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Paulette Goodreau Paulette Goodreau is the designer for Goodreau Doll LLC: a company owned and operated by the Goodreau family. She has been sculpting and designing dolls and their costumes for the last four years. She has BFA in art, drawing and painting, from Long Beach State in California. She is also an author and Illustrator.

Web site: www.goodreaudoll.com
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101 Frankly Speaking: Anne Frank’s words inspire doll artists and give strength in these “crazy times.” Stephanie Finnegan
102 The Cat’s Meow: Zelda &Scott, the Great Gatsby and fashion fads, are part of doll culture. Stephanie Finnegan
103 Spring Awakening: Bunnies, baskets, babies, and divinely inspired dolls—including the pope—define Easter. Stephanie Finnegan
104 On Your Toes: Madame Alexander keeps dance fans cheering with their ballet beauties and cuties. Stephanie Finnegan
105 Return to Oz: More wizardly and magical dolls crop up along the collectible brick road. Stephanie Finnegan
106 Oooh’s and Ahhh’s: Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful dolls are works of wonder. Stephanie Finnegan
107 Toy Fair 2013: Dying for a good time? The Javits Center was alive with wicked and wondrous collectibles. Stephanie Finnegan
108 Worldwide Wonders: Collectors set records with their doll passions and obsessions! Stephanie Finnegan
109 Guys and Dolls: A “manly man” gets in touch with his “Chatty Cathy” side. Stephanie Finnegan
110 On the QT: “Django Unchained” dolls have gone underground and are netting record prices. Stephanie Finnegan
111 Inauguration Ideal: Dolls venerate the highs and lows of the highest office in the land. Stephanie Finnegan
112 Ikea Ideals: Like a well-loved dollhouse, there’s always room for dreams and desires. Stephanie Finnegan
113 Christmas Carnage: How the “Elf on the Shelf” mistakenly got incinerated in my house. Stephanie Finnegan
114 The Half-Time Report, Part II: A look back at the most discussed and commented-upon blogs of July to December Stephanie Finnegan
115 The Half-Time Report: A look back at the most discussed and commented-upon blogs of January to June Stephanie Finnegan
116 Guys and Dolls, Girls and Guns? Do toy trends reflect our world or create our society? Stephanie Finnegan
117 Second Helpings of Wisdom: A banquet of brainy doll talk and witty observations. Stephanie Finnegan
118 Highlands Heroines: Disney’s “Brave” celebrates the strength and spirit of mothers and daughters. Stephanie Finnegan
119 Electoral Collage: Dolls & figures pay tribute to the first president and his colonial peers. Stephanie Finnegan
120 Creature Features: Makies and Mattel provide made-to-order fun. Stephanie Finnegan
121 Monster Mash-up: Dolls and an impending storm create a “FrankenFest” of thrills and chills! Stephanie Finnegan
122 Let’s Get Ready to Rumba: NFL or DWTS? Both are physical, ferocious, and fan favorites. Stephanie Finnegan
123 Super Sleuthing in Doll Land: James Bond and his female counterparts make a killing in collectibles. Stephanie Finnegan
124 Rockin’ Contradiction: Tough and trash-talking, public and private, rock stars dazzle doll artists. Stephanie Finnegan
125 Fashion Police: Tim Gunn, Stephen Burrows & the Blonds make arresting ensembles for Barbie! Stephanie Finnegan
126 Happy Birthday . . . no, make it birth-week! There are too many dolls for a day. Stephanie Finnegan
127 Cuckoo for Kewpies: The adorable love messengers are turning 100 years old. Stephanie Finnegan
128 Empty Nest Syndrome: From the Obamas to the Simpsons, Spice Girls to Star Trek, matryoshkas are madcap! Stephanie Finnegan
