American girl dolls are inclusive of a variety of ethnicities and are toys that generations of girls, boys, women, and men will hold a lifetime of loving memories of. Over the years dolls have changed in how they are made; what remains is how someone feels when they receive a doll.
American Girl has this adorable 6” Josefina Mini doll and book set for their Special Edition 25th Anniversary. This doll is dressed in Josefina’s holiday outfit and comes with her own name sticker, and, with her story being set in 1824, it is sure to guide pretend play for your child.
American Girl Z is from the BeForever doll collection, and she comes with her paperback book about her filmmaking adventures. Girl Z has a camera displayed on her shirt, she wears a cute sparkly pair of shoes, and has long hair your child can brush. Your child will love pretend play with Girl Z.
Lea is the 2016 American Girl of the year; she stands at 18” with eyes that open and close, a moveable head and limbs and long wavy hair. This sweet girl doll comes with her Lea Dives In paperback book that your child can read and include in pretend play.
Saige the American Girl of 2013 doll has a southwestern taste in fashion and her beautiful long red locks fit well with her style. She comes with the Saige paperback book which is sure to be a hit with your child, and will lend to pretend play, and hours of enjoyment.
The American Girl Kaya comes in beautiful Native American costume: tan colored leather looking dress and moccasins with beads and fringe. Kaya’s long dark hair is braided with braid holders and matching fringe that completes her beautiful look, and she comes with her paperback book, Beforever Meet Kaya.
American Girl’s Cecile doll stands 18” tall in her lovely teal dress and black boots with her dark brown ringlets flowing down. Cecile’s paperback book, Meet Cecile, is set in her hometown of New Orleans in the 1850’s, and the story is about friendships, and teaches necessary lessons for young girls.
Nanea the American Girl Beforever doll wears a 1940’s style outfit with crisscross strap shoes and a hibiscus flower clip for her flowing dark hair. Her paperback book, Growing up Aloha, gives a hint of where your child will travel in their pretend play with Nanea on their many adventures.
Gabriela McBride is the American Girl of 2017 and she comes with her paperback book to share with her new friends. Gabriela is dressed in stylish workout clothes and comes with bright pink headbands that look great in her dark curly hair. Your child will have lots of fun with this American doll.
American Girl WellieWishers Willa stands at 14.5”, perfect for younger girls to use their imaginations for pretend play and to have a good friend. Willa especially loves animals and her outfit displays that well with hedgehogs and a bunny ear headband. So, if your child loves animals, she will adore Willa.
WellieWishers are a group of American Girl dolls especially made with girls ages 5-7 in mind. Ashlyn is one of these dolls, standing at 14.5” with long brown hair your child can brush and style, she’s known for making her friends smile, and for being the planner of all things fun.
American Girl Tenney stands 18” with curly flowing hair and eyes that open and close. She wears a cute outfit of denim, fake leather, and cute ankle boots. Tenney also comes with her own paperback book and bracelet, and her hands position to hold her guitar and pick (sold separately).
The perfect American Girls for younger kids are the WellieWishers like Emerson. This group of dolls stand 14.5” and the Wellie boots they wear are designed to work with their clothing style. Emerson’s boots have a ballet toe shoe design that go great with this dance lover’s tulle skirt.
Kendall is a WellieWisher American Girl who loves drawing and inventing, and will keep your younger child’s imagination and creativity on high during pretend play times. This sweet 14.5” bundle of happiness wears her curly black hair in pigtails with a headband that coordinates well with her outfit and Wellie boots.
This 18” American Girl Samantha comes to you with her paperback book, Manners and Michief. Fun is to be had and lessons are sure to be learned as your child reads Samantha’s book with her. What follows no one yet knows as imagination guides these two in pretend play.
American Girl Beforever Addy stands 18” tall wearing her adorable royal blue dress with black trim, bows, and black boots. Your child can go on an adventure while reading Addy’s paperback book, Finding Freedom, then carry on using their imagination and creativity for further pretend play with this huggable new friend.
American Girl’s Logan is an adorable male doll with eyes that open and close, short brown hair, and an adorable green and blue outfit complete with tennis shoes. Logan can hold instruments (sold separately) due to his special hand positionin, and will make a great addition to your child’s American Girl’s collection.
What lessons and adventures will American Girl Molly teach your child about in her paperback book, Meet Molly? Molly dresses in 1944 clothing and has a story to tell about the World War II era. She will make a great forever friend for your child, and they will spend hours together in play.
Isabelle is the adorable American Girl of 2014 – she stands 18” tall wearing Capri pants, with a dancer tee and dance shoes. Isabelle has hazel eyes and flowing blonde hair, and she is ready to dance her heart out with your child. She comes with a paperback book for reading time when play is done.
Maryellen is dressed from the top of her head to the tips of her toes in the cutest 1950’s attire, and comes with her adventurous paperback book. She stands 18” tall and is known to be energetic and optimistic, good qualities that make her a great friend for your child.
American Girl dolls are adorably dressed, and Rebecca is no exception in her pretty purple and white outfit from 1914. This 18” doll wears a shiny gold barrette in her cute curly honey brown hair, and she is ready for play or for your child to read her paperback book, The Sound of Applause.
American Girl Melody is so darn cute and stylish in her green, blue, and yellow 1960’s outfit as she arrives at your door. Her Beforever novel, No Ordinary Sound, is sure to be filled with adventures, laughter, and something your child will want to read repeatedly with Melody by her side.
The Real thing with the Coake Family has a DIY pattern to make American Girl doll Isabelle’s tutu inexpensively. The pattern she uses and walks you through came from Doll It Up. The tulle she found happened to match perfectly. The one thing she cites is to have patience while making it!
Just Craft It has a step by step video on a DIY American Girl Doll Rey Costume on YouTube. The costume made in this DIY is from the Star Wars Movie, The Force Awakens, and they fit American Dolls perfectly. Once you create this DIY costume, you may just want to create more and more.
Yes, our dolls do deserve to have their own beds, and Average But Inspired has a DIY for an American Girl doll bed for under $20.00. The supply list is small, then you are taken through a simple step by step guide on how to make the bed.