Girls 'n' Grace

I can through Christ
Still in Business?: 
7755 Bellaire Drive South
76132 Fort Worth, TX
United States
Phone: 1-888-537-8781
Sales channels: 
Direct to customer - catalog
Direct to customer - website
About the company: 

From a press release in American Family Journal



The dolls, books and the Web site  


By Cherry SIMS, AFA media placement director


Pam Davis captures the essence of young girls’ struggles with everyday issues in Sydney Clair’s Season of Change and Mesi, A Girl ’n Grace in Africa – two books from the Girls ’n Grace library.


In the stories, Pam richly describes the setting and life of each character. These books deal with 

real issues to which girls of today will relate and to which the message of God’s grace is applied.


The characters come to life through three lines of beautifully sculpted dolls with faces that reflect the 

inner light God’s grace brings to redeemed hearts. 


Sydney Clair and Patrice are the first of the Contemporary History series of dolls; Mesi is the first of an International line of dolls and a third line, Girls ’n Grace Like Me, allows girls to choose a doll that resembles them. Each doll is dressed in the appropriate costume of her day and comes with a special code for girls to enter on the Girls ’n Grace Place Web site to open a virtual world of their doll’s era or country where they can play games, answer questions, send e-cards, and make a magazine. 


A percentage of the purchase price of each doll goes toward providing a doll and doll-sized bible to girls all over the world who need to hear the message of grace.

This page is part of a community-edited doll Collector's Guide. It is not guaranteed to be complete or 100% accurate but you can help make it so. Dollation is not associated with any doll manufacturer. The product images shown on this page are copyright by the company indicated unless otherwise specified. Images are for reference by collectors to help identify dolls and doll items. Read the full explanation of copyright ownership.