How did Selma’s Dolls start?

Selma’s Dolls started when the co-founder couldn’t find soft dolls for her two year old, Selma, that represented diversity of culture, race, religion and physical and intellectual disabilities. READ THE FULL STORY HERE.

Where are the dolls and storybook made?

All three dolls and book are manufactured in China.

What are your dolls made out of?

Each of our dolls is made out of a combination of Jersey Knit Fabric, Tricot and Soft Boa. Each doll is 12.8 inches tall and was made in a way that makes her easy for little hands to grab and sturdy enough to sit upright by your side.  

Are these dolls safe for my kid?

Yes. We worked with plush industrial designers to create a toy that is safe for your toddler (ages 2 and up). We also worked with our manufacturing facility to ensure safety and compliance measures were in order.

Do you have plans to make more dolls?

Yes! We sure do and there are plenty more to come! Check back on our site for new friends to be added in the future. You can also SIGN UP for our newsletter to stay up-to-date with the latest news and information.

My toddler loves these dolls and I’d like to share my story. Is there a good way to do that?

Yes! And we would love to hear from you. Please CONNECT WITH US and share your story on our social pages or by email. 

Is Selma's Dolls on social media?

We sure are. Follow us on FACEBOOK and on INSTAGRAM.

How much do these dolls cost?

Each doll and book (sold together) costs $39.99. The same book titled “First Day of School” comes with each purchase.  SHOP HERE.


What is your return policy?

Our products have guaranteed returns. If you’ve experienced an issue with your shipment, please contact Amazon (or your local retailer where you purchased the product).

Why did you start with these three dolls?

We wish we could have launched with 20 but we had to narrow down to a number (3) that we could manage. We created Lola in honor of the co-founder’s Mexican heritage, and created Down Syndrome and Muslim friends since these are two communities that have underrepresentation in ragdolls. Our hope is to create several more dolls in the Selma’s Dolls collection! Sign up for our NEWSLETTER to stay up-to-date with the latest news and information about new dolls.