Phoebe has two favorite toys. One is the little "cell phone" I got her from the pet store. It has buttons she can press that say "I love you", "Hellooooo?" "**Hahahahahahaha!" and "Tylenol, Bird!" (At least, I think that's what it's saying.... I'm not entirely sure of that last one.)
Her OTHER favorite toy is a human toy. Phoebe LOVES things that make musical sounds, so last year, I found a children's xylophone that has these wide-spaced buttons that will strike the xylophone's underside to create "music." Most human infant and toddler toys are so stiff that Phoebe's full body weight is too light to depress any buttons, but on this one, she is able to move the lever down by walking on it (the spaces between the five keys are wide enough that she can't get stuck), or by pushing it down with her beak.
She LOVES this toy! When she first discovered that SHE was making the noise herself, she literally SQUEE'd with excitement..... and then proceeded to drive my boys (cockatiels Tris and Jerry) nuts with a very lengthy "concert."
There is one part of this toy that makes me nervous, and that's its mouth. The mouth moves so it can open to hold the mallet in place. For this reason, I supervise Phoebe closely when she's playing with this toy. She's allowed to hit the keys, but not play with the alligator's mouth. (The other thing I don't like about it is that none of the keys are in an actual musical scale. You can't make any recognizable melodies with it.)
When I was searching for the images, I saw that there is also a piano xylophone with a puppy head on it. The puppy's head seems to be fixed, so that would be a better choice, if you're looking to get one.
What I would prefer is this one:
I saw one just like it at Walmart a couple months ago, but I didn't have any money to spare at the time, so I didn't get it. If I see it again, I'll be getting it.