Marisol Luna, Her Life, Her Time

Marisol Luna is a Spanish 10 year old who lives in Chicago. She’s in the fourth grade. Marisol was born to dance, it’s her favorite thing in the world to do! She takes tap, jazz, ballet and folklorico lessons. It’s hard work, but if she keeps it up, she can be a real dancer. Marisol lives with her loving parents in a busy and large Hispanic town in Chicago.

Marisol Luna was introduced December 27, 2004 and became retired December 15, 2005.

Photo courtesy of American Girl Collecting

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November 11, 2007. American Girl of the Year, History of the dolls, Retired items.

20 Comments

  1. Aew3796 replied:

    hi, awesome website! i like american girl too

    i have 5 of them

    a ‘just like you’ doll named Ashley, Kit Kitteredge, Nellie (samanthas best frend), elizabeth (felicitys best frend), and Kailey (girl of the year 2005 or 2006). i just saw the Mia thing on Oprah today, shes kinda kool, i like her red hair

  2. Julia Jarvis replied:

    I also saw Mia on Oprah, and she’s pretty, but I’m probably not going to get her!

  3. Jane replied:

    I saw Mia, and now I really want to!

  4. Jane replied:

    Oops, I forgot to finish my sentence! I meant that I really want to get her.

  5. Airianna replied:

    Hey I LOVE Marisol she ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!! I have her. I also have Elizabeth and Emily. But soon I ‘ll get more. I am so like Marisol I’m 10 ans spanish.

  6. Briana replied:

    hi i LOVE marisol 2 i am spanish but 11 years old and i take ballet, tap, jazz, and character. i love 2 dance and i really want to get marisol. i was going to get her when she was introduced but my sister told me not to get her. so if anyone finds a marisol doll with her whole collection 4 less than $300.00 THAN U CAN E-MAIL ME AT BriBri25@charter.net

  7. adrienne replied:

    I have Marisol and I love her! I’m not Spanish though… her hair is a mess! It’s all poofy because I got her when I was 10 and I didn’t know how to take care of dolls then. But I still love Marisol.

  8. Ellie replied:

    Marisol was my first American Girl Doll! I’m not Spanish but I still think she is sooo pretty! I did have to trim her hair though, cause it got kinda frizzed at the bottom.

  9. Juionna replied:

    Don’t cut her hair!!! I gurantee you that you’ll mess up. Gotta go my butler is waiting for me!

  10. sylvierosen replied:

    Congratulations! If you are reading this because you are here from the scavenger hunt, then you are finished with the hunt and you should go back to the front post and comment with your name and the time that you read this comment.
    Maybe you are the first one!!!

    Congratulations,
    Julia and Sylvie

  11. chocogirl8 replied:

    I have Marisol and she ROCKS! I cut her hair REALLY SHORT and I love her cause it makes her special!!!

  12. sam replied:

    i have this doll she is so cool i lost the hat and the necklace and i didnt know she was spanish i am 10 and she looks like me and is my only american girl doll my mom will buy me more stuff on chirstmas! o why is she not on the american girl doll web site thats not fare?

  13. sam replied:

    I READ WHAT SOMEONE SAID ABOUT CUTING HER HAIR THAT IS SO WRONG THAT WILL RUIN THE DOLLS HAIR {ARE YOU NUTS WHOEVER WANTS TO DO THAT}

  14. sam replied:

    IT IS POSE TO BE A MESS AT THE BOTTOM OF HER HAIR AND HAVE A LITTLE CURLE TO AND I AM NOT SPANISH

  15. sam replied:

    I DONT GET IT

  16. kylee replied:

    What part do you play in the Nutcracker?

  17. Priscilla replied:

    Marisol is Spanish????
    Isn’t she Latin-american???

  18. Priscilla replied:

    Marisol comes from a Mexican-American community. NOT SPANISH!!! (Spanish = Spain —> Europe)

  19. Madison 'n Rachelle replied:

    Hello Earthlings.
    G’Bye.
    -Rachelle Michelle
    &-Madison Danielle

  20. Elise replied:

    i just got Marisol a few days ago, off ebay. she has gotten a very short haircut ( of COURSE not by me) and i am going to rewig her. its kind of like my own custome doll! 🙂

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