True Hero Lottie Doll (Hospital Stay)
Not all superheroes wear capes, but this one just happens to. This new Lottie doll is truly brave when faced with a stay in hospital. She is inspired by a real child - 12 year old Aoibheann Mangan.
Aoibheann has an amazing story of how she is inspiring other girls to get into STEM. Aoibheann is European Digital Girl of the Year, who taught herself to code. She created an app inspired by her best friend Grace to show other kids what happens when you go to hospital.
Inside Lottie's box you’ll find a QR code that takes you straight to Aoibheann's App.
This Lottie has long dark hair and brown eyes. She is wearing a hospital night dress with rockets, ice creams, stars and other cool stuff printed on it. Instead of a dressing gown she has a red shiny cape and red slip on slippers. Her constant companion during her stay on the ward is her large fluffy teddy bear.
The brand is a winner of numerous international awards.
Why they'll love itSmall, portable size.
The dolls in the Lottie range come in a range of skin, hair and eye colours so if desired the doll can be chosen to look similar to her owner.
Wide range of hobbies and pursuits to reflect the interests of her owner.
Easy to relate to.
Lots of accessories and outfits available to further enhance play scenarios.
Why you'll love itBased on the natural dimensions of a 9 year old child.
Lottie doesn't wear makeup, high heels or jewellery.
She is interested in a range of hobbies from stargazing to gymnastics.
Refreshing role model doll that a child can relate to.