Dragon Tales

Back To The Fairy Tales - Part 1

Season 2, Episode 12 of 25

Back to the Fairy Tales - Cassie brings Kiki and Finn to the School in the Sky, but the little dragons start to fuss. Even listening to favorite stories doesn't help. But what if they could visit the characters in person? With Quetzal's permission, the gang takes the toddlers into Quetzal's Pop Up Book, where if you say "I imagine," whatever you picture will appear on the pages. Once inside, they use their imaginations to help out their favorite characters. Goldilocks spills all the porridge? Imagine pizzas instead! What to do with all the leftover pizza? Give it to the Old Lady Who Lives in a Shoe! And when they go to visit Jack and the Beanstalk, only to find that Jack has lost his magic beans, the gang uses their imagination to enlist the help of King Midas. Their adventures end with a pizza party for all their storybook friends - and everyone has a wonderful time, especially Kiki and Finn. Dragon Scouts - Emmy is excited to go to Cassie's Dragon Scouts meeting. But when Cassie has to leave unexpectedly, Emmy's not sure how to make friends with the other Scouts, who are helping an old dragon woman take care of her garden and twinkle berry trees. Emmy tries being friendly and does her work close by. The Scouts talk to her, but they don't invite her to join them. Emmy tries a special berry-picking trick to attract attention, and the Scouts are impressed until the trick backfires, covering everyone with twinkleberries. Emmy is embarrassed, but is encouraged when one scout finds the incident funny. The next task is bringing water buckets to water thirsty flowers, but the buckets are so heavy that the Scouts can't carry them. Emmy suggests teamwork - one Scout holds the bucket and one Scout fills it until it's just the right weight. When Cassie returns, Emmy is happily working side by side with the Scouts, who invite her to visit them again soon.

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