Tinker Bell’s Seven Secrets for Girls
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Disney historian, Mindy Johnson, spent seven years researching Tinker Bell: An Evolution – but her fascination with Peter Pan’s impish sidekick began way back in childhood. “For me,” she recalls, “Tinker Bell was the embodiment of magic, fantasy and adventure all rolled into one scrappy little pixie – and best of all, she could fly. Who wouldn't want to fly?” Johnson isn’t alone in her pixie-fixation. Like her, girls from five to 105 still view Peter Pan’s tiniest pal as a magical role model for modern femininity. Here are seven helpful secrets Tinker Bell communicates to your daughter today:
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