Harry Knight tells Walter about the oddest dragon he ever saw. Muscular, yet delicate. Massive, yet disproportionate. Do dragons mix with other creatures?
Oscar DiLogicielo recounts getting distracted by a small, white, wispy creature while suffering through an office meeting that was putting his colleagues to sleep. Does anybody, other than Oscar, see the white creature? Does the creature bother anybody in the room?
Hortence Blamitchsky sees what may be the tiniest dragon. Equipped with speed, it keeps Hortence busy, but not long enough.
Waverley Pearldeprince teaches us that sometimes it is better to cooperate with dragons than to fight them.
Fog can be beautiful. Sometimes it draws us in without knowing why. Jack Blinkers found that out.
Although Priscilla Delariviere never saw a dragon, but the haunting sounds during her lunch break has her wondering what she heard.
Even in winter the fog near water may be something else, according to some people like Lara Brouillard.
Bookshops are wonderful places, full of books, quiet sounds, amd musty smells. Darcy Petraflinched recounts an experience he had in one such shop.
Monty Lockheart suggests to watch your actions in case a myth turns out not to be a myth.
Franc Burroughs has the cleanest clothes in town. Did he find a place with great machines or is it all in some fun he found?
Mary Ayudamos lives next to a school, just so she can listen children playing. Now she’s gone to help some young dragons. Her story gives us insight to how some dragon societies work.
Mable Dejeune points out that some people cannot see dragons even in places where you should expect to find one.
How did Dragon Rockland get its start? Caillou Rocher remembers it all so well.
Some dragons are manipulative. Pat Hielo learns that sometimes this is not a bad thing.
Roland Kenneth, an unidentified and nervous scientist, sees something that makes him question what is happening outside. Instead of going to work, he begins his experiment. So, what are the results? What did he find out?
From his kitchen window, Walter witnessed a struggling black cloud. Without hesitation, he let the cloud in.
Dragons show up when you least expect them. Carla Dofosevol found out what one dragon likes to eat.
Have you ever wondered what’s in the drains on the street? Do animals live there? Is there something there that wasn’t there before? Does it affect the animals who live there? Does it affect us, too? Will Amanda Olvide ever find out?