|An egg, who appears in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass.|
|Green, radioactive, fire-breathing|
|Huge, hairy, manlike creature|
living in the Himalayas
|Name of the devil who tempts|
Faust into selling his soul in
Goethe's and Marlowe's dramas.
|Horse who tells the story of his life in|
Anna Sewell's book of the same name.
|Automation-like being allegedly raised from the dead by a priest using Voodoo magic.|
|Manifestation of all-controlling government|
in George Orwell's 1984.
|Bull who likes to smell the flowers and|
refuses to fight in a Munro Leaf story.
|Fairy tale heroine who goes to grandmother's house, is deceived by the wolf pretending to be her grandmother.|
|Originally from Norse mythology, beings with magical skills, ambivalent towards humans, later viewed as evil; sometimes conflated with fairies, and skilled archers.|
|Amazing flying car in Ian Fleming's|
novel of the same name.
|Has the legs of a buck, the tail of a lion, the head and body of a horse (or just a horse), and a single horn on its forehead; can only be captured by a virgin.|
|Kangaroo friend of Winnie-the-Pooh, and mother of Roo, living in the Hundred-Acre Wood.|
|Legendary character who seduces women and is carried off to hell in various poems and plays, including a poem by Lord Byron.|
|Fairy tale character who is to be released from a spell by a beautiful lady who kisses him or is kind to him.|
|Mongoose who kills a poisonous snake and saves lives in a Rudyard Kipling story.|
|Pig who is a loyal friend of Charlotte the spider in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web.|
|Fairy tale boy who climbs a magic beanstalk in his garden to steal from the giant's castle.|
|Dangerous breed of goblins in Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.|
|Two-inch-high mouse who is the second son in an E.B. White novel of the same name.|
|Class of beings that suck the blood of people at night.|
|In Norse & Scandinavian mythology, they dwelt near isolated rocks, mountains, or caves; often depicted as ugly and slow-witted; the internet is full of them.|
|From the German for 'noisy ghost' this troublesome spirit generally haunts a person, rather than a location.|
|Any of a race of brutish creatures subject to the Houyhnhnms in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.|
|2-headed llama who agrees to leave Africa to become Dr. Dolittle's friend in a series of books by Hugh Lofting.|