Toddle is excited to announce that radio personality and mother-of-two, Fifi Box, is voicing our much-loved children’s book, The Boogers Are Coming, just in time for Mother’s Day.
The animation features Toddle’s fictional ‘Little Monsters’ characters and aims to educate families about COVID-19 and how they can stay healthy.
The Fox FM Fifi, Fev and Byron breakfast show host and mother to Trixie and Daisy-Belle, Fifi has spent lockdown reading picture books to her girls.
“When Toddle reached out to collaborate on The Boogers Are Coming, my first thought was... I love it. It’s such a gorgeous idea and I'm match fit from my days at home reading to the girls. It also helped that the word ‘Toddle’ was so fun to say!" said Fifi.
"I had such a great time recording the narration and parents are going to really enjoy reading it to their kids. The Boogers Are Coming is such an easy way to explain complex issues," concluded Fifi.
Not only can you watch the animation with Fifi’s voice over from Mother’s Day, you can also check out the version narrated by Australian actor, Gyton Grantley.
"The Boogers Are Coming was created as a free resource to aid parents in explaining the dos and don’ts of COVID-19 to their little ones,” explains Toddle Founder and CEO, Arthur Charlaftis.
“Fifi Box is the ultimate personality to narrate our animation – she is an incredible role model for parents, inspirational, relatable and has an honest and recognisable voice," said Mr Charlaftis.
If you’re a parent looking for ways to entertain the children, be sure to download the colouring-in version of the book too.
Free for parents to use, Toddle has every child care centre in Australia on the platform and promises to revolutionise the way parents search, interact with and ultimately choose a child care centre.
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