American Girl Releases Newest BeForever Character

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American Girl released its newest BeForever character, Nanea Mitchell. Nanea is a Hawaiian girl growing up on the island of Oahu during the Pearl War Era.

The Nanea collection features an 18-inch doll with an all-new face mold, hazel eyes, dark brown hair, and several 1940s-era Hawaiian-inspired doll outfits and Nanea-inspired apparel for girls. To help ensure the historical accuracy and cultural authenticity of Nanea’s story and products, American Girl worked closely with an advisory board who provided their expertise in Hawaiian culture, language, and history.

In addition to the collection, the Nanea book series details the character’s love for her family, dancing the hula, fishing with her father, and playing with her dog.

From now until the end of 2017, American Girl will be collecting donations for the American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces (SAF) program to help provide comfort and care to the members of the military, veterans, and their families. The company will match every dollar donation made at americangirl.com or at any American Girl store in the U.S. up to a maximum total donation of $75,000. American Girl is also giving $575,000 worth of its signature 18-inch dolls to the American Red Cross.

To engage girls in Nanea’s world and her inspirational message, American Girl is also introducing Nanea themed sweepstakes, retail events and online play. The Nanea doll is now available in stores and online nationwide.