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Hope was born on 1st February in Accra, Ghana. She then moved to London with her parents and has become friend with Lea, Jun, Parth and Mr. Globe.
Hope has natural, dark curly hair and likes to decorate it with her favourite red poppy.
She also likes animals and loves to visit the city farm in the capital.
Hope was born on 1st February in Accra, Ghana. She then moved to London with her parents and has become friend with Lea, Jun, Parth and Mr Globe.
Comes with a little world passport, Hope is a soft and cuddly doll that would make any child’s best friend and a great tool to teach children about diversity. Hope, Jun, Lea and Parth are good friends living in London. Each of them comes from a different cultural background and they are going on an exciting adventure to explore the world with Mr Globe! Take them home and discover the story of “Adventures in One Dear world” with children!
– Conforms to both the European Toy Safety Standard EN71 and the US Toy Safety Standard ASTM F963
– Designed in London with love
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We are a multicultural family living in London, one of the most diverse cities on earth. Winnie was born and bred in Hong Kong and Rafael is half French half Greek. Being born and raised in different culture gave us first hand cross-cultural experience. We believe that a lot of conflicts can be avoided if we have a better understanding of our differences and work together to find a common ground. We have a little boy called Alex. When he was still a baby, Winnie tried to find him an African rag doll and found that the choices for ethnic rag dolls were limited. Because of this she was inspired to make changes in the toy market. We want all children to grow up having a secure self image, appreciating themselves as they are and learning to respect others. Hence, we have created a collection of multicultural dolls and storybook that allow different children to be represented in toys & books and allow parents to introduce diversity to children from an early age.
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