PLEASE, SANTA: Emma Bousen shows off one of the toys on her Christmas wish list – the PomPom My Baby Panda.
PLEASE, SANTA: Emma Bousen shows off one of the toys on her Christmas wish list – the PomPom My Baby Panda. Michael Cormack

Lego, dolls and toy pets top Christmas wish list

EACH year there are plenty of new toys on the market, but an old favourite is still at the top of Warwick children's Christmas wish lists.

Warwick West State School Year 1 student Emma Bousen said Lego was one of the items on her list for Santa.

"I love Lego," Emma said.

"I wrote a letter to Santa asking for a set."

Emma, who said she believed she had behaved well enough for Santa to deliver her presents this year, said there were other items on her list.

"I would love an Azusa pet," she said.

"I've also got a Monster High Doll and a PomPom My Baby Panda on my list too."

Target Country Warwick store manager Jacqui Weeks said Lego was one present that always seemed popular.

"Everyone loves Lego," Mrs Weeks said.

"There are trends each year but some things stay the same and Lego is always popular, particularly for the boys."

Target Country Warwick assistant manager Tammy Bousen said there were a range of toys proving popular.

"The remote-controlled toys have probably been the most popular," Mrs Bousen said.

"We've had a lot of interest in the pools and other aquatic toys but I think people have been holding off because of the water restrictions.

"Little Live Pet Birds have gone crazy and the Dream Lite Pillow Pets have been very popular for the girls."

Mrs Weeks said she enjoyed seeing the excitement of children when walking through the store.

"I've seen quite a few kids yell 'Mum, look at this!' It's always fun to see the excited kids when they see the toys," she said.

Top Toys

Boys: Lego sets

Girls: Dolls and toy pets



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