The Niña Doll (also known as Josefina's Doll) was introduced to Josefina's Collection in 1997 and retired in 2012. It is associated with the book Josefina's Surprise. Retail cost was $14 and was later increased to $15.
Cloth muslin doll. Embroidered eyes, eyebrows, and mouth. Black fine yarn hair braided and up in a bun, covered by non-removable lace mantilla. Small attached gold loop earrings. Non-removable dress in similar design to Josefina's Christmas Dress and Mantilla: yellow and brown striped dress with Regency-style sleeves. Black ribbon sash and bow at waist. White ruffled collar. Attached white petticoat. Removable white pantalettes.
- The word "niña" means "little girl" in Spanish.