Three Classic Franklin Stories: Franklin's New Friend, Franklin's Bad Day, and Franklin Has a Sleepover
Paulette Bourgeois, Brenda Clark
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Franklin's New Friend
Franklin has always lived in the same house in the same town, and he's grown up with the same friends. In this Franklin Classic Storybook, new neighbors move in'the Moose family! At school, Mr. Owl asks Franklin to be Moose's buddy. Initially, Franklin is afraid of Moose because of his size but he soon realizes that despite their differences, he has made a new friend.
Franklin's Bad Day
Since Franklin's friend Otter moved away, nothing seems to go right'until Franklin figures out a way he and Otter can stay friends. Another Franklin Classic Storybook to delight young readers.
Franklin Has a Sleepover
In this Franklin Classic Storybook, Franklin can't wait for his best friend Bear to come over for their first sleepover. However, when it's time for bed, Bear begins to miss his own room'until Franklin comes up with an idea to make Bear feel more comfortable.
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wonderful,” said Bear. “Thank you. Next time, may Franklin come to my house?” “Of course,” Franklin’s parents laughed. Franklin did his own happy dance. “And Bear,” said Franklin, tapping his shell, “don’t worry about where I will sleep. I always bring my own cosy bed with me!”
the lamps were as tall as trees. When Franklin finally saw the family, he was speechless. Franklin had never met a moose before. He had heard about moose. He had seen pictures of moose. But he had never actually known one. They were huge. Even the smallest moose was big. Franklin was so scared that he raced home. “A moose family moved in!” “That’s nice,” said Franklin’s mother. “Maybe you’ll make a new friend.” Franklin shook his head. “I don’t think so.” “I expect you to be nice