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For decades, playing dress up has nearly always made young girls happy. Hand-me-down dresses that have been out of style for years, shoes that are too big for their tiny little feet, their faces decorated with their mama's makeup. Carting baby dolls around from room to room...the simple pleasures of being young. The child's imagination is a fascinating realm in an of itself. Some little girls love hosting their own tea parties, bringing stuffed animals and Barbie dolls to the table, using fingernail polish to paint their tiny nails, starting their own hair salons...such grand gestures of creativity. Now, however, things are changing. Now instead of pretending to be a Disney Princess on the run, they're logging on to the computer to go jumping around in cyber worlds where they can control their favorite princess right before their eyes. Even Polly Pocket is joining the ever-growing online world.