If you loved playing with paper dolls, share some paper doll joy with your kids or grandkids!

Jenny Taliadoros, Paper Doll Review (www.paperdollreview.com) is keeping the pastime of paper dolls alive and well through her wonderful and fun collection of paper dolls available on her website.

Just a few paper doll categories include: African American. Fairy Tale. Christmas. Movie Star. Royalty and many others. And, there's a FREE section where you can print some out on a home printer. What a fun way to spend some quality time with your little ones!

Nicholas Nutcracker & Brittany Ballerina the main characters from my book are also available as a "free" download on Paper Doll Review (www.paperdollreview.com) for your young loved ones. The book is available to purchase for gift-giving this Christmas 2020 at: https://www.amazon.com/Christmas-Love-Story-Nutcracker-Ballerina/dp/1734745509

And, for more fun-facts on the history of paper dolls, please go to the article below.

History of Paper Dolls and Popular Culture

A Two-Dimensional View of Fashion

"Pretty Paper Playthings. Paper dolls were popular playthings from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century. Technological advances in the 19th century dropped the cost of printing and made reproducing pictures much easier, leading to an explosion of illustrated, paper ephemera including prints, books, magazines, and cards."

Here's a website that shares the history of paper dolls at: https://www.womenshistory.org/articles/history-paper-dolls-and-popular-culture#:~:text=Paper%20dolls%20were%20popular%20playthings,books%2C%20magazines%2C%20and%20cards.