Posable 18-inch Doll & Storybook
Our Generation 18-inch doll Coco isn’t just an ordinary baker. Her specialty is chocolate! In fact, she loves chocolate so much that instead of calling her by her full name, Cordelia Columbia, her friends and family call her Coco (the main ingredient in chocolate!). Coco has a huggable soft body and lifelike features, from her beautiful brown eyes that open and close to her long brunette hair and cute freckles. And she’s posable! She can bend her arms and legs to make the perfect dessert with her chocolate-making accessories. This set includes a swirl tool, drizzle spoon, candy funnel, mixing bowl, scraper, chocolate mold, takeout box, and 12 pieces of pretend heart-shaped chocolates! She even comes with a scented sticker sheet that smells like yummy chocolate, so you can add a chocolatey touch to your favorite accessories! Coco arrives wearing a cute knit sweater, skirt, headband, and shoes with real laces to tie. Follow Coco’s journey in her beautifully illustrated storybook, Writing with Chocolate, to find out if chocolate can help improve her, um, handwriting??? The easy-to-read chapters are perfect for younger readers, and it makes for a great bedtime story too!
Small parts.Not for children under 3 years.
- 18-inch doll
- 1 skirt
- 1 sweater
- 1 headband
- 1 pair of undies
- 1 pair of shoes
- 1 apron
- 1 swirling tool
- 1 drizzle spoon
- 1 candy funnel
- 1 mixing bowl
- 1 chocolate scraper
- 12 pieces of pretend heart-shaped chocolates
- 1 box
- 1 chocolate mold with insert
- 1 scented sticker sheet
- 1 storybook
- 1 bookmark
- 18-inch Baker Doll: bake up chocolatey fun with Our Generation 18-inch doll Coco!
- Detailed Features: beautiful brown eyes that open and close, long brunette hair to style, and cute freckles.
- Posable: huggable soft body; knees and elbows bend to easily change outfits and bake the perfect dessert with the chocolate-making accessories!
- Beautifully Illustrated Storybook: follow Coco's journey in her easy-to-read chapter book, Writing with Chocolate, to recreate her sweet adventure!
- Includes: doll, sweater, skirt, headband, apron, a pair of undies, shoes, swirling tool, drizzle spoon, candy funnel, mixing bowl, chocolate scraper, 12 pieces of pretend chocolate, box, chocolate mold with insert, scented sticker sheet, storybook, and bookmark.
- Mix & Match: outfit has easy-open closures to quickly put on and remove; compatible with most 18-inch dolls and accessories.
- Recommended Age: suggested for kids ages 3+ (small parts).
All About Coco
Caring for Your Our Generation 18-inch Doll
Coco arrives with long brown hair that's fun to style in a lot of different ways!
First things first - haircare for your doll will be easier with the proper tools!
We recommend using a round-tipped wire brush.
You will also need a small spray bottle filled with water. The best kind to use will be able to spray a very fine mist (instead of a strong jet).
Second, make sure to avoid heat and never use styling products on your doll's hair (or body)! Heated styling tools like hair dryers or straighteners and products like gels or mousses can permanently damage your doll.
To help brush her hair, we recommend very lightly misting her hair with water - not too much! - to remove static and make the hair easier to detangle.
OG Dolls are always ready for fun and adventure. Just remember - the BEST kind of adventure for your OG Doll is in your imagination!
Your Our Generation doll has a cuddly, soft body that should not get wet. Pretend swimming is ok! But please do not submerse your doll in water.
OG Dolls love pretending to play on the beach, but please make sure not to let your doll sit in the sun for too long…exposure to heat of any kind can cause serious harm to your doll!
We know you will do everything you can to keep your doll happy and healthy.
Writing with Chocolate
Cordelia Columbia loves chocolate. That's why her friends and family call her Cocotm. Not only is it easier to say than Cordelia Columbia, but "cocoa" is also the main ingredient in chocolate. If only Coco felt as passionate about her handwriting as she does about a caramel-filled chocolate truffle. Her teacher says her handwriting is impossible to read. Coco's best friend, Mei, is the opposite. She loves making fancy letters with fancy pens. Lately, she's been spending all her free time with a new friend. They've even started a calligraphy club. Coco feels left out. To her, "Cambi Laflamme" is a friend-stealing villain! Can chocolate help Coco win back her friend, improve her handwriting, AND come up with a great idea for her school's Valentine's Day Craft and Bake Sale?