The pigeon must go to school but frets about math, learning the alphabet, heavy backpacks, and what the teacher and other birds will think of him.
Edwina is well-known in her neighborhood, she plays with kids, she bakes delicious chocolate chip cookies and helps old ladies cross the street. She is well-loved by everyone except for one person: Reginald Von Hoobie-Doobie. He knows for a fact that dinosaurs are extinct and tries to convince everyone that they are. What happens when Edwina finds out?
The three pigs escape the wolf by going into another world where they meet the cat and the fiddle, the cow that jumped over the moon, and a dragon.
It's Grandma's birthday. Max has made her an earthworm birthday cake. "No, Max," says Max's sister, Ruby. Ruby is going to make Grandma an angel surprise cake with raspberry-fluff icing.But when she sends Max to the store for flour and eggs, he wants Red-Hot Marshmallow Squirters to put on his cake. How can he convince the grocer that Red-Hot Marshmallow Squirters are on Ruby s neatly written list?
Lyle is perfectly happy living with the Primms on East 88th Street in New York City until Mr. Grumps, their irritable neighbor, has Lyle put in the zoo.
Lyle the Crocodile leaves his happy home on East 88th Street with the Primms to go in search of his mother at the urging of his former employer Hector P. Valenti, star of stage and screen.
When Lyle the crocodile visits Mr. Primm's advertising office, he is almost recruited as the Krispie Krunchie Krackles cereal spokesperson.
Count the dogs as Lyle the crocodile's dog walking business grows.
The Primm family takes possession of their new house and of Lyle, the artistic and helpful crocodile who already lives there.
On a day when everything goes wrong for him, Alexander is consoled by the thought that other people have bad days too.