This is what the good magical folk do. Anyone else and it’s called evil machinations.
Are true and important historical documents. The Kingdom believes that the likes of Hans Christen Andersen and the Brothers Grimm were granted privileged access to their files to get the stories down for humans. The Kingdom has no intention of granting that access again to anybody and the current Queen cannot understand why it was granted in the first place. She also has a grave distrust of the Disney films seeing a lot of them as twee for making the endings nicer (see The Little Mermaid and then compare with the original tale). Eileen agrees with her cousin here.
The only way to travel as far as the fairies are concerned. And unlike humans they don’t pollute the air as they do so, something they’re very proud of, unless they’ve had an exceptionally heavy meal the night before. In this case, it is advisable not to fly too close behind the affected fairy. Incidentally fairies “don’t suffer from wind” according to the Queen. Rather they are suffering from “a temporary and unfortunate intestinal complaint, the kind that can happen to any species”. Eileen is far more blunt - she prefers to call a fart a fart and have done with it much to her cousin’s distaste.
Something to be taken of and cherished, something neglected by humans, but the Kingdom ignores its own barren lands, caused by their own actions. They see that as “just history”, nothing to do with them now.
Certain members of the magical nobility do hunt. The Queen and Eileen do not. They save their hunting skills for tracking down errant magical beings. The Queen does sometimes do some clay pigeon shooting (she uses her wand) as she sees it as usual for markmanship.
Painting, literature, sculpture, music, drama and comedy - all considered wonderful things. The Fairy Kingdom is somewhat surprised we enjoy them too. They consider these things too good for the likes of us.