American Girl’s Luciana doll motivates young girls to be an Astronaut
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American Girl’s Luciana doll motivates young girls to be an Astronaut

For many years, American Girl has been motivating young girls through its series of dolls. The dolls say about the other part of the life, and its inspire young, energetic girls to establish their identities in this world. As per the report, Luciana Vega, an astronaut doll is the top American Girl of 2018. The 18-inch doll Luciana Vega was launched on ABC’s Good Morning America event. The event was attended by a group of young girls, and all are dressed up in Space Camp uniforms.

Katy Dickson, the president of American Girl, said, American Girl’s 2018 Girl of the Year, Luciana Veg who is the champion of STEM and a natural-born leader puts her whole heart to convert her dreams into reality. The 11 years old doll is an astronaut who has dreamed to be the first person to land on Mars.

The doll Luciana motivates young girls to come over boundaries and take risks so that they can know about failure and success during the journey of life.

The Astronaut doll comes with the flight suit, spacesuit, a Mars habitat, and Maker Station. The doll can be connected to a smartphone via its app. Even though the American Girl provides expensive dolls and accessories, it is the progressive toymaker. Talking about its some expensive dolls, the list includes Logan, a Korean-American named Z Yang and Nanea Mitchell a Hawaiian character from World War II.

Dressed in a flite and a space suit, Luciana will be available in major stores from today. The toymaker, American Girl, is now working with NASA to make sure that all the information given about Lucian is correct.  Well, besides that, American Girl is also providing scholarships to 20 young girls to join a space camp and to fulfill their dreams.

Dr. Megan McArthur Behnken, a NASA astronaut, stated that he had able to follow Lucy through all of her story and adventures, and has given feedback from an astronaut’s perspective on the authenticity of her story and the activities that she participated.