Many people assume that when Riddle wins in sports, she does so by using dragon magic. This assumption that a small female dragon must rely on magic annoys her to no end.
The starsickle is often followed by the story "When a fairy sees two stars collide, she can divert some of that energy into a gem to create a starsickle". The storytellers are often ignorant of the fact that a fairy cannot turn an inanimate object into a living being.
A rare and valuable flower, Sarestelles are highly prized for both their beauty and magical properties. Sarestelles are popularly known as Friends Bane because of their reputation for causing arguments among friends when they come across a solitary bloom - debating who will claim ownership of the precious flower.
Many people are confused when they first see a butlerfish, as it has the tendency to balance light rocks on it's head. The best explanation squirrel professors can give is "maybe it wants to get revenge on anything that eats it".
Many people have speculated about the origins of the queenling, but one story is commonly told. The story goes that a fairy noticed the odd shyness of queenlings, and cast a confidence spell on them. The queenlings then took control of the fish around them and traveled with its followers.
Many gnomish inventors are driven by the need to create something new. Others feel the drive to help as many people as possible with their inventions. Others just want to blow stuff up. It was on of these gnomes who demolished the chemistry classroom with a fireball, and later defended his case against the Chief Engineer by saying "it looked cool, didn't it?". He was expelled, and class 203's homework was rebuilding the lab.
This fish has become rare in the wild, as many have been caught and transported to pet stores all over Candlelit Vally. They are then taken home by eager children and put in dim tanks that allow the Sunburst to shine (literally). They are then returned to ponds as their novelty wears off.
The race is on! Riddle the dragon races the nutty squirrels led by Captain Hazel. Riddle proves that sometimes there is an easier way to accomplish tasks. Perfect for reading with your child, or children learning to read on their own.
Two mini-games are included -- Gone Fishing and Treasure Hunt. Catch fish while avoiding crabs, and set sail to collect the treasures in treacherous waters. The games are great fun for both children and parents!
Suggested reading level: ages 4-8
Suggested games level: ages 5-adult
The unusual appearance of the Puffapoom is said to be the result of a
young fairy's love of pompoms - permanently gluing pink pompoms to
the head of her pet fish.
The Burrowcog is a small, adaptable fish known for burying itself under sand when danger is near. Scholars believe the Burrowcog developed this talent after being trained by the gnomes who had initially studied and named them.
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