Thank you to our friends at the BBC Family Education and News who mentioned Lottie Dolls as the perfect gift for a girl who loves Robots & Dolls!
Gary Grant from the Dream Toys selection committee was live with Ciara Riordan with some of the toys on top of their Christmas list for 2017, and when one commenter asked for the perfect gift for a 9-year old girl who likes Robots and Dolls, Lottie was the obvious answer 😊
Ciara Riordan, co-host of the live video, was asked via the comments section: “Are there any good toys for girls, aged 9, who like Robots & Dolls?”. Ciara, who was familiar with the Lottie brand, recommended us at the perfect gift...
“Now I was telling you about a friend of mines, he’s got the Lottie Dolls. Lottie Doll is a small doll and is based on the average dimensions of a 7-8-year-old. Lottie has… she’s actually up in space now in the International Space Station, and she’s got all different types of characters and clothes, and she’s not your average… not a Barbie doll or anything like that.”
Check out the clip of Ciara and Garry chatting about Lottie:
Lottie is the perfect mixture of fun and factual – with her wide variety of hobbies, interests and friends, the Lottie, Finn & Friends range has something for everyone 😊 On top of all her exciting interests, Lottie is based on the average scientific proportions of a 9-year old child, making her hugely relatable to children.
Lottie Dolls start at RRP: €19.95 // £18.99 // $19.95
Lottie dolls, an Irish doll company who believe that childhood should be an inclusive place where every child belongs regardless of gender, ethnicity or ability and aim to reflect that in their collection. Developed alongside academics in child development, unlike other dolls, Lottie Finn and Friends are based on nine-year-old children, the dolls are therefore relatable to all the elements of childhood – Lottie’s motto is Be Bold, Be Brave, Be You!
Six of the Lottie products to date have been inspired by ideas from real children from around the world. When launching Lottie, the vision was to create a range of dolls that would empower children to be themselves, to be imaginative and adventurous and - most of all – to have fun!
Lottie Dolls are now on sale in over 30 countries and here, on www.lottie.com