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Angelina Ballerina is a children's book series by author Katharine Holabird and illustrator Helen Craig about a fictional mouse, Angelina Jeanette Mouseling, who is training to become a ballerina. The first book in the series was published in 1983 and there have been over twenty books in the series.

The brand was a product line through American Girl from 2001 to 2004.

As an American Girl Product Line

Holabird and Craig licensed products for Angelina Ballerina through American Girl from 2001 to 2004. This line was targeted at young children ages 3+. The line focused on small jointed-plush dolls, clothes, and accessories as well as the hardback books.

Target acquired the rights to the line's license in Spring 2004, and the American Girl products were retired then. Books continued to be written and are now published by Simon and Schuster; licensed products are available through various markets and brands, including animated TV episodes and toys.

Dolls

Outfits

Accessories

Furniture

  • Angelina's Storybook Cottage
  • Bed and Bedding Set
  • Toy Chest and Dresser Set
  • Couch and Table Set
  • Easy Chair and Ottoman Set
  • Cabinet, Sink and Stove Set
  • Table, Chairs and Tea Service
  • Camping Set
  • Angelina's Magical Magnetic Rooms

Books

Note that while the books were published through American Girl during the duration of the line, the series had existed since 1983; these are just the books published with American Girl.
  • Angelina Ballerina
  • Angelina and Alice
  • Angelina's Birthday
  • Angelina's Ballet Class
  • Angelina's Christmas
  • Angelina's Halloween
  • Angelina and the Princess
  • Angelina on Stage
  • Angelina and Henry
  • Angelina's Baby Sister
  • Angelina at the Fair
  • Angelina Ice Skates
  • Angelina Ballerina's Invitation to the Ballet

Children's Items

Trivia

  • Angelina Ballerina items came in unique packaging. Furniture sets came in pink and white striped cardboard boxes with pink rope carry handles. Clothing came in paper bags with a carry handle, closing flap, and a clear window. Clothing came wrapped in pink tissue paper.
  • Many, but not all, fabric pieces have an Angelina Ballerina tag in addition to an American Girl one. Plastic and wooden pieces are labeled as both American Girl and 2000 Hit Entertainment PLC.

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