American Girl Nanea Mitchell, is here! She was officially welcomed into the BeForever family this week and her story is an important one for girls of all ages.
Nanea Mitchell is a Hawaiian girl growing up in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1941. Throughout her story, girls will learn about the courage and aloha spirit of the islanders during World War Two. American Girl worked closely with an advisory board, including an eye witness to the Pearl Harbor attack, while developing Nanea's product line. These five-members, provided American Girl with their expertise in Hawaiian culture and history.
In Store Fun August 25th-26th
Visit your local American Girl store for free Nanea-inspired events! There will be hula demonstrations, crafts, a doll drawstring bag giveaway, and a chance to win a Nanea doll! Find more details and locate your store here.
American Girl is supporting the American Red Cross and their Service to the Armed Forces mission. From August 21st, 2017 to December 31, 2017, American Girl will match any customer donation, up to $75,000 maximum, made at americangirl.com or at any American Girl store in the U.S.
To see all of Nanea's debut collection, check out AmericanGirl.com or visit her in store!
I went to my first American Girl store a few weekend ago. Son wanted to see what all the talk was about among his female friends. We were in awe. I think if he could have he would have bought one for himself.
She is a beautiful doll and love her story! What a great way to educate young girls
My daughter has been begging to visit the store. She loves the dolls and the books! Another great add to the collection here.
Awe!!! I love it! I was obsessed with American Girl growing up. Can’t wait until my girls are old enough to play with them.
Aww she’s beautiful! I cannot wait until I can buy my girls a American Girls to play with!
I love how this beautiful doll came to life, her story is an important one!
I’ve never been to an American Girl store. I don’t think that there is one anywhere around us. The new doll looks great though