Franklin the turtle searches his room desperately to find his cardboard sword so he can go play Knights in Armor with his friends, but his room is so messy he can't find it. His parents make a suggestion that will help young Franklin be cleaner and neater in the future.
Franklin is very sad because he does not have any teeth and the tooth fairy will never leave him any presents. Then he discovers that he does not need a tooth to get a present, he just needs to be himself.
When Franklin tries to decide which present he should give to the toy drive at school, he thinks that all his toys are too special to give away, but he soon realizes that none of them are special enough.
Franklin and his friends Bear, Snail, and Rabbit form the Secret Club, but are limited by the size of their hideout from letting anyone else join, but when Beaver starts a club of his own, Franklin and his pals begin to feel left out.
In this Franklin Classic Storybook, it's Valentine's Day and Franklin can't wait to give his friends the cards he has made. But when he gets to school, he discovers that they're missing. Franklin is heartbroken and worried that now his friends won't want to give him any cards. Big hearts prevail and Franklin soon learns that he has very good friends—and that he can be a good friend, too.
Who will Franklin the turtle have at his Thanksgiving table? He's in for a big surprise! In this Franklin Classic Storybook, our young hero likes everything about Thanksgiving, from eating pumpkin-fly pie to making cornucopias. But what he likes best is having his Grandma and Grandpa share the holiday with him and his family. This year, however, his grandparents are traveling abroad. Thanksgiving just won't be the same without guests