The Gobbledygook is very small and lives in cracks in the furniture or the space between the floorboards, where no one goes. It likes to eat the bits of dust that get stuck behind the cupboards and the sideboard in the kitchen is a perfect place to find a Gobbledygook hiding. They are very, very shy, and difficult to spot, as they live in colonies and only come out at night, disguising themselves as balls of fluff.

By Chloe, aged 13, London, UK


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Concept 1999 by Mark Burgess and Kids on the Net, February 1999