Unleash your inner hero and change the game
Read along with series author Kellen Hertz
Courtney music video
Courtney Moore™ is the best gamer in the arcade. But in the real world, she needs to learn a thing or two before she can unleash her inner hero.
Read an excerpt from Courtney Changes the Game
Did you know? After its release in 1980, PAC-MAN™ became the most successful video game of all time.
Research is at the heart of crafting each of our characters’ stories. For Courtney, a team of editors, our in-house historian, and the series author worked together to bring the ’80s to life.
SHOP THE SCENE
Courtney™ Doll & Book
Courtney’s™ T-Shirt & Tank Set for 18-inch Dolls
Courtney’s™ Cardigan for 18-inch Dolls
Courtney’s™ Leggings Set for 18-inch Dolls
Courtney’s™ Skirt & Suspenders for 18-inch Dolls
Did you know? The mall where Courtney hangs out is inspired by the Galleria in San Fernando Valley, where the term “valley girls” originated.
Courtney shows her determination in heart and mind—and body. The ’80s were filled with fitness fads, and Courtney can’t wait to pump it up!
Did you know? Fitness sensations made a major impact on fashion, including the popularity of leotards and leg-warmers like Courtney wears.
Courtney’s stories explore themes and events—like women in leadership and the space shuttle program—that can encourage girls to stand strong and speak out.
Did you know? The ’80s included several female firsts, like Geraldine Ferraro as a vice-presidential candidate and Sandra Day O’Connor joining the U.S. Supreme Court—plus, Christa McAuliffe became the first teacher-astronaut.
Every item in Courtney’s world is based on the actual thing—from her Care Bear™ to her boombox to the pattern of her bedroom’s wallpaper.
Did you know? Using influences from the era, the Mattel Sound Lab created original songs for Courtney’s cassette tapes.