These dolls remind me of the hugely popular dolls that every girls begs for. You know what they are, and you know why they're popular. Girls like to play with dolls that look real and can really be played with.
The Hearts for Hearts Girls fit the bill. They are lifelike, come with interchangeable outfits, and brushable hair. But they also come with a gift for someone else. A portion of each sale is donated to a children's cause in the country the doll is modeled after.
Meet the girls:
- Meet Consuelo from Mexico City. Colorful and warm, Consuelo provides aid to hungry children who are homeless and live on the streets near her parents’ bakery.
- Meet Lilian of Belarus. Determined Lilian provides aid to girls whose parents must find work in the big city and are forced to leave their children with orphanages.
- Meet Dell from the heart of Kentucky’s Appalachian Mountains. Dell creates music and knitwear to share with others in need of warm clothing.
- Meet Rahel of Ethiopia. Rahel, who dreams of becoming a doctor so that she can make a real difference for people in her region, journeys with her family into the wilderness of Ethiopia to help bring back aid to her community.
- Meet Tipi from Laos. Based on a real girl who shares her art and storytelling with others through dancing, drawing, and puppetry, Tipi leads her school in a mural contest in hopes of winning much-needed books for her class.
- Meet Nahji who hails from Assam, India. Brave Nahji breaks tradition to bring courage and education to the girls who work in the tea fields of India.
One Suburban Jungle readers is going to have the chance to win one of these dolls!