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Lagoona Blue debuted in the books in Monster High of the Monster High book series, which premiered on September 01, 2010.


Monster High

Blue is introduced as wearing gloves to hide her webbed hands, and baggy pants or rainboots to hide her legfins. Monster High Lagoona was revealed to be one of the biggest supporters of human-monster equality. She was the first to stand up to Cleo, saying that she's been lying to her parents back home, saying that Salem was paradise, and that she wishes that it was the truth, implying that RAD's are discriminated overseas as well as in the USA. The Ghoul Next Door She appears at the RAD meeting, where she demands to know Cleo's part in the revealing of the video. She is very tense and grumpy through the whole meeting, especially when her Aunt Coral starts to criticize Frankie and tells Lagoona they have to leave. She was the only one of the ghoulfriends that didn't appear at Clawdeen's party. Where There's a Wolf, There's a Way Lagoona makes her way back to Salem at some point, and helps out with Lala's contest, remaining the most optimistic even after everything goes totally wrong. Back and Deader Than Ever


During Ghoulish Literature, Lagoona is the only student to stand up for Venus when she tries to convince Cleo to take a reusable shopping bag with her from now on instead of taking bags from the stores and unnecessarily burdening the planet. A few days later, like almost everyone else at Monster High, she has come under Sylphia Flapper's mind control and is not freed until a few days later by the efforts of Venus, Rochelle, Robecca, and Cy. Ghoulfriends Forever


Hopes and Screams

Lagoona is with Clawdeen and Draculaura when the latter opens an email for her advice column in the Gory Gazette. The email is from Cleo and accuses Frankie and Deuce of dating behind her back. Certain that it is a misunderstanding, the girls can nonetheless not know for sure because Deuce is gone and Frankie petrified. Deciding they can't do nothing, they place Frankie in a cart and take her to Cleo's house, where they only find Deuce also looking for Cleo. They tell him of the email, startling him badly because it indeed is a misunderstanding, and the group returns to school, where they find Cleo and explain everything to her. Hissy Fit The pre-season SKRM practices don't bode well for the Nightmares' chances of flying to victory. The entire team's rollerskates are in need of replacement to the point that Robecca's right steamboat break down during a race. Meanwhile, all the other teams have bought a new design rollerskates that makes them superfast. In order to get their hands on those rollerskates too, the Nightmares hold a bake sale and swiftly get the money together, though Robecca refuses the upgrade because she's attached to her boots. Lagoona and the others don't push it. The next practice session initially goes well, but then Robecca's patched-up steamboot breaks down and she crashes into Rochelle and Heath, ending the match. Defeated, Robecca quits the team. Unwilling to let their legend down, the Nightmares find a replacement component for Robecca's steamboot and return their new rollerskates to the store to get the money to buy it. Robecca is elated and rejoins. The very next practice match, the Nightmares outdo themselves through teamwork and win. These Boots Were Made for Rolling A few days later, Lagoona has a great time at the Gory Gazette party. Scream All About It!

I Only Have Eye for You


  • The Monster High book series was originally scheduled to comprise six books, but ended after four books. It is likely one of the cancelled books was to focus on Lagoona.