Meet the Magic Attic Dolls


The Magic Attic Club is about a group of girls who discover a trunk of dress up clothes in an attic. When they look at themselves in the magic mirror, they get transported to a different time and land where the clothes came from.  You can read more about these dolls and their history at

Allison McCann


Favorite things:  playing sports

Color: Blue

Allison is a tomboy who was once found playing basketball in a bridesmaid dress! She is hardly afraid of anything and loves to take on a dare.  She struggles a little in school because she has dyslexia and has to go to a tutor for extra help.  She loves being active and usually chooses outfits that inspire adventure when she goes through the mirror.


Megan Ryder


Favorite things: writing, reading, daydreaming

Color:  yellow

When Megan grows up she plans to be a foreign news correspondent or an author.  She loves animals and owns a cat named ginger and she dreams of owning a dog and a horse.  She is considered the class “star” because she is very smart and loves to read anything she can get her hands on.


Heather Hardin


Favorite things:  friends, painting, art, ballet

Color: pink

Heather hopes to be a ballerina when she grows up.  She is always planning meetings, parties and sleepovers with friends.  Her father is a pilot and she has had to move around a lot so she is especially grateful for her Magic Attic friends.


Keisha Vance


Favorite things:  having fun, church choir, gymnastics, helping out

Color: purple

Keisha has many responsibilities because both her parents are out working so she has to care for her little brother and sister a lot. She is very enthusiastic and sometimes gets carried away with too much energy.  She enjoys learning about African customs and hopes to visit the country some day.


Rose Hopkins


Favorite things:  computer games, learning about the Cheyenne Native Americans, her people.

Color: green

Rose is a little new to the Club since she had attended a private school previously.  She is considered a computer whiz but she loves listening to stories and learning the Cheyenne language that her grandfather tells her. Rose loves to play soccer and plans to be a lawyer when she grows up because she is never afraid to speak out if it will help others.


Sara Ryder


Sara is actually a 2003 Megan doll with a haircut!  The new line debuted Megan with a new face sculpt.  I changed her name to Sara and made her Megan’s little sister.

Favorite things:  nature, hiking

Color: yellow

When she grows up: She hopes to be a forest ranger.


Chloe Tonnor


Poor Chloe was debuted in 2001 when the company who made the Magic Attic dolls were doing poorly.  She never got a book so nothing is officially known about her.  I read that people were disappointed with her since she was just a blond haired blue-eyed doll that shared the same face mold as Rose and the same color as Heather.  They were hoping for an Asian doll.

Favorite things: fashion, fashion design, shopping

Color: pink

Chloe was really busy this past summer as a camp counselor and life guard.  She taught girls how to kayak and go water rafting too.  She volunteers at a clothing store and hopes to run one of her own when she grows up.


Here are some pictures of the original Magic Attic Club:


Here is what the back of every book looks like if it were a picture featuring dolls:


-Heather (the human)




About jackylina

Hi, I'm Heather (the human) and Jacky (the doll) wanted us to start a blog together about all the dolls in my room. I collect 18"dolls such as American Girl, Carpatina, Magic Attic, and Kidz n Cats. I love dressing them up and creating photo stories for you to enjoy! I'm a Christian and you will see a Christian influence in this blog because I can't help glorifying the Lord!
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23 Responses to Meet the Magic Attic Dolls

  1. CutePolarBear says:

    I LOVE the Magic Attic Club dolls! My favorite is Megan; mainly because she has red hair and her clothes are yellow. (my favorite hair color and my favorite color!)


  2. I loved reading about all the Magic Attic Club dolls!! I have read some of the books, and I think they are such a fun doll line. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  3. Hi Jackalina! I nominated you for the Blogger Recognition Award. Go to my blog for details. 🙂

  4. Oops, sorry to spell your name wrong.

  5. girlofgod11 says:

    I read the first book!

  6. I remember they used to have information about Chloe on the official website. Didn’t she like surfing? I also remember her saying she liked poetry and song-writing and that she had a twin brother named Conner….I’ll never forget that because I’m a twin. But I can’t seem to find any more information on her.

    • jackylina says:

      Wow! That is ALL news to me!!! I thought she was completely underdeveloped as a character. If you ever find anything more, let me know!

      • I sure will. I used to visit the main Magic Attic Club website when she was first released in 2001. I’m trying to get back into it at the Wayback Machine, but it’s tricky. XD

  7. Dorothy in PA says:

    Hello. I have a quick question. I had the Megan from 2003 that you wrote about. But I don’t have her anymore. I have not been able to find her on ebay. Any suggestions for where I might search? Thanks!

  8. Dorothy in PA says:

    Hello. I wanted to let you know that I found the Megan I was seeking! It’s a holiday miracle.

  9. Dorothy in PA says:

    Megan arrived and I just love her! She is a little musty though. I will have to clean her up.
    Now I am seeking two more impossible older dolls – Kidz N Cats – Ariane from 2013
    and Gotz – Happy Kidz – Luisa from 2013 (with blond hair).
    Geez, why do I do this to myself (laugh)?

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