Monday, October 21, 2013

TOY REVIEW: Meet the Newest Hot Toys of the 2013 Holiday Season - The Beatrix Girls!!!

Meet Beatrix Girl Chantal -  She will Rock Your World!!!
Rock out with the Beatrix Girls for the 2013 Holidays...

Special thanks to Pop star Club, LLC for providing a complementary Beatrix Girls doll to facilitate this review. I am an Amazon affiliate member.

This year while attending the BlogHer13 conference in Chicago, I was invited to the Big Toy Book's Sweet Suite party that featured the hot toys of the upcoming 2013 holiday season.

I felt like a total VIP getting to check out the hot toys that every child (and children at heart) will want for the Christmas season. And while I love a good tech toy, it was a more traditional toy that caught my eye while at the party - a set of rock star dolls called The Beatrix Girls.

The Beatrix Girls
The Beatrix Girls are a group of strong rocker chicks who know how to make beautiful music together. The group is made up of ultra feminine Ainsley on the drums, fiery red haired Lark on guitar, super cool Brayden on lead guitar, and French Canadian Chantal on keyboard.

These 12'' fashion dolls are pop musicians and role models for a new generation of empowered young girls who just be themselves and follow their dreams.

Chantal is one super cute doll.  From styling her hair to dressing her in super cool clothes, to rocking out with her rock music pals, this is one fashion doll with which young girls will love to play. And she is a girl after my own heart since, besides being a rock star and a fashionista, Chantal also loves to blog!!!

The Beatrix Girls dolls just became available for purchase this month. You can find the dolls in-stores and online at Toys-R-Us and purchase The Beatrix Girls online at and also at where each doll plus her musical instrument is sold for $34.99.  The dolls are recommended for kids age 6 to 15.  Due to the small parts, the dolls are not safe for ages 3 and under.

For more information, follow the Beatrix Girls on Twitter at and on Facebook at

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