Stargazer Lottie Doll
A cosmic doll for children who love space. Lottie can most definitely stand on her own two feet. Stargazer Lottie has long straight brown hair with a fringe and brown eyes.
A British child who lives on Branksea island (loosely based on Brownsea island, Dorset). The brand is a winner of numerous international awards.
This particular Lottie won (USA) Oppenheim Toy Portfolio 2015 - Platinum Best Toy Award and (USA) Space Age Awards 2015 - Little Scientists.
Suitable for children aged 3 years +
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Standard DeliveryOur Standard UK delivery charge is £2.99. All in-stock orders will be dispatched within 2 working days and orders are fulfilled Monday – Friday (not including bank holidays).
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Why they'll love itSmall, portable size. Comes in a range of skin, hair and eye colours so if desired Lottie 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.
Stargazer Lottie has her own telescope and tripod. Plus Solar system collector cards.
Why you'll love itBased on the natural dimensions of a 9 year old child. Ethnically diverse. Lottie doesn't wear makeup, high heels or jewellery. She is interested in a range of hobbies from fossil hunting to gymnastics. A refreshing role model doll that a child can relate to.
Made by a British company and developed in collaboration with the European Space Agency.
This version comes with a 'Notable women in astronomy' information sheet.