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Feedsee Toys : Hot Toys : Toys R Us Unveils List of hottest toys for 2006 Holiday Season

Toys R Us has released a list of thirty-six toys that they expect to be the most desired toys of the holiday season. The list of hot toys comes from a year-long evaluation of new toys from around the world.

For baby's first christmas is Baby Gymnastics Bounce and Spin Zebra from Fisher-Price; Laugh and Learn Baby Grand Piano from Fisher-Price; Laugh and Learn Learning Bunny from Fisher-Price; and Let's Play Together Peek 'N Play Discovery Dome from Playskool.

For 13 months to 2 years is Darla from You and Me Interactive Doll; Learn & Groove Alphabet Drum from LeapFrog; SmartVille Alphabet Train Station from VTech; TMX Elmo Fisher-Price; and V.Smile Baby Infant Development System from VTech.

For 2-4 years is "Barbie in The 12 Dancing Princesses" Let's Dance! Barbie Doll: Inspired by Barbie as Princess Genevieve from Mattel; Black and Decker Junior Power Tools Workshop from CDI, a division of JAKKS Pacific; Dora's Talking Cash Register from Fisher-Price; Kid-Tough Digital Camera from Fisher-Price; LeapsterTV from LeapFrog; Power Wheels Ford Mustang from Fisher-Price; Tap Dancing Mumble from Thinkway Toys; and Sound City Railway from Imaginarium.

For 5-7 years is Amazing Allysen from Playmates; Hot Wheels Criss Cross Crash Track Set with 10 Cars from Mattel; My Scene My Bling Bling Styling Heads from Mattel; Pink Nitro Notebook from VTech; The Power Rangers Deluxe Manticore Megazord from Bandai; and Wherifone GPS Locator Phone from Wherify Wireless.

For 8-11 years is Blue Man Group Percussion Tubes from ToyQuest; Designer's World from Tiger Games; ESPN Fast Action Football from Fisher-Price; Fly Wheels XPV from JAKKS Pacific; Giga Pets Explorer TV Game System from Tiger Games; Star Wars Ultimate Collector's AT-ST from LEGO; and Tyco RC NSECT from Mattel.

For big kids is Fuzion Asphalt Ultimate Carving Scooter from Nextsport; Mindstorms NXT from LEGO; Nerf Showtime Hoops from Hasbro; Speed Stacks StackPack from Play Along; Trivial Pursuit Totally 80s from Parker Brothers; and Wii from Nintendo.