Kids’ Voices Matter
At Lottie Dolls, kids are at the heart of everything we do. Inspirational kids, from around the world, have influenced the creation of our dolls and accessories. Representation matters to us and our range of characters has been created with balance – of gender, ability, ethnicity and interests – in mind.
From a boy doll in an astronaut suit to a range of STEM/STEAM toys that introduce activities like stargazing and fossil-hunting to kids.
Read our stories of inspiring kids and be empowered!
Empowering kids is at the heart of everything at Lottie Dolls HQ. With a range of toys that focuses on diversity and representation, the company aims to celebrate kids in all their glorious, heart-warming and life-affirming diversity. Welcome to the toy company that is helping to change the world for all kids!
Lottie Dolls’ Mia the Wildlife Photographer was created to reflect the brand's mission: that childhood should be an inclusive place, for all kids, regardless of gender, ethnicity or ability. Mia wears a cochlear implant but that is just part of her story.
The Lottie Dolls’ team are on a mission: they’re empowering kids – regardless of gender, ability or ethnicity - to follow their dreams. Enjoy this inspirational story about how astronaut Tim Peake unlocked a whole new world for a little boy with autism and how a representational doll – with benefits for all kids - was created along the way.
Most kids haven’t exchanged heartfelt hugs with world leaders that were captured on film and then beamed around the world. But then Mari Copeny isn’t most kids. Read on for an inspiring story of girl empowerment that proves kids’ voices matter.