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Melody Ellison


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I’m Melody. Fairness and equality for all people sound like music to my ears. More than ever, I need to lend my support at home, at church, and around my neighborhood. It’ll take courage, but adding my voice to others can really make a difference.


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9 Music stand sold separately.


5 | Melody™ Doll & Paperback Book DKM86 $


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The 18" Melody doll has deep-brown eyes that open and close, and thick black hair. Melody’s authentic 1964 outfit features a bright A-line dress and a headband for her hair. She includes underwear and socks, plus shiny-blue patent shoes and the paperback book No Ordinary Sound.


6 | Melody’s Accessories DKH82 $ 24 CHOKING


HAZARD (1) Not for children under 3 Includes a felt hat with ribbon trim, a patent purse, cat-eye sunglasses, and a civil rights campaign button.


7 | Melody’s Fancy Floral Dress DKH90 $ 8 | Melody’s Electric Piano DKM87 $


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Requires 3 AAA batteries, not included. Adult assembly required. 9 | Melody’s Microphone Set DKH91 $


38 Requires 3 AAA batteries, not included. Adult assembly required. SEE P. 20 FOR FULL CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS. 34


Winner of the 2016 Oppenheim Toy Portfolio PLATINUM Award


Page into the past—find BeForever™ BOOKS AT AMERICANGIRL.COM and in our stores.


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WHEN YOU PURCHASE THE DOLL, BOOK, AND ACCESSORIES


Melody IN HER STORIES. LEARN MORE ABOUT


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