Lottie Dolls - Wildlife Photographer
Lottie doll wildlife photographer, Mia is a winner of 'Positive role model' award.
Mia wears a cochlear implant, which is part of her story rather than a focal point; as reflected in the Lottie chapter books. Mia is a collaboration with 'Toy Like Me' a UK non-profit who campaign for diversity in the toy-box and for better representation of disabilities so that differently abled children can see themselves reflected in the toys they play with. She wears a bright red jacket with a lady bird t-shirt underneath, jeans with red spotty wellies and a denim hat and bag to match. She has a camera and Branksea school news with her too.
She is packed in a reusable box with handle and on the back it reads' From birds and butterflies to all kinds of creepy-crawlies, I’m just mad about wildlife. Everywhere I go, I carry my camera with me. Because who knows when – or where - a brilliant photo opportunity will pop up? A beautiful photo can tell its own story. I hope that my pictures will inspire other children to love wildlife as much as I do and to take good care of this wonderful planet of ours!
Lottie dolls have been designed to look like a 9 year old girl. She does not wear make-up , high heels or jewellery. This gives a clear message about a healthy view on body image and presents a positive role model for young girls.
Suitable for ages 3 and over.
Lottie doll is 18 cm tall
Box size 16 cm x 24 cm x 6 cm approx