Etymology: from the constructed international language, Esperanto, a universal second language created to foster peace and international understanding. 1: Charity, 2: love of one’s neighbor
Meet the Karito Kids! Created to inspire global awareness and charity in your child’s heart, these dolls are beautifully made to focus on the distinctiveness of their ethnicity. Standing at 21′ tall, they wear the latest fashions and are comfortable enough for your daughter to carry around on her own daily adventures. Karito Kids represent cultures such as: African, Asian, Caucasian, Latin, and Mediterranean.
Not only are these dolls amazingly created, but they also come with a matching book. There is excitement, adventure, and mystery that take place in each girl’s home country. In addition, the readers can extend the book experience by locating clues throughout the story that will allow them to solve mysteries on the website.
There is one outstanding concept behind the Karito Kids collection, the idea to give back. With their first purchase, children will activate their donation by entering a unique serial number on the website and selecting one of four causes which will impact children around the world. They also earn points by playing games on the website which will convert into real donations that the kids can direct to their selected cause.
We had the privilege to receive Wan Ling and were immediately impressed with the design and detail of the doll. The book depicts Eleven-year old Ling as girl who has just moved from her family’s home in rural Chengdu to bustling Shanghai, China, where her father will be caring for endangered pandas at the city zoo. Her determination and inquisitive nature sometimes get her into—and out of—trouble. Ling comes with her own passport and a 144-page, hardbound fiction book that includes pages from her scrapbook about Shanghai! This adventure is already ranked top on my daughter’s favorite list.
Go Ahead, Open her world. Open her mind. Open her heart.
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