Wednesday 16th of August 2017  
32 Cans of soup on the Wall
By: Collie C Flowers
first published: 22 February 2013

Yesterday we took our big book of bugs to the park to see how many of those bugs we can meet in real life and we met quite a few but we also met someone who wasn't in the book! We met the riverbank faeries!...they told us all about their river and all the different types and flavours of water you can get and then we told them about our adventure and showed them our book about bugs. They loved it so much and wanted to see more pictures so we took them home and showed them our most favourite book...our book about art! They really liked seeing all the lovely pictures but when we got to mister Andy Warhol's painting of soup cans they almost fell over with excitement cause they said soup is...continue reading >


Have you met the Brown Onion Brownies?
a wee article by: Collie C Flowers

Have you ever met the Brown Onion Brownies before? They are very easy to recognise cause they look almost exactly like onions only much much smaller (actually onions looks like them but that is a long story) They are some of the nicest friends you can ever...continue reading

NOTE OF CAUTION!

a giant rock ogre has been spotted near the edge of the forest, as you know they are good natured beings but they don't always look where they are going so be careful not to get squished.
 
 
 
crossed words and puzzles

Some clues for you...
DOWN CLUES:
2.The national animal of Scotland
3.a very scary thing that goes booo in the night
4.a very big bird...not quite as big as an ostrich but almost
5.if a wee one has the same name as their parent you write this after their name
8.the sounds that a bagpipe make
10.a creature that usually lives under a bridge and turns to stone in the daylight
12.a type of poem that you would usually sing and it tells of a wonderful something
14.a way to refer to yourself or an incorrect way to spell eye.

ACROSS CLUES:
1.a snazzy name for mushrooms or a gnome home.
6.a type of unicorn that is quite fat and lives in Africa
7.a name for you and someone else
9.a gnome that lives in the Netherlands
11.which one of these do you like the most: green or brown
12.a type of bird that's a wee bit magic and very smart
13.a creature that is a seal in water and a person on the land

Show Me The Answers Please!

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE:

Answer:
The picture on the left is a potato. The picture on the right is also a potato but this potato is in Scotland and is therefore called a tattie not a potato. Other than that the pictures are exactly the same.
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ATTENTION ALL GOBLINS and IMPS
as a new incentive all goblins and imps will now be rewarded with an extra cookie token each time they remember to say "thank you" when they are given their other daily tokens.
We have been informed that the big pile of twigs behind the Picsee house belongs to Eric. He told us he saw it first and is quoted as saying "not your twigs..is Eric's twigs!"

This should have been an advert for the annual cake tasting competition but the piece of paper with the details on was stolen by Mild-Bill and little Lester the goblins and we can't remember any of the details. Our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

WANTED:
we are looking for someone who is fluent at reading upside down. Almost half the letters we receive are written upside down and we can't make head nor tails of it

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Meeting tonight!
There will be a meeting in the forest by the big tree tonight to decide which tree is the biggest in the forest.
ATT All Bogeymen
It's time to renew and review the lease contracts for the cupboards you haunt.
Now Enrolling
Lady Rosafae's school of faerie flight has space for 3 more students in her upcoming flying classes. This is a beginners course and is also open to wee baby butterflies, moths and ladybirds.
for enquieries or to place an add of your own please go see Tanyann the tree faerie at the big oak tree next to pebble lane.
Office Hours:
from the first moonbeam until the morning bird's song.
and finally...
~ a wee thought for the day ~
when you have lots & lots to do its best to make a wee list cause then you can go check it all the time to see that worry isn't a priority.
 
 

Additional credits || news eddytor: Collie FLowers || adivsor and troublemaker: Eric || verifier of facts and fiction: Mika Makaroon || double checkers: Brother and Rory || offical website bug: Lady Redpenny the ladybird

 
A BIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Collie C Flowers
Collie is a wee Picsee. She is probably the most well known of all the Picsees. Not only is she the new lead reporter and eddytor of the Faery Informer newspaper, she draws most of the the art pictures that the Picsees are famous for too! She is also an excellent hide a sneak player and is known to be very good at finding treasure when the wee ones are playing pirates down by the beach. She can also change her favourite colour from blue to green and back to blue without anyone noticing.

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