The Fairy with Turquoise Hair (Italian: La Fata dai Capelli Turchini, often simply referred to as La Fata Turchina) is a fictional character in Carlo Collodi's 1883 book The Adventures of Pinocchio. She repeatedly appears at critical moments in Pinocchio's wanderings to admonish the little wooden puppet to avoid bad or risky behavior. Although the naïvely willful marionette initially resists her good advice, he later comes to follow her instruction. She in turn protects him, and later enables his assumption of human form, contrary to the prior wooden form.
The character is the inspiration for the Blue Fairy in Disney's adaptation of the story.
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