Pandemic Humor: Meet the 2020 Historical American Girl Doll

Now meet Chloe King, the Historical American Girl doll for 2020!

You’ve met the American Girls of history — Kit Kittredge, who weathered hard times with grit and gratitude during the Great Depression. Melody Ellison, who lifted her voice for fairness and freedom in 1963. Kaya, the Native America, who respects and protects the Earth.

Now . . . meet Chloe King, the Historical American Girl doll for 2020!

doll at desk with computer, cards
Chloe is also a card shark

Chloe has a lot to navigate, from the comfort of her own home, because it’s not safe for her to go anywhere. Read Chloe’s adventure story in Chloe King Is Attending School from Her House!

Chloe comes with all of these great accessories:

1.) Mask

For when she absolutely must go to the store for periods of no more than 20 minutes!

doll with green face mask
Chloe wears a mask to show she cares for others!

2.) A computer

So that she can attend school from her bedroom. Read about Chloe’s tense interaction with Ms. Munro in the Chloe story, Chloe Turns Off Her Zoom Camera Because She Literally Can’t Even!

3.) Pajama pants and fuzzy slippers

Because no one sees the bottom half of you anyway!

4.) Sourdough Starter

Because she figures, why not? She has nothing but time!

Meet Chloe’s dog Fauci!

Her family adopted him in March just to have something different to do, and he gets to go on 15 walks a day!

black and tan stuffed dog
Fauci would just like to rest, please

Chloe’s hairstyle is “Hasn’t been brushed in weeks!” 

caucasian doll with messy brown hair
Comb not included

Remember this exciting time in history with Chloe King, as she rides out the COVID-19 pandemic from the safety of her home, and looks forward to seeing her friends and grandparents again in real life sometime soon!


 

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Sharon Falduto is a Central Iowa native who came to University of Iowa in 1991 and essentially never left the area. She is involved in local community theater, notably as one of the co-founders of Iowa City's Dreamwell Theatre. She has also directed children's plays with the Young Footliters group. Sharon works in with English Language Learners in a support position at Kirkwood Community College.. She lives in Coralville with her husband, Matt, and three daughters Rachel, Samantha, and Piper.

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