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The annual celebration of Dragon’s
Day to mark the start of summer season could be very practically spoiled as soon as once more for the
residents of Hidden Valley when all of the fireworks disappear.

It’s actually only a misunderstanding.
Rising as she does annually from the lake, blue-skinned Aqua—described as
trying “identical to a mermaid” however with legs fairly than fins within the
illustrations—secretly gathers up the fireworks and different unattended treasures
to maintain them protected. When Yula, Ticky, and the opposite residents (who’re drawn as
numerous, anthropomorphic woodland creatures) confront the supposed thief, she
swims off in a rage. Then her pursuers observe in a fishlike submarine they discover
that’s named Olivier—however are swallowed
by the supposedly legendary dragon that had been sleeping on the backside of the
lake. Excessive emotions flip to heat ones after everybody within the valley is handled
to a spectacular show because the shocked dragon rises up, spouting a fountain
of multicolored rockets (seems Aqua had hidden them within the sub). Porta
brings the ungainly appeal of his three earlier seasonally themed Hidden Valley
outings to this (possible) nearer, filling out the ensemble forged with additional
unconventional characters and leaving Aqua, Olivier,
the dragon, and all the remainder gathered at a festive banquet beneath moonlit

Completes a seasonal spherical with
dashes of thriller, journey, and battle resolved in a wash of bonhomie…plus
some massive explosions. (Image e book. Three-7)


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