Queens of Africa Dolls...
A gorgeous doll for empowering young girls to embrace their culture, the power of education, and a hope for their future.
From the summary:
Queens of Africa dolls are made for children and young teens who love fashion, playing with friends and sharing imaginative adventures. What's more, they're also a chance for parents to help their kids embrace their historic roots and to share in the amazing cultural experience that Africa offers today's global community. More than just a black doll for girls, our heritage collection is a true lifelike representation of young, powerfully educated women who love embracing life, friends and their share of fun!
Queens of Africa...Nneka
About Nneka - Queen of Africa Doll
The Nneka Doll represents the Igbo (or Ibo) ethnic group of Nigeria. Her name means "Mother is Superior" and she is blessed with beautiful, honey brown skin, a strong connection with her culture, and a love for science! More than anything, Nneka loves to solve puzzles, reading novels and discovering historical writings. Her favorite subjects are social studies, physics and chemistry and she plans one day be a Chemical Engineer or a Chief Urban Planner; when she's not producing short plays! Always smiling and cheerful, Nneka enjoys making friends and sharing joyous moments together. Naturally imaginative and curious, Nneka's loveable personality is magical.
Queen of Africa Doll, Azeezah, is from the Hausa ethnic group of Western Africa. Her name means "Esteemed, Precious, Cherished". Blessed with rich deep brown skin, striking looks and a love for art, Azeezah loves to express herself creatively. She loves making art, writing and singing. She loves to debate and doesn't shy away from a challenge. Her favorite subjects are Fine Arts, Agricultural and Natural Sciences. She cares for others and would love to be a doctor and a human rights activist. Azeezah's adorable nature makes her school mates and friends love her. ***The Azeezah Doll Playset consists of the Azeezah doll, an outfit, jewelry accessories, a bag, a pet dog and an ownership booklet and information card on back of packaging. *We believe that toys influence how kids view and relate to themselves and each other.
Queens of Africa...Wuraola
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The Wuraola Doll represents the Yoruba ethnic group of Africa. Her name is means "Gold/Precious Wealth". Blessed with golden brown skin, attractive looks and a love of movement, she loves to dance. She loves numbers and is fascinated by world economies. Her favorite subject is Mathematics, Economics and Accounting. She believes in financial literacy and wants to be the President/CEO of her own investment company. ***The Wuraola Doll Playset consists of the Wuraola doll, an outfit, jewelry accessories, a bag, a pet dog and an ownership booklet and information card on back of packaging.
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