Colorable Kids - KeishaA special African-American girl, dressed in Kente cloth pattern, with a Kwanzaa theme. The doll is holding the two symbols for the celebration, ears of corn and the unity cup. A small coloring book shows more illustrations of this even more popular holiday. Part of a series of international dolls from around the world to color in. Later they can be washed and colored again. An excellent gift, fun to travel with. The booklets have lots of information to help your child better understand the doll and the people she represents.
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