Reviews Toys for Girls Friends Forever Girls
Girls; Inspire U. LLC., made in China, MSRP $89.99, ages 6+, Dr.
Toy 10 best of 2008 award winner.
Well move over Barbie
Girl because a few new girls have moved into the neighborhood.
The Friends Forever Girls, are real girls for real girls. They
are ethnically diverse and each one with her own unique look and
personality. The 18 inch-tall vinyl dolls have moveable arms and
legs and were crafted to represent the realistic body of a young
with Natalie, Reina, Marlee, Kristine and Kyleen, form a community
of six friends. Each of the dolls has been accurately sculpted
to represent the diversity of our communities today! The Friends
Forever Girls, dolls created specifically to promote positive
play and foster responsibility while helping young girls to build
For long-time friends and Wisconsin natives Kristi Necochea and
Lisa Quakenbush the idea of giving back is at the core of their
business philosophy. Their goal is to model a set of core values
that inspires young girls. Friendship
which is the positive message the Friendship Forever Girls want
to bring to little girls play.
The Toy Guru crew played with Reina (which means "Queen"
in Spanish). Her bio is impressive; she wants to be a veterinarian
when she grows up because of her love of animals. She understands
that she has to work really hard in school because you need good
grades to be an animal doctor. She recently moved to this new
neighborhood, where she met all the Friends Forever Girls!
The Toy Guru
crew liked that she was contemporary and enjoyed her story. The
First Day of Forever Book, and the Butterfly Promises bookmark
come with the doll. She has long black, brushable hair, and comes
dressed in jeans, shirt, plastic penny loafers with red shawl
and purple backpack.
The other dolls' stories come to life through a series of books
that take the reader through the challenging and exciting adventures
of everyday life. Young readers can understand and relate to the
age-appropriate book series (ages 6+) that use contemporary stories
and introduces the Butterfly Promises.
So are you
ready to take the Friends Forever Girls Pledge?
Be the best I can be
Use kindness and be fair
Tell the truth
Treat others the way I want to be treated
Encourage my friends
Respect myself and others
Find the courage to do what's right
Listen to others, and remember
You can do it!
the Author: Mary Rose is a Mommy, a writer and an early childhood
educator who believes in learning through play and the value of