Maplelea doll Saila-Canadian version of the girl doll. She represents a Native Canadian. Maplelea has various ethnic choices in dolls. Pair the doll with a quality book (even movie) to make that good doll/book combo for your daughter, granddaughter, etc.
1980 Kivalliq Inuit (First Nations) Amauti (Woman's Parka) at the McCord Museum, Montreal - From the curators' comments: "The amauti is perhaps the item of clothing that best illustrates how the past coexists with the present. Still made and worn today, the amauti is a living legacy that dates back thousands of years."
This layered outfit enables Saila to adapt her school day outfit to the weather. The weather this morning calls for her to wear her hooded cable knit sweater over her long sleeved grey heathered shirt, her denim skirt and matching grey heathered leggings!