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Disney Bounce Tigger
- Tigger bounces and sings his new signature song "Bounce Bounce"
- Hear over 16 fun phrases from Tigger
- Listen as Tigger and bounces along with you
Watch this adorable Tigger come to life and sing and bounce along to his new signature song "Bounce Bounce". Your little one will have tons of bouncing fun as they get wiggity with Tigger. Requires 4 "AA" batteries (included) Dance, giggle & bounce around with Tigger!
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The Day Tigger Lost His BounceAmer Education Pub. 2000
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