Fisher-Price Music Box Record Player Returns After 30 Year Hiatus

The Fisher-Price Music Box Record Player is an oldie, but certainly a goodie, and that is why after a 30 year hiatus the toy classic will be returning beginning this month to store shelves, as an exclusive at Target. The toy was originally introduced by Fisher-Price in 1971 and became one of the most iconic and beloved preschool toys ever. The toy, aimed at preschoolers, features a wind-up mechanism that plays the records as they spin around the turntable. Each record player comes complete with five individual records featuring 10 songs (with two songs per record), and has a compartment for storing the records along with a built-in handle. The Music Box Record Player is recommended for children ages 18 months and up and comes with songs like Humpty Dumpty, Jack and Jill, Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Farmer In the Dell, Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone, London Bridge, Camptown Races, Children’s Marching Song (This Old Man), Hickory Dickory Dock, and Au Clair De La Lune.