The majority of these lines are currently retired through American Girl.
American Girl Retired Lines
- American Girl Minis
- American Girl Original Intermediate Fiction Novels
- Girls of Many Lands
- History Mysteries
- Hopscotch Hill School
- Miss AG Bear
- Wild at Heart Series (also known as Vet Volunteers)
Currently Active Lines
Previously Licensed Lines
Angelina Ballerina had licensed products through American Girl from 2001 to 2004 which focused on small jointed-plush dolls, clothes, and accessories. They were based on the Angelina Ballerina book series. Books are now published by Simon and Schuster and licensed products are available through various markets.
Amelia's Notebooks by Marissa Moss was published in collaboration with American Girl starting approximately in 1998 (with the first four books being reprinted from Tricycle Press). Amelia excerpts appeared in American Girl Magazine, and American Girl also released various products (listed at "Miscellaneous Products" on the Amelia's Notebooks Wiki). These included:
- Messenger bag
- Amelia T-Shirt
- T-Shirt (different version)
- Denim Jacket
- My Life scrapbook
- "Amelia's Moving Pictures" animated feature
- Amelia's Card Game
- Your Notebook (with help from Amelia) (video game from Brøderbund Software)
- Pins (similar to Grin Pins)
- Magnetic Bulletin Board
The Doll and Kit included a ten-inch rag doll of Amelia, My Notebook (with help from Amelia), Amelia's Easy-as-Pie Drawing Guide, Amelia's Stationery Set, a friendship frame, a pencil case with various items, a multi-color pen, a set of twelve markers, and a sheet of stickers.
A website, Amelia's Desktop, was run by American girl until 2005.
The collaboration with American Girl ended by about 2003. The series ended in 2015, and continue to be republished through Simon and Schuster and are available via various markets.
- (e.g. the Historical Characters/BeForever, modern line, Create Your Own Girls of the Year, Bitty Baby/Bitty Twins, Modern Style Pets, or WellieWishers.)
- Most links in this section, and information provided, is from the Amelia's Notebooks Wiki.
- Not a comprehensive list.
- "Amelia's Notebook", MarissaMoss.com, accessed 30 June 2020.