The Mosi Doll
Hearts For Hearts Girls
Mosi lives in the United States, representing the Native American region in the state of New Mexico. She helps her mom and dad to keep the Native American culture alive. Her mother is a potter who makes beautiful pots and bowls to sell and use in sacred tribal ceremonies and her father runs a small sheep ranch. In the summer, Mosi visits her grandmother who lives on a reservation. There she learns of the challenges many people face each day living on the reservation. Her grandmother tells her the old stories about their people and Mosi learns the importance of keeping her culture alive.
An assortment of 14″ multi-cultural dolls representing girls from countries around the world. Each doll has a story included that tells how she is working to help improve her life and the lives of people in her community. Each doll has soft rooted hair and is dressed in fashions authentic to her country. Dolls come with book, hair comb and bracelet for girls to wear. There is a kid-safe website that let’s girls learn more about HFHG, read stories and play games. A portion of the sale price goes to World Vision, a charity that helps fund projects in each of the countries the dolls represent.
Suitable for ages 3+