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    Bonnie Lee Black: Hada Morada, the newest member of my puppet family, has a job to do, and she’s intent on doing it.

    She’ll make her debut on the school stage at the end of this month, when classes start up again. She’ll sashay (so to speak) into the classroom, waving her varita mágica (magic wand) and ask the Mexican kids – ranging in age from eight to eleven – what they wish for.

    Although her name, Hada Morada, is Spanish for “Purple Fairy,” Hada will be speaking English to the kids because, well, that’s what they’re there to learn. She hopes to use her otherworldly wiles to charm them into paying attention, knowing they’ve likely never seen a fairy in person before, only in fairytales.

    Continue at The WOW Factor: Hada Morada hopes to help make wishes come true. More #WOWFactor.

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