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Walmart Has Just Announced What Your Kid Will Want For Christmas This Year

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Walmart Has Just Announced What Your Kid Will Want For Christmas This Year

Walmart Has Just Announced What Your Kid Will Want For Christmas This Year

Walmart has just released its list of the top-rated toys for the upcoming 2019 holiday season.

The 48 products, from dolls to scooters to laptops, are going to be particularly in-demand this year.

According to Business Insider, some of the toys are exclusive to Walmart.

Peppa Pig, Simba, and superhero toys are incredibly popular.

So are dolls, such as Blume dolls, What's In My Purse Dolls, and LOL Surprise OMG Dolls!

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