129 Wild for Steampunk: Wilde Imagination’s Imperium Park swings open the visionary floodgates. Stephanie Finnegan
130 A Touch of Evil: Disney debuts a lineup of designer villains that are gorgeous and ghastly! Stephanie Finnegan
131 Go for the Gold: Does your doll collection reflect a winning attitude? Stephanie Finnegan
132 Record-breaking Dolls: 2012 Olympics invites elite sports figures to become literal figures. Stephanie Finnegan
133 Dolls for the Defense: Both Lady Gaga and Candy Spelling are ensnared in “playful” lawsuits. Stephanie Finnegan
134 Exclusively Exotic: Two fabulous new dolls go in one era and out another! Stephanie Finnegan
135 Days of Thunder: What do Suri Cruise, a future queen, a North Korean dictator, and a wannabe star have in common? More than you think! Stephanie Finnegan
136 Looks to Diet for: Would you rather be a Barbie booster or a Princess Di diehard clone? Stephanie Finnegan
137 Who Rules the World? Beyoncé is right. It’s “Girls.” Stephanie Finnegan
138 The Monroe Doctrine: Gentlemen prefer blondes, but what about collectors? Stephanie Finnegan
139 In the Nick of Time: Stevie Nicks’s vulnerability may be the seed of her doll collecting. Stephanie Finnegan
140 Seeing Green: Could a Cee Lo Green doll be a potential money-maker? Stephanie Finnegan
141 Glowing Through the Decades: “The Dark Crystal” celebrates sculpting, dreaming, and 30 years of design brilliance. Stephanie Finnegan
142 Collectible Carell: Steve Carell is the go-to guy for embodying the highs & lows of collecting Stephanie Finnegan
143 Go-Go Girls: Why do star athletes look more like pole dancers than pole vaulters? Stephanie Finnegan
144 Freeze Frame: Toys, tots, and creativity close up Stephanie Finnegan
145 Princess Phone: A chat about why some girls, like Kate Middleton, have all the luck! Stephanie Finnegan
146 Imagine That: Are dolls our friends, our possessions, or something entirely else? Stephanie Finnegan
147 Puppet Panache: Temperamental stars have to rein it in as they learn to pull each other’s strings. Stephanie Finnegan
148 The Hunger Games: Mattel feasts upon a cautionary look at future kids in America. Stephanie Finnegan
149 Face Time: a charity doll raises awareness and two teen “living dolls” raise eyebrows on the Net. Stephanie Finnegan
150 American Horror Story: Should a John Wilkes Booth doll light a powder keg of controversy? Stephanie Finnegan
151 Lady Luck: RuPaul may be a walking-talking doll, but what happened to the fashion figure? Stephanie Finnegan
152 China Doll: The forbidden doll photography of Liu Xia strikes a blow for freedom and democracy. Stephanie Finnegan
153 Oscar Opus: A cyber awards show made for collectors to feel like a red-carpet winner! Stephanie Finnegan
154 Toy Fair 2012: My fair ladies, lambs, long lines, and laughter. Stephanie Finnegan
155 Hits and Misses: Which doll would you like to see on the big screen? Stephanie Finnegan
156 Too Hot to Handle? Computer geeks, Middle East hierarchies & public demand combust. Stephanie Finnegan
157 Toying Around the TV Set. Stephanie Finnegan
158 Dollars and Dolls: Making dolls and a living is the American dream, and beyond. Stephanie Finnegan
159 Barbie Beating Cancer: Is Mattel bound to make a connection? Stephanie Finnegan
160 Cradling Memories, One Doll at a Time Stephanie Finnegan
161 Talk of the Town: Famous folks dish about dolls, designs, dirty secrets, and more dolls! Stephanie Finnegan
162 Teen Teams: Should tomboys and varsity letters have a place in the fashion-doll universe? Stephanie Finnegan
163 Seasoned Greetings: Toys and dolls and bears can brighten a lonely senior citizen’s day. Stephanie Finnegan
