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  • You can purchase American Girl dolls and merchandise at , but kids want to touch and see dolls in person, right? , some Arizona parents may have had to plan a road trip to do that before buying.

    The press release goes on to say that in October (just in time for holiday gift-giving), 97 select Toys "R" Us stores nationwide will debut 700-square-foot American Girl shop-in-shop locations. The mini-shops will sell an exclusive selection of 18-inch Truly Me American Girl dolls (for age 8 or older), along with their accessories and outfits. Also in October when these little shops launch, will be American Girl's newest WellieWishers dolls, just right for ages 5-7.

  • I'm American Girl Doll Artist, the main blogger here at Small Dolls in a Big World. There's lots to do here! You can meet all 6 of my dolls, and learn about their favorite things. Or, you can read photostories and product reviews! If you are feeling artsy, print out a couple of my coloring pages - I drew them myself! You'll find even more coloring page fun at Peppermint Pursuits, my Etsy shop. Thanks for stopping by!

    I'm American Girl Doll Artist, the main blogger here at Small Dolls in a Big World. There's lots to do here! You can meet all 6 of my dolls, and learn about their favorite things. Or, you can read photostories and product reviews! If you are feeling artsy, print out a couple of my coloring pages - I drew them myself! You'll find even more coloring page fun at Peppermint Pursuits, my Etsy shop. Thanks for stopping by!

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  • American Girl
    Molly McIntire, one of the American Girl dolls
    Type Doll
    Inventor Pleasant Rowland
    Company Pleasant Company, Mattel
    Country United States
    Availability 1986–present
    Official website

    It started out innocently enough. Miss Priss needed (wanted?) a shelf to hold all of the we made at Christmas, so her doll restaurant would seem more authentic. I found a for 50% off at Michael’s (A LOT of assembly required). It really looked like a display at a bakery. Crafty obsessive idea brain immediately took over. Hadn’t Sewing Sister made miniature cakes out of plastic bottle tops? If I just picked up a few supplies, I bet I could make cakes. Did we really have enough American Girl doll food from Round One to fill the display? Perhaps not. And so, food production began again.

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I personally never had any American Girl Dolls (dolls aren't really a guy thing), but i have a sister a little bit older than me who absolutely LOVED the dolls and their stories. My mother (who by the way also loved the stories and even had a few dolls herself) would read the book to my sister, brother and I when we were younger during our "bedtime stories" time after dinner. It was always under protest from my brother and I, but none the less she would read them quite often.
I remember 1 story in particular about a girl growing up in New Mexico (Josefina i believe?) whos mother had died and she had to deal with that and live on. I don't remember many other details about the book itself (except that i seem to remember the girl having a goat).
Where i was going with this rant was that i don't believe that time period had everything to do with the stories. i think they tried to teach lessons about life to (dare i say "prepare"?) girls (and maybe not only girls) about hard life situations.