American Girl Nicki's Gala Outfit AG Nicki
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American Girl Nicki's Gala Outfit AG Nicki




This outfit is part of the American Girl 2007 Nicki Fleming Collection. Nicki chose this outfit to wear to her school's gala event. She worked hard and chose this outfit to wear to the celebration. It fits Nicki's western style wear and comes with: 1. A gathered mesh skirt with floral embroidery 2. A twill jacket with lace trim and copper- and nickel-colored studs 3. Rhinestone-embellished ballet flats 4. Six pink hair clips for styling her hair

This outfit is part of the American Girl 2007 Nicki Fleming Collection. Nicki chose this outfit to wear to her school's gala event. She worked hard and chose this outfit to wear to the celebration. It fits Nicki's western style wear and comes with: 1. A gathered mesh skirt with floral embroidery 2. A twill jacket with lace trim and copper- and nickel-colored studs 3. Rhinestone-embellished ballet flats 4. Six pink hair clips for styling her hair



Samantha + Nellie Mini Dolls 6.5" American Girls & Mini Hardcover Books
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Samantha + Nellie Mini Dolls 6.5" American Girls & Mini Hardcover Books





This 6 1/2 inch doll brings Samanthas world to life on a smaller scale. She arrives dressed in an outfit reminiscent of the Victorian era. Plus, she comes with Meet Samantha, a miniature version of the book that tells Samanthas story of growing up in 1904. This 61/2 inch doll brings Nellies world to life on a smaller scale. She arrives dressed in an outfit reminiscent of the Victorian era. Plus, she comes with Nellies Promise, a miniature version of the book that follows her and her best friend, Samantha, in 1904. They are really very cute and have all the details of the larger dolls. For ages 8 and up...

This beautiful Samantha doll is to be retired in about two months. I just bought her best friend (Nellie O'Malley.). I don't have Samantha and not yet Nellie, but she'll come soon. Nellie will be retired, too. Samantha is a strong, firm girl who doesn't cry when she scrapes her knee (see the movie "Samantha, An American Girl."). I read almost all of her books. She is not just beautiful, but awesome. I'm going to get her for Christmas. She has been around for twenty something years and a new AG doll will join. Good-bye, Samantha and Nellie!

Samantha Doll - A Must Have
The Samantha doll is a must have for any girl. From the American Girl Dolls Collection she has 6 books involve her. There are several outfits to purchase that fit Samantha, all accurate to the victorian time period (1904.) Samantha provides educational values and values for life.

Samantha Rocks!
This is my 2nd doll. I got her for Christmas 2008. I'm getting her accesories for my birthday probably. She is beautiful! I love history because of her,Ruthie,and American Girl. I have seen all the movies. Anyway, Samantha was one the the first dolls of AG. Her outfit is beautiful, and she has awesome accesories. I want Nellie too, but I'm sure I won't get her. Samantha Rocks!



Doll clothes that fit 18" American Girl Doll
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Doll clothes that fit 18" American Girl Doll




Doll clothes that fit 18" American Girl Doll Dress only Doll not included

Short stories in small hardback books were published starting in 1999 that gave more insight into the characters, set either during or after the events of the six central books. Some of these were published in American Girl Magazine before being released as small hardcover books. Different "Looking Back" sections pertaining to the story were given (e.g., Addy's Summer Place talks about Cape Island in 1864; Kit's Home Run discusses baseball in 1934.) The last group of stories was published in 2003 and the company discontinued the single books in early 2006, before releasing a "Short Story Collection" for each character. Each book has six stories.[4]

The first dolls in the American Girl/Historical line — Samantha, Kirsten, Molly — all shared the same face mold. The dolls were created with white muslin bodies. The cloth bodies weres changed in 1991 in response to the low necklines of Felicity's period gowns.

Each of the historical characters is given a historical year ending in 4, although their stories cover about two years each. The "Best Friend" line of dolls (companions to the historical dolls) have stories set either during, after or before the events of her companion's series. 



Doll Clothes for American Girl doll
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Doll Clothes for American Girl doll




Doll Clothes fits American Girl Pritty Kitty outfit  Although the books are written for the eight-to-thirteen-year-old market, they cover child labor, child abuse, poverty, racism, slavery, alcoholism, animal abuse, and war, among other topics. The tone is gentle so as to appeal to a school-aged girl. In the back of books is a "Looking Back" section that discussing the character's historical setting, tied into the book theme. (For example, the introductory book introduces the time in history, the birthday story talks about childhood and growing up.)

Short stories in small hardback books were published starting in 1999 that gave more insight into the characters, set either during or after the events of the six central books. Some of these were published in American Girl Magazine before being released as small hardcover books. Different "Looking Back" sections pertaining to the story were given (e.g., Addy's Summer Place talks about Cape Island in 1864; Kit's Home Run discusses baseball in 1934.) The last group of stories was published in 2003 and the company discontinued the single books in early 2006, before releasing a "Short Story Collection" for each character. Each book has six stories.[4]

The first dolls in the American Girl/Historical line — Samantha, Kirsten, Molly — all shared the same face mold. The dolls were created with white muslin bodies. The cloth bodies weres changed in 1991 in response to the low necklines of Felicity's period gowns.

Each of the historical characters is given a historical year ending in 4, although their stories cover about two years each. The "Best Friend" line of dolls (companions to the historical dolls) have stories set either during, after or before the events of her companion's series.




Doll Clothes that fit 18" American Girl Dolls
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Doll Clothes that fit 18" American Girl Dolls




Doll Clothes
that fit 18" American Girl Dolls. Gown and Hat only. Doll not included. Suitable for American Girl Dolls, American Girl is a line of dolls and accessories based on pre-teen girl characters from various periods of American history. Pleasant Rowland began selling them by mail order in 1986. Fourteen million American Girl dolls have been sold, as have 123 million books.[1]

American Girl books consist of several series: American Girl, History Mysteries, and Girls of Many Lands.

In 1998, Pleasant Company became a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc.

The company's flagship line is a collection of historical 18-inch dolls that come with books and accessories. The dolls, representing 9-10 year old girls, live through important times in American history and provide a child's perspective of significant events in American history.

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