The Beatrix Girls are going to be one of the hottest toys of the holiday season, I’m sure of it. My daughter was so excited to get one to play with. She’s been playing with her for two weeks straight, which may be a record for toy love in our house.
And here’s the disclaimer: I was given the Beatrix Girls doll Lark to review. All opinions about Beatrix Girls are my own (and my daughter’s).
Lark’s got big green eyes and silky orange/red hair. She’s from Boston, so my East Coast girl can relate to her pretty well. Lark is a rocker chick who’s a bit grungy and a little bit punk, just like my little rocker chick.
The 12″ dolls are cute, sassy, and so much more than just simply dolls. The Beatrix Girls are rock stars (my daughter loves listening to their song online), and they teach girls about the values of empowerment, friendship, hard work and determination. What great values to teach young girls!
The Beatrix Girls: They’ll Rock Your World. A New Line of Collectible Pop-Star Dolls to Empower and Inspire Girls Through Their Music, Fashion and Lifestyle
The Beatrix Girls, an innovative new line of collectible pop-star dolls driven by original music, will make their debut at TOYS R US nationwide on October 14, 2013. The Beatrix Girls is poised to empower and inspire young girls throughout the country through their music, fashion and goal-oriented lifestyle. With fully developed personalities, The Beatrix Girls band members Brayden, Ainsley, Lark and Chantal live and interact in the human world—producing real music, real hits, and real fans. Kids can collect their music, join their fan club, and vicariously live the fantasy of being a pop-star through play. MSRP: $24.99 (Each Doll) – $99.96 (The Collection).
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