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Frozen Frozen Book and Magnetic Play Set: A Dress-Up Book and Magnetic Play Set Hardcover – October 1, 2013
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- The Cathedral where Elsa is crowned
- The frozen winter waterfall scene where Anna and Kristoff meet Olaf
- The snowed-over wharf where Hans and his horse run into Anna
- A wintry scene with a beautiful show-covered tree
- The throne room inside the palace
- The ice palace Elsa creates
The magnets include (from three punch-out magnet pages):
- Anna (underclothes)
- Elsa (underclothes)
- Kristoff (clothed)
- Sven the reindeer
- Olaf, the snowman Elsa creates
- Four dresses for Anna
--Green Coronation day dress
--Blue skirt and magenta wrap from Oaken's Trading Post
--Green dress from the end of the movie (slighly different)
--Beautiful green ball gown that isn't seen in the movie
-Four dresses for Elsa
--Aqua dress with black sleeves and magenta cloak
--Sparkling snowflake blue dress Elsa creates in her ice castle
--Ball gown in blue, same color as the ice castle dress (not in movie)
--Ball gown with blue skirt and magenta cloak (not in movie)
-Basket of carrots for Sven
-Two hair pieces to make Anna's hair long
-One hair piece to make Elsa's hair long
-Crowns, shoes, sceptre, gloves, and little things like lots and lots of snowflakes
-Carrying case, right side is magnetic
Also includes a little storybook about Olaf and summer as well as an activity book.
It's a cute set. However, it has HUGE issues.
- The magnets are so weak they don't stick well at all. Best bet is to lay the case down, place no background on the magnetic side of the case, and place one of the dolls down and dress her. You can turn the case upright without the doll sliding down if you're very careful. The dress usually slides off though.
- The dresses and costume items have a white border and don't fit the dolls very well. For example, if I line the dress arms up with her arms, the neck of the dress is a little too high. If I put the hair on top of Anna's head, it just looks strange.
Still, if the magnets stuck, I would LOVE this beautiful set. As is, the play value is limited.
UPDATE: I took some scissors and cut the white trim around the dresses off. It was very easy to do and now they fit perfectly and look a lot better. Also, they stay on Elsa and Anna better.
However, I bought this more as a decorative magnet set because I liked the movie so much. My biggest gripe is that despite what is pictured on the back of the packaging, the magnets are NOT like classic paperdolls which - once a piece is cut out - layer more or less seamlessly over the doll figure. Instead, each of the magnetic pieces is surrounded by a thick white border, making it impossible to layer the clothing on the figures or 'blend' the characters onto the included backgrounds. Even without the border, however, it still wouldn't work because the magnets in each piece seem to interfere with each other, and refuse to sit where they're supposed to. Finally, as others have mentioned: there is a magnet built into the packaging which is supposed to serve as a base for the dolls and scenery, but it's so weak that the pieces tend to slip or just fall right off.
Don't get me wrong, the idea is great but the materials and craftsmanship leave a great deal to be desired. I'd like for once to get a toy that stands up to time for a while, not turn in to something for the recycling bin. Sigh. Oh well.