Amira Romanowski, who has two sons at Quinns Beach Primary School, said she did the doll project ahead of Children�s Book Week.
Mrs Romanowski said the project encouraged girls to be themselves �without the make-up and trampy clothing�.
�This project came about when I was talking to my sons� school librarian about body image and how important it is to raise healthy balanced children in today�s fast-paced society,� she said.
�Although I don�t have girls, I grew up in a household of three daughters where my parents struggled to balance make-up, fashion, and self-worth and confidence within our personalities.�
Mrs Romanowski said she decided to remove factory make-up from dolls� faces and redress them.
�I managed to find a bag of Bratz dolls at a garage sale,� she said.
�(I) wiped their faces and painted them to be more natural looking and also dressed them in more age-appropriate clothing.
�(I) hope to encourage girls to dress within their age-group and be proud of who they are.�
Mrs Romanowski created stands for the dolls and set them up in the school library.
– The 2015 Children�s Book Week is co-ordinated by the Children�s Book Council of Australia and runs until August 28.