Betting on brick-and-mortar, Moonlite will offer exclusives of its bedtime story projectors to retailers. 

The company is known for its smartphone attachment gadget that projects bedtime stories onto walls and other surfaces. This month, the company has optioned eight new projector packs sold in one of two formats to retailers. These packs will not be available on Amazon or 

Moonlite‘s eight new projector packs come in two formats: There are four new 3-story projector packs, and four new single-story projections. 

The new brick-and-mortar exclusives will come in two formats. | Source: Moonlite

The single-story projector packs include Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Disney Pixar Cars, Disney Lion King, and Llama Llama Red Pajama

The 3-packs come in four themes. The first is the Eric Carle 3 Story Projector Pack, featuring Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and The Very Lonely Firefly. The Pixar 3 Story Projector Pack includes Cars, Monsters Inc., and Toy Story. The Disney Princess 3 Story Projector Pack features The Little Mermaid, Moana, and Raya. Lastly, the Storytime 3 Story Projector Pack features Llama Lama Red Pajama, Corduroy, and Diggersaurs. The 3-packs are $18 wholesale.

A free display is available for retailers. | Source: Moonlite

A 7-inch screen with a 50-second demo video will be part of the display that will accompany the offer. Retailers can request information about the “please-touch” display with qualifying orders, and other special deals, by contacting Vice President of Sales-North America George Funk at or by calling 310-930-3729. 

For retailers who opt into the offer, Moonlite’s brick-and-mortar exclusives will ship to stores by August 2024. For more information on its product catalog, visit the Moonlite website.

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