The Miss Possible Doll Toys for Girls Feature Enpowering Role Models

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Aug 19, 2014 • References: indiegogo & fastcoexist
The Miss Possible doll toys for girls were inspired by notable women like Marie Curie, Bessie Coleman and Ada Lovelace, serving as real role models from history.

The dolls work in tandem with an app, which brings the story of these incredible women to life. From there, kids will also be able to take part in educational activities and play games that pertain to each woman's achievements in history. As part of its successful Indiegogo campaign, Miss Possible's first doll will be a young version of Marie Curie, that stands 14" tall, complete with brushable hair and a lab coat to wear over her dress. Although three of the inspiring role models have already been chosen for the Miss Possible dolls, the fourth one will be put to a fan vote. Stats for Inspiring Educational Dolls Trending: Older & Chilly
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