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This fantasy story is about 12-year old Sophie’s adventures during her summer vacation while visiting her archeologist grandparents in Greece. They are in the middle of an exciting dig, resurrecting an ancient goddess temple. When she meets a new friend, Tena, the two girls find themselves in trouble as they venture into explorations of their own. The experiences and challenges Sophie and Tena go through teach them the importance of self-love. This hardcover adventure book contains 192 pages, 10 full-color illustrations, a parent workbook and guide. "This book is geared for women and girls," said Bridgette Nofer, Executive Administrator, Nea Matia Inc. Home of SophiaDolls. Launch date: 7/21/2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20633 (added 9/19/2008)
Persephone is the teacher of intuition. She stands 14 1/5" with deep violet eyes and youthful freckles. She wears a white, tea-length toga with indigo, fluted decorated edges and an indigo over-jacket and shawl. She has strawberry blonde locks highlighted with a wreath of narcissus flowers. She has an
elegant gold pomegranate chain and features a realistic body of a women wearing a size 6 standing approximately 5'0" tall. Launch date: December 2007.
Display Ideas: Display with the other Greek Goddess Dolls and the book "Sophie and the Seven Goddesses, A Journey of Self-Acceptance" by Ilene Satala and Beverley Danusis, set for mid-July 2008 release. Place the doll on a sturdy stand or inside a display case.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19615 (added 7/1/2008)
Athena is the teacher of leadership. She stands 16" tall, has piercing gray eyes, and is dressed in an early Greek yellow tunic, skirt and shawl. She has dark brown hair and a realistic body of a woman who would be approximately 5'6", wearing a size 8. She has handmade, faux-leather sandals and chaps
replicating ancient Greek footwear. She wears a shield medallion decorated with the head of Medusa. She is accompanied by a yellow-stone, gold chain necklace. Launch date: December 2007.,
Display Ideas: Display with the other Greek Goddess Dolls and the book "Sophie and the Seven Goddesses, A Journey of Self-Acceptance" by Ilene Satala and Beverley Danusis, set to be available in mid-July 2008. Place Athena on a sturdy doll stand or inside a display case.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19613 (added 7/1/2008)
This 16" doll has long, wavy auburn hair with a suntanned skin tone and brown eyes that reflect infinite understanding. She wears an authentic first-century costume designed by a well-known New York doll dress artist. She wears eggplant colored laced boots, and her dress is regal and majestic with a matching purple headpiece adorned with delicate beads. She wears a red shawl. Launch date: December 2007.
Display ideas: Retailers should display Mary with a red rose and on a stand or inside a display case.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 19610 (added 7/1/2008)
Each specialty doll in the museum-quality SophiaDolls line features strong feminine role models from ancient civilizations. The original series is comprised of Greek goddesses — Athena, Demeter and Persephone — and Mary Magdalene, a woman of inspiration. Ranging in size from 14” to 19”, the dolls are designed to honor the different sizes, shapes and attributes of women and offer healthy personalized role models for women and girls. “SophiaDolls invite women and girls to make peace with who they are and how they look through whimsical fantasy and playful adventure, supported by an interactive workbook and parent guide to ensure actual learning occurs between adult and child,” Diane Estrada of Nea Matia Inc. told TDmonthly. Launch date: December 2007.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16337 (added 11/30/2007)
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