Disney Pixar Coco Gift Guide


The new Disney Pixar feature animated film, Coco, opens in theaters today, November 22! This is so exciting for me. Just a couple of weeks ago I was invited to see it at the Hollywood premiere, and since then, I’ve been counting the days to take my own family to the theater to see it together.

In celebration of today’s opening, I’m sharing my own Disney Pixar Coco Gift Guide, because I know you are going to want some mementos to remember this day by after you see the film. Plus, you still need to do some Christmas shopping anyway, right? (These are affiliate links)

But before that let me tell you Coco arrives Digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ as well as Movies Anywhere on February 13, and on 4K Ultra HD,™ Blu-ray,™ DVD and On-Demand on February 27. Yay!!

Get it at Target click on the picture: 

Disney Pixar Coco Gift Guide

Plush Figures


Miguel is the protagonist of the story. He is sweet, driven and passionate about music.

The Miguel Plush Figure plush is adorable. I brought one home with me after the Coco premiere and my youngest son carries him everywhere he goes. It’s very well done. The hoodie has a felt face paint mask.

There is a smaller Miguel plush figure, too, this one is 9″ tall and so cute.

Other Characters

Dante is Miguel’s loyal companion who follows Miguel to the land of the dead. This Dante plush figure is 15″ tall, and there is another, “alebrije” version of Dante, which is very colorful.

Pepita is a fierce, but gentle, chimera, a spirit from the land of the dead. You can find a Pepita plush figure in 15″ tall and 7″ tall versions, your choice!

Hector helps Miguel navigate in the land of the dead. He is quirky, funny and charismatic. This Hector plush figure is 18 inches tall and very well made (I saw it at Disneyland this past weekend). You can also find it in 8 inches tall.

Mini Tsum Tsum

Funko POP Figurines

These are very popular in my house. Find these vinyl figures in the shape of Hector here, Ernesto de la Cruz here and Miguel here.

Get the whole group together, four of them includes Miguel without the face paint.

Another option is the Coco Funko Mystery Mini. Collect them all!

Miguel, Hector and Ernesto singing figures, with guitar.


A great way to remember the story at home, get a few books. Some of them come in English and Spanish. Check them out here:

Coco: A Story about Music, Shoes, and Family

“Coco: Miguel and the Grand Harmony”

“Coco: Miguel y la Grand Armonía”

Other Fun Items

This colorful mug features Miguel on one side and a sugar skull on the other side.

Pixar Coco Journal with embroidered cover details and over 150 lined pages.

Reusable Coco Bags. Carry your favorite things in this colorful Coco shopping bags.

Coco Soundtrack.

The Coco Soundtrack includes the film’s signature song, Remember Me, by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez.

Which is your favorite?

Don’t forget Coco opens in theaters today November 22. Here are a few links from my earlier coverage:

7 Things You Need to Know About Coco

Review and Red Carpet Premiere

Fun Facts About the Skeletons of Coco

Interview with Benjamin Bratt from Coco

Gael García Bernal Canta con su Hija en Coco (Spanish)

Lo que los Mexicanos Opinan de Coco (Spanish)

And finally, I want to share something with you. This year my kids, husband and I put up our Day of the Dead display at home. One of the most important parts of it were the pictures of our loved ones. At that moment I realized that most of my pictures are in digital form on my phone or my computer. It’s so easy to forget to print them out. So I made a mental note to start printing my favorites, which I actually did using an app called Chatbooks (offering a 20% off coupon through December 2nd).

I was introduced to Chatbooks during my visit to Pixar Studios a few months ago. I like it because you just add your pictures to a digital book, make annotations, send it to print, and it arrives, via mail, to your home. I now own two books, one of my experience at Pixar and one of my family vacation in Yosemite. Why not print your memories, too?!

Lastly, here’s another taste of Coco:


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