164 Bounty of Baby Dolls: A Thanksgiving Tradition Continues Stephanie Finnegan
165 Keepin’ It Real: Kim Kardashian answers the booty call of brides, books, and Barbies. Stephanie Finnegan
166 Mackie Monsters Meet Maximum-sized Mini Men: Happy Halloween! Stephanie Finnegan
167 Tattoo You: Barbie puts her stamp on the fuss over “how far is too far.” Stephanie Finnegan
168 The Artful Dodger: Can someone explain what distinguishes a doll maker from a figural artist? Stephanie Finnegan
169 Narnia No More: Is there a chance of the C.S. Lewis dolls making a return trip? Stephanie Finnegan
170 Character Clones: Despite some facial slip-ups, the collecting force is strong. Stephanie Finnegan
171 Remembering 9/11: A decade after our world came tumbling down. Stephanie Finnegan
172 Dolls & the Deluge: An extreme weather condition has an unexpected sunny ending. Stephanie Finnegan
173 We Love Lucy: A special anniversary gives doll collectors a chance to be in the show. Stephanie Finnegan
174 Dolls in Danger: Courtney Love’s confessional “Doll Parts” still aches 20 years later. Stephanie Finnegan
175 Revolutionary Road: Created to save humanity, a hero emerges . . . from the toy box. Stephanie Finnegan
176 Farewell, Mr. Mattel: Toy tycoon Elliot Handler passes away at age 95. Stephanie Finnegan
177 Pottering through Potterville: A place where Harry, Hermione & Ron will forever prevail. Stephanie Finnegan
178 Hoarding Around: Do we see a bit of ourselves buried amongst the TV show’s exploitative camerawork? Stephanie Finnegan
179 Mother of Invention: Are reborn/real dolls lifelike or life-sapping? Stephanie Finnegan
180 Liv and Let Liv: A Happy Meal reveals some “heavy” food for thought. Stephanie Finnegan
181 Heroes or Antiheroes? Today’s newsmakers include wretched rascals, reality stars, and a real Weiner. Stephanie Finnegan
182 Green Day: Barbie’s money making vs. Greenpeace’s fist shaking Stephanie Finnegan
183 Ken-Do Attitude: Is it brave, foolhardy, or enlightened to buy a doll for your son? Stephanie Finnegan
184 Homeland Security: Hug a doll and thank a soldier this weekend. Stephanie Finnegan
185 Hammer Time: Singer Alicia Keys is bidding her dolls farewell. (Cue the violin music.) Stephanie Finnegan
186 Beautifully British: Figuring out the angles to be a super Anglophile Stephanie Finnegan
187 Mommie Dearests: The Mother of all Doll Collections Stephanie Finnegan
188 Trump It Up: Donald Trump is still mum about his doll-buying ways. Stephanie Finnegan
189 Starved for attention: Weighing in on the life-size Barbie debate. Stephanie Finnegan
190 Mother Lode: Is a breast-feeding doll too close for comfort? Stephanie Finnegan
191 Taylor-Made: Elizabeth Taylor’s captivating looks fated her to be a star and a doll. Stephanie Finnegan
192 Hocus Pocus: A focus on Harry Potter and raising two little sorcerer’s apprentices Stephanie Finnegan
193 Radio Ga Ga: Callers vent about vampires & vamps, sexpots and pots-n-pans, armies vs. mommies Stephanie Finnegan
194 The Delilah Dilemma: Can You Be Too Sexy for Your Hair? Stephanie Finnegan
195 A Date with Destiny: Groundhogs get more respect than dolls—what gives? Stephanie Finnegan
196 Kiss Me, Kate: A Marriage Made in Media Heaven Stephanie Finnegan
197 Fair-Well, My Lovely: Thoughts on the 108th Annual Toy Fair Stephanie Finnegan
198 Fly Boy: Broadway’s Spider-Man needs to be toyed with. Stephanie Finnegan
199 Face Value: Are you ready to face the truth about doll bigotry? Stephanie Finnegan
200 East of Eden: A friend struggles with an uncontrollable urge to own a Jeannie doll or two. Stephanie Finnegan
 
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