Princess Lila and the Friendly Dragon

Once upon a time, in the kingdom of Sunnyside, there was a princess named Lila. Princess Lila had long, curly hair and a smile that could light up the darkest room. She lived in a grand castle, surrounded by gardens filled with the most beautiful flowers and singing birds.

One day, while exploring the forest, Princess Lila heard a soft whimpering sound. Curious, she followed the noise and stumbled upon a large, green dragon with gentle eyes. The dragon looked sad and lonely.

“Why are you sad?” asked Princess Lila.

“I’m Draco, the forest dragon. Everyone is scared of me because I am big and different,” Draco replied with a sigh.

Princess Lila smiled warmly. “I’m not scared of you. You seem very kind.”

From that day on, Princess Lila and Draco became the best of friends. They played in the forest, raced through the clouds, and shared stories. Draco even helped the villagers by bringing rain to water their crops.

One evening, a group of mischievous goblins sneaked into Sunnyside, causing trouble. Draco and Princess Lila worked together to gently guide the goblins back to their forest home, teaching them how to be kind and helpful.

The villagers saw Draco’s kind heart and realized that being different didn’t mean being scary. They welcomed him as a friend, and Sunnyside became a place where everyone, no matter how big, small, or different, lived happily together.

And so, Princess Lila and Draco continued their adventures, spreading joy and teaching everyone the importance of friendship and understanding.

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