Hully Boo Spook n Spell (UK)- Treasure hunt/ Magical competition - Tonie



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Available from

06th February 2020

Running time

Approx. 90 minutes


Booklet, instructions


WARNING! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard. Small parts. Toniebox required for use. Wi-Fi connection required for initial setup.




Hully Boo Spook'n Spell


Treasure hunt in the Museum / Magical competition       


Ulrike Rogler, Simone Veenstra


Adam Fitzgerald, Evie Killip, Declan Wilson, Stephen Critchlow and many more




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Hully Boo Spook 'n' Spell - Treasure hunt in the Museum / The Magic Championships

Hully Boo is a ghost in training and with his friend the little witch Hedda Hex they want to improve their magic skills. So their instructor, Bartholomew Bat, provides them with a new task to complete in every story.


Treasure Hunt in the Museum Hully Boo’s task is to find an inanimate object he can spook into life and the Natural History Museum seems to be the ideal place to find such a thing. Meanwhile, Heather Hex is gathering ingredients for her truth sweets, when she bumps into Polly. As a birthday gift, Polly’s parents have arranged a night-time treasure hunt in the museum but, as always, her brother Max is about to spoil the fun because he doesn’t want to have to look after her.


The Magic Championships Lily is the smallest and youngest child on the basketball court and, more often than not, the other children don’t let her join in the game. Hully Boo and Heather Hex would very much like to help her, but first they have to prove themselves at the magic championships. They cast spells and spooks for all they’re worth. The great relay race proves a real challenge for Hully Boo and Heather Hex. But they wouldn’t dream of giving up.


Audio Play Running time: approx. 90 minutes. Age recommendation: age 3+ Accessories: Booklet, instructions.


Tonies are robust, hand painted characters that contain the content of audio books, songs and stories. Tonies work with a Toniebox, the innovative portable music player system that combines playing, learning and listening. It's screen-free and easy for children to operate. Placing Tonies audio characters on the Toniebox begins playback automatically and taking them off stops it. Pressing the ears changes the volume. Tapping the sides changes tracks and the fast-forward or rewind function is activated by tilting the Toniebox.


Toniebox required for use. Wi-Fi connection required for initial setup.


01-22 – Treasure Hunt in the Museum

23-44 – The Magic Championships



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