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Dora the Tween Explorer ... Revealed!

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Last month, we told you about Dora the Explorer's extreme makeover. She's now a tweenager, goes to middle school, and has moved to the big city. Here's a sneak peek of her new look.

Dora the explorer

Gina Sirard, vice president of marketing for Mattel, says: "Girls really identify with Dora and we knew that girls would love to have their friend Dora grow up with them, and experience the new things that they were going through themselves."

As a tween, Dora has moved to the big city, attends middle school and has a whole new fashionable look. She will also have a rich online world, a la Webkinz, in which girls can explore, play games, customize, and solve mysteries with Dora and her new friends.

Here's a sneak peek of Dora's new look. What do you think?

Are they seriously making Dora a TWEEN?! Sound off!

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69 comments so far | Post a comment now
Tavia September 5, 2009, 4:20 AM

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;) Thanks in advance. Vladimir.

Raeviana November 10, 2009, 9:30 PM

I love the new Dora! I mean, I’m not saying other peoples opinions are wrong, but I just totally love her! Now, I can actually have role model that’s not younger than me! I checked out her sites, and she was setting a great example for girls my age to follow. She was helping out her community, has great friends, and gets along with everybody! I hope other kids find her examples helpful, and will follow them as well too. As I said, I love the new Dora, and I hope you do too. Thanks!

Ivy November 11, 2009, 10:13 PM

I love the new Dora!Why does everybody complain?

dee dee November 29, 2009, 9:02 AM

can you not see they have already made the new dora? stop complaining!

oceana August 9, 2010, 5:36 PM

I love it because ages 11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,and 19 can grow up with Dora as a tween.Other kids wont make fun of them if Dora is a tween.

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