How Mattel is Ruining American Girl Dolls
If you’re a daughter of the 80s or 90s, the American Girl line of dolls, accessories and books is probably near ... celebrating birthdays and Christmas, each character also struggled with the major challenges of her time. Little girls love these books ...
American Girl: How Radical Can a $105 Doll Be?
The first generation of American Girl Doll owners are now young adults who have started looking back fondly at their childhoods, and this has resulted in a spurt of articles about these dolls. It is difficult to look back at your youth without ...
Book Review: ‘Nicky Epstein Knits for Dolls’
Back in December, knitwear designer Nicky Epstein came to Knit-a-Bit in Westfield and signed books. I made a little video of the event and wrote about it. During the video, she mentioned that her next book would be about knitting for 18-inch dolls.
American Girl Dolls Really Need To Remember Their Roots
When I was in first grade, I didn't want to be Cinderella or Strawberry Shortcake. Instead I desperately wanted to be a spunky Revolutionary War-era tomboy, specifically Felicity Merriman, one of the original American Girl book characters and dolls.