Bea is a minor character who makes her debut in The Pea Princess' Granddaughter.
She is the granddaughter of the Pea Princess from Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale, The Princess and the Pea. She has inherited her grandmother's incredible sensitivity to the slightest sound or sensation.
Bea can be either extremely sweet or incredibly mean and nasty, depending on whether or not she has had a good night sleep. When she is well rested, she is very kind and considerate to everyone she meets and can win over anyone with her kindness and upbeat attitude.
However, if she doesn't get a restful sleep, she will become grumpy, angry and short-tempered, a stark contrast to her relaxed self. She becomes irascible and vengeful.
- Pea Magic: Bea can manipulate the pea plant, make it grow out of nothing and make it grow almost instantly and increase in size to gigantic proportions. Bea usually uses this magic to create large pea pods to act as a detention room for students. She can also conjure her own pea pod complete with pillows and blanket to act as the perfect bed.