Kara & the (Not So) Dire Beastie
Episode 2

In the second episode of the series, Kara learns about auto-immune diseases and meets the RedBlooded Knight, the Beastie, as well as a gaggle of Hemo Goblins. She embarks on a quest to find the Bookworm in an effort to figure out how to help the Beastie start eating again.

Episode 4

In the fourth episode of the series, Kara, the RedBlooded Knight, and Beastie learn about Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), its effects, and how to manage it. Kara also discovers the background of the White Knight.

Episode 6

In the sixth episode of the series, Kara and her friends help The Gardener stop the lovably-confused White Knight. The Gardener teaches Kara the importance of nutrition, especially how carbohydrates impact her Type 1 diabetes.

Episode 8

The Bookworm and Regent welcome Kara and her friends to Tech City. Kara learns about new tools to help her and Beastie and gets some surprising news in the final episode of Kara and the (Not So) Dire Beastie.

Episode 1

In the first episode of Kara and the (Not So) Dire Beastie, we are introduced to Kara and the key role glucose plays in powering our body's cells. Kara learns about the cause of Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and of the danger facing the Queen Regent's land. Will Kara be able to help the Queen return her land to harmonious balance?

Episode 3

In the third episode of the series, Kara and her companions travel to Sulin in search of the fabled knight, Sir Rynge. Will he be able to help Kara in her quest?

Episode 5

In the fifth episode of the series, Kara and her friends learn about Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), meet the beautiful Lady Flyroid, and continue learning about the antics of the White Knight.

Episode 7

In the seventh episode of the series, the Bookworm's letter leads Kara, Beastie, and the RedBlooded Knight on a journey to meet a mysterious contact. Along the way, Kara and Beastie learn about teamwork, exercise, adrenaline, and even a new sport!

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