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Magic Spells - These things allow both villains and heroes to accomplish feats or overcome situations that may seem difficult or impossible to transcend in the eyes of a child.

Forest - This place is used in many fairy tales as a metaphor or at least as a dark and scary place that can house all sorts of evil creatures.

Kingdom - This is the final destination in many stories that represents the state of happily ever after and place of ultimate security.

Greece - This is the origin of many types of myth often modernized and translated into fairy tales.

Never Never Land - This is a mythical place where a child never has to grow up.

House in the Forest - This is a common metaphor used to represent a period of uncertainty in a child's life.

Germany - This is home to The Brothers...

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