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Franklin Has the Hiccups

by Sharon Jennings

Sometimes Franklin eats his meals a little too fast. Finding himself with a persistent case of hiccups, Franklin tries every cure to get rid of them. Longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition.

Franklin Helps Out

by Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin TV Storybook, Franklin learns that everyone is capable in his own way. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin in the Dark

by Paulette Bourgeois

A turtle afraid of small dark places, and therefore of crawling into his shell, asks a variety of animals for advice, only to find out that each has a fear of its own.

Franklin Is Bossy

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin is always telling his friends what to do. After arguing with his best friend Bear, Franklin finally realizes that he shouldn't be so bossy. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin Is Bossy

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

Franklin has lots of friends and one best friend named Bear. They play tag, hopscotch, and ball. But Franklin always wants to pick the game and make the rules. No one wants to play with him--he's too bossy! In this Classic Franklin Storybook, Franklin learns he can't always have his own way.This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration by the author as well as music and sound effects.

Franklin Is Bossy, Franklin Plays the Game, and Franklin Is Messy

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

Franklin Is Bossy Franklin has lots of friends and one best friend named Bear. They play tag, hopscotch, and ball. But Franklin always wants to pick the game and make the rules. No one wants to play with him--he's too bossy! In this Classic Franklin Storybook, Franklin learns he can't always have his own way. Franklin Plays the Game In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero can count forwards and backwards. He can zip zippers and button buttons. He can slide down a riverbank by himself. He can even sleep alone in his small, dark shell. And he's trying very hard to be the best player on his soccer team. Franklin Is Messy In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero can count forwards and backwards. He can zip zippers and button buttons. He can slide down a riverbank by himself. He can even sleep alone in his small, dark shell. But Franklin is so messy that he can hardly ever find his things!

Franklin Is Lost

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin's mother warns him not to go into the woods alone, but during a game of hide-and-seek, Franklin strays and unwittingly gets lost. All alone in the woods, Franklin jumps at every unfamiliar noise, until finally his parents find him and return him to the warmth and safety of home.

Franklin Is Lost

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin's mother tells him never to go into the woods. But one day Franklin is playing hide-and-seek with his friends and forgets what his mother has told him. Franklin is frightened when he realizes he's lost, but he knows just what to do--stay in his shell and wait to be found. A dramatic story with a happy ending.This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration by the author as well as music and sound effects.

Franklin Is Lost, Franklin's Secret Club, and Franklin and Harriet

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

Franklin Is Lost In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin's mother tells him never to go into the woods. But one day Franklin is playing hide-and-seek with his friends and forgets what his mother has told him. Franklin is frightened when he realizes he's lost, but he knows just what to do--stay in his shell and wait to be found. A dramatic story with a happy ending. Franklin's Secret Club In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero discovers a hideaway--perfect for a secret club--but there's only room for four members. Soon Franklin becomes so busy with his Secret Club that he forgets about his other friends. When Beaver starts her own club, Franklin learns how it feels to be left out. Franklin and Harriet In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin likes being a big brother ... most of the time. But when his little sister, Harriet, wants to play with his favorite stuffed animal, Franklin doesn't want to share. As they tug at the toy, something terrible happens. It rips! Franklin's mother fixes it, but he remains angry and hides the toy in his closet. Then Franklin discovers it's not the toy that makes Harriet happy--it's her big brother who brings a smile to her face. Franklin decides that maybe sharing isn't so bad after all.

Franklin Is Messy

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero can count forwards and backwards. He can zip zippers and button buttons. He can slide down a riverbank by himself. He can even sleep alone in his small, dark shell. But Franklin is so messy that he can hardly ever find his things!This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration by the author as well as music and sound effects.

Franklin Makes a Deal

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin has only half the money he needs to buy the Super-Duper Spy Kit of his dreams. His father makes a deal: he will give Franklin the money he needs if Franklin will paint the fence. Franklin agrees, but soon finds that painting is hard work. So he enlists Beaver and Fox to help by making a deal with them. That deal leads to another, and another until finally the fence is painted and Franklin's father pays him. In a surprising twist, Franklin finds that he has enough money for two spy kits--one for himself and one for his best friend, Bear.

Franklin Park

by Julie Arrison

Franklin Park was meant to be the crown jewel of the Emerald Necklace, Boston's famed park system. It was also meant to be the epitome of Frederick Law Olmsted's distinguished career as the father of American landscape architecture. Its 527 acres of open space have been a salvation from urban plight and also the center of urban controversy. Today the community around the park remains strong and depends upon the work of volunteers, advocacy groups, and the City of Boston. The photographs in Franklin Park have been collected from a variety of personal collections and public archives in an effort to illustrate the park's history from its inception in the 1880s through its rebirth in the 1990s.

Franklin Plays The Game

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin learns about sportsmanship. Franklin can't kick the soccer ball straight. How can his team work together?

Franklin Plays Hockey

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

Franklin invites Skunk to join his hockey team, but Skunk isn't very good and the team loses. Franklin is mad, until he remembers how much he had to practice in the beginning.

Franklin Plays the Game

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero can count forwards and backwards. He can zip zippers and button buttons. He can slide down a riverbank by himself. He can even sleep alone in his small, dark shell. And he's trying very hard to be the best player on his soccer team.This fixed-layout ebook, which preserves the design and layout of the original print book, features read-along narration by the author as well as music and sound effects.

Franklin Rides a Bike

by Paulette Bourgeois

At the beginning of spring, Franklin and all his friends have training wheels on their bikes. But soon Franklin is the only one who can't ride without them. Every time he tries he falls down, and he's beginning to get discouraged. His mom finally convinces him to keep with it, and Franklin finally rides on his own.

Franklin Rides a Bike

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin is determined to ride his bike without training wheels, and he can't understand why it seems so easy for his friends--or why it's so hard for him.

Franklin Runs Away

by Paulette Bourgeois

This companion series to the Franklin animated TV show features all-new Franklin stories based on the characters created by Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin Says I Love You

by Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin struggles to find a special gift for a special mom. He asks all his friends for ideas, then he comes up with his own idea.

Franklin Says I Love You

by Paulette Bourgeois Brenda Clark

In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our hero is a very lucky turtle. He has the best friends, the best little sister, the best goldfish, and, of course, the best mother. But when he discovers that his mother's birthday is coming up, he can't find the best present. After giving it some serious thought, Franklin decides to do everything for his mom. On the morning of her birthday he takes her breakfast in bed, makes a brooch, draws a picture, and cuts fresh flowers from the garden! And then Franklin gives his mom a great big hug and says, "I love you"--which is, of course, the best gift of all.

Franklin Says Sorry

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin TV Storybook, our young hero learns the value of an apology. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin Snoops

by Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin's best friend, Bear, is about to have a birthday and Franklin is bursting to tell everyone a secret after he snooped and found out the present Bear is getting from his mother.

Franklin Stays Up

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

Franklin plans to stay up all night-- even if no one else can. This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition. Brief picture descriptions have been added.

Franklin the Detective

by Sharon Jennings Paulette Bourgeois

After recovering his mother's lost purse, Franklin decides to put his newfound detective skills to work for his friends. Can he solve the mysterious case of the missing baseball? This Level 2 first reader contains longer stories, varied sentences, increased vocabulary, more difficult visual clues and some repetition. Picture descriptions added.

Franklin Wants a Badge

by Paulette Bourgeois

In this Franklin TV Storybook, our hero discovers the fun in working hard and helping others. Franklin learns that there is a lot more to being a Trailblazer than just collecting badges.

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