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Kid Activist Lottie Doll

Regular price £21.99
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This very special Lottie doll has been inspired by an American child sometimes referred to as Little Miss Flint. Mari Copeny became known to the press in 2016 when she exchanged a heartfelt hug with President Obama. Mari had written to the leader when she was 8 years old, asking him to intervene in the Flint Water Crisis where there hadn’t been clean water since April 2014. Since then, there have been other campaigns led by this small but mighty activist including using her 11th birthday to launch a gifting drive to provide over 600 bikes and 1000 books for Flint Kids.

Kid Activist Lottie has been created in Mari's likeness. She has brown eyes and natural curly black hair (plus signature tiara). Dressed in denim shorts, sneakers and a cosy jacket with a bold slogan t-shirt and campaign badges.  A placard and megaphone complete the set.This brand is a winner of numerous international awards. Part of the Gold Collection. 

Suitable for children 3 years +

Boxed dimensions: 15.2 x 5.1 x 19 cm

Why they'll love it

Small, portable size.

The dolls in the Lottie range have different skin, hair and eye colours so if desired Lottie can be chosen to look similar to her owner.

Wide range of hobbies, passions 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 it

Based on the natural dimensions of a 9 year old child. Ethnically diverse. Lottie doesn't wear makeup, high heels or jewellery.

Lottie is interested in a range of hobbies from stargazing to gymnastics.

Refreshing role model doll that a child can relate to.

Made by a British company.

An inspirational child and an inspirational doll. Mari, now a tween, aspires to be President of the USA. Kid Activist perfectly demonstrates this toy company’s vision that childhood should be an inclusive place where every child belongs regardless of gender, ethnicity or ability.






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