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Moana Journey Board Game

$9.59
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WARNING: choking hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

about this item

Moana is an adventurous, tenacious and compassionate 16-year-old who is struggling to find her true self. But when her island is threatened by a mythical darkness, Moana breaks the rules and sets sail on an epic adventure to save her people and find the answers she's been searching for her whole life. In the Moana Journey Collection game, players roll a die to collect charms for their necklace. Try to be the first player to collect four charms and the beautiful Heart of Nature charm. If you're first, you win! Use the Journey Collection book to decode the order of your charms and reveal something about you and your personal journey! Makes a great board game gift for any Disney Moana fan.

* Includes: 1 Heart of Nature Charm, 24 Charms, 4 Necklaces, 1 Die, Instructions

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guest reviews

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overall: 4.8 out of 5 stars, see all reviews

most recent reviews

Great real world lesson type game

(would recommend)
5 out of 5 stars
Daniell — 2 months ago
My twins are 2 1/2 and they love Moana so I decided to get them this. It’s a lot like the classic game of “pretty pretty princess” and it’s great at teaching kids to share and that it’s okay to lose. I will say I’ve had my kids play with some “only child” type kids and those kids hated the game beca...  see moreof Daniell's review
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