Because the dolls were originally made by children, I thought it appropriate to ask a very young artist on this side of the world to participate in the collaborative project.
Fiona just finished second grade. She and her family have been friends of Change the Truth for a while now, and she was excited to have the chance to work on one of the dolls.
Fiona’s favorite subject in school is science. She loves to read books, especially ones about animals. Her pets are Luna (a cat) and Sparkley and Scaley (goldfish).
When I asked her to write about her doll, I received the following description:
“This is a Luna Moth Fairy Doll. The Luna Moth is one of the largest moths in North America. Luna Moths have eyespots on their wings that keep away predators. I think this doll will keep away bad luck, too.”