought this say the detail
on her dress is amazing and the song is very clear, unlike many dolls where the sounds are garbled and hard to understand.
If you get this doll for your little girl at Christmas,
she'll probably know all of the words to the song before the day is done. If you really want to go the extra mile, you can
also pick up an Anna doll so she can play with both sisters at the same time.
Not only does your child get the Elsa doll, but when
you purchase it, Olaf comes with it, too. Olaf is the little funny snowman from the movie who never seems to keep his carrot
nose on right!