Post by American Girl Rescue on Oct 29, 2007 9:18:48 GMT -5
Molly’s Lunchbox -Version II MSALR - $16 (code and price change F5425 - $20 in 2006)
"Metal was in short supply during the war, so Molly didn’t get a brand-new lunchbox of her own. Instead, she carried her lunch to school in a red lunchbox that was a hand-me-down from her sister Jill. Molly’s food wasn’t fancy, but it sure tasted good—a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, a carrot stick, a piece of celery, a ripe pear, and a cookie for desert. You even get 10 practical paper napkins!"
Food sets are always a big hit around here. We have all of them.
Molly's is one of my favorites because it has that adorable little metal lunch box like I used to carry!
The food is so real looking. I love the mini peanut butter & jelly sandwich that Molly has. The oreo-like cookie is a bit big for her, but if it were scale sized, I'm sure we'd loose it too soon. The celery, carrots and pear are more scale.
The lunch box measures 3 1/2" x 2 1/2" by 1 1/2" deep.
The latch on the lunch box is pretty fragile, so I wouldn't recommend it be given to a young child to use. Over all Grade A