April is here! The birds are singing, the weather’s warming and the spring birthdays are starting. There are so many American Girl dolls we sell at Girl AGain that have birthdays this month. Like Addy, the historical doll from 1864. Her birthday is actually a very important plot point in her story. She didn’t even […]
Diversity of the American Girl Dolls by Sarah F.
Representing all girls in American history When Pleasant Rowland introduced The American Girls Collection in 1986, there were only dolls of one race. After a few years, American Girl introduced some dolls of different races for girls to connect with. For example, Addy Walker who was released in 1993 was the first African American Girl […]
How Addy Honored her Mother – a life struggle
Many girls in American History did not have an easy life. Addy Walker and her mother were slaves, which meant that they were owned by a master and forced to work on his plantation. This is her story of how she honored her mother. The year is 1863. Addy Walker has suffered a few losses. […]