I am adding this doll as my Halloween doll – different countries mark the day when the souls of the dead are within our reach- before going over to the other side.
There are many ways to mark this time – All Souls Day, Day of the Dead, Ancestors Day. But hey, when this go wrong this Werewolf Willa doll is the dolls to bring out of the toy box. What would Willa say to Covid?
There will be limited Halloween Trick or Treating in 2020. Time to stay safe indoors with your singing dancing Zombie. I will add Willa Lykensen to my blog about Where to Buy Black Dolls Online have put my affiliate link below- shop locally if you can.
Dolls for black girls have come along way. Collectors of black dolls find a lot to love in the huge range of black Barbies. Mattel has made a big contribution to the world of multicultural diverse and representative dolls. In my blog about Where to buy beautiful black dolls online I am hoping to draw attention to less well known black dolls.
In the meantime I am always looking out for DREAMTOPIA Chelsea dolls. This is an affiliate link. That means that if anyone uses this link to buy Chelsea I get a micro-payment,
I will be adding some gorgeous male dolls to my blog on Where to buy beautiful black dolls online – The Fresh Dolls are doing amazing things – details to follow when I get some tiiiimmme! Dr Lisa is doing great things with dolls on Instagram. The dolls have been updated and Lisa advises grabbing older models like Jacqueline before they disappear!
A Fairy in the Family is my book about a black fairy princess who has somehow ended up, not in fairyland, but living with a total normal family. She is an urban fairy inspired by my neighbours in South London. I wanted to create a book with a black girl on the cover for girls to identify with.
And my wish came true – The book has traveled the world and kids in London, ireland, America, Jamaica, South Africa, France. Grown ups call the book “a mirror”- girls says “she looks like me”
This is the new 2020 front cover of A Fairy in the Family – this book first came out in 2009 and the new cover shows Bekki looking the part of a black fairy princess.