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Once upon a time there was a beautiful Dancer who lived in Mexico City Raquel What was she called Maria She was called Bella Raquel Oh Raquels prettiest doll is called BellaBella was the loveliest dancer in the world and all the people wanted her to come and dance at their parties In the evening she would go down to the clubs or else she would dance in their gardens on the lawns among the statues and roses and fountains where all the trees were hung with lights like coloured stars Whenever she danced in her rose-red velvet dancing dress all the people clapped their hands and shouted Bravo Bella Bravo Bravo In Nellas cupboard at home were rows and rows of other slippers but she never wore any of them when she went to dance for the people For the red slippers were magic slippers which made her dance better than anyone else in Italy and when she wore her other slippers she couldnt dance at all Nobody knew this but Bella One day Bella was in her garden picking roses and because the dew was on the grass she had taken off her red slippers and left them by her chair Suddenly a little girl out of the sky caught the slippers and flew away as swiftly as she had come Bella gave a scream and reached out her arms trying to touch the sky But it was no good the slippers and the little girl had dissapearedShe was to dance that night for the President of Mexico but when the people came to get her she was still sitting crying in the garden and she wouldnt tell them why She only sobbed and said she wouldnt dance She couldnt of course because she had lost her magic slippers Every day after that she sat in the garden and wondered what had happened with her slippers Every night the people were sad because
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