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Doll of the Week: Julie!

Julie is the Doll of the Week this week!

Julie was released on September 10, 2007. She has the Josefina mold, blond hair, light skin, and brown eyes. She came in a white blouse, turtleneck shirt and bellbottom pants from 2007 to 2014 and a yellow vest, white tank top and bellbottom pants since 2014.


Julie lives in San Francisco in 1975 with her mother Joyce and sister Tracey. In Meet Julie, she moves in to an apartment with her mom and sister after her parents get divorced and has to fight to get a spot on the boy's basketball team at school. In Julie Tells Her Story, Julie deals with her emotions about the divorce and an injury at a basketball game while working on a school project. In Happy New Year, Julie, her whole family is invited to her best friend Ivy's Chinese New Year party, and she worries about the relationship between her dad and sister. In Julie and the Eagles, Julie spends Earth Day spreading awareness about the endangered bald eagle to raise money to release two bald eagles back into the wild. In Julie's Journey, Julie joins her cousins on a wagon ride in honor of America's bicentennial. In Changes for Julie, Julie decides to run for student council president to reform detention, but the other students are skeptical about her vice president choice, a deaf girl named Joy.


Julie is still available.


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@sydney please do a post on disabled representation I have read Julie 6th book and the disabled representation is amazing McKenna the representation is pretty good as well

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RedRockCrafts
RedRockCrafts
01 jun 2020

On American Girl's website they have #ThankYouHero scrubs available for pre-order. They come with a face mask, shoes, and shirt/pant scrubs and are available on August 13 for $24. The website says, "To pay it forward, for every doll-sized American Girl® #ThankYouHeroes Scrubs outfit sold, American Girl will donate one of its popular doll craft activity books, totaling up to $135,000 in retail value, to the First Responders Children’s Foundation, which benefits the children of first responders leading the fight against COVID-19."

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KirstenKitFan
KirstenKitFan
01 jun 2020

this is fitting since julie's first book is on the online library now. a disabled representation post would be so cool! :D

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Sydney
Sydney
01 jun 2020

Do you guys want a post about the disabled representation in Julie (and McKenna)'s books from the perspective of an actual disabled girl (aka me)? I thought it would be fun to do, but wasn't sure if you guys would want to read another one of my disabled representation rants.

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