Ok so I remember as a kid, so back in the early 2000's, having a Kit Kittredge pen. It was a light almost robin blue fountain pen. It has silver end and tip. It also in the middle had kit riding the banister with a load of laundry. She would slide when you moved the pen vertically up or down.
Just wanted to add that my Felicity pen was made in the same manner. The bottom portion, however, is green. Lettering and font used for the name 'Felicity' is the same. The top portion of my pen has the same 'see through' cylinder barrel and clip. Inside, though, is a panoramic landscape view of a green meadow or pasture. On the far left is a tree. On the far right is Felicity riding her horse, Penny.
My pen still has the UPC code and price attached to the clip.
The pen originally retailed for $4.00. Not $3.99 or $3.98. Just an even $4.00.
La Nea Conner found this oddity... while shopping at a Seattle Hallmark store. Before you get overly excited, it is not an Eskesen . The label reveals the origin to be China. La Nea said there are several designs in the American Girl series. While it is an obvious attempt to copy an Eskesen twist n click , there is a major flaw. There isn't any oil in any of the pens. They are dry. The photo image is positioned on a track, but it does not slide. La Nea and I can't decide if it's a mistake and Hallmark didn't realize the error. Or perhaps it was intentional? Either way, to qualify as a float pen , the pen must have something afloat. The Chinese really missed the boat. (The bottom scan has the truer color of the actual pen.) The clip matches the chocolate barrel.
My three pens each still has their Hallmark price/scan codes attached ($4) and all three still write (blue ink)