Darling and Lovey were two turtledoves in a class full of graceful eaglets. They could not fly as well and were made fun of by the other students. They practiced and practiced and slowly got better. A tornado threatens during flight school and due to their perseverance and always listening to their teacher, they lead the class safely through the storm.
Calypson Cat is having a hard time with all the other cats on the ship. They always complained and were not grateful for the place they had to live, or the fish they had to eat, or the mice they had to chase. After calling a meeting to remind them how lucky they are, the other cats have a change of attitude and come to appreciate what they have.
As the cast of merry hikers start along the trail they decide to mark the trees with forks and spoons so they can find their way home. After a relaxing hike they start back only to find all the forks and spoons are gone. They are lost and begin to get scared when a ranger finds them and leads them to a shelter. He offers them something to eat and they notice the spoon he gives them is one of theirs. He told them he thought someone had littered and he collected the forks and spoons to give to someone who really needed them. The hikers remarked by saying that made him like Robin Hood.
This is a rhyming twist on the tale of Red Riding Hood. All the animals are discovering that food is missing and all they see is a red blur as they try to unravel the mystery of who could be doing this. When they arrive at Little Red's house they determine it was her and she was feeding wolf pups with the food she had taken because they had no mother. Astonished, because wolves were their enemies, they decide to transport the tiny wolf pups to Yellowstone.
Scuff Peddlesfoot loves playing in the forest near his house, and he knows the woods well...but when he hears something strange in the trees one day, his path leads a little too far from home. Does Scuff have the courage to be a hero, even when he's afraid too?
Meet Marco. He is just a regular flamingo with regular flamingo friends. There is just one problem. Marco wants to be a winter bird. Every year he watches his geese friends fly south to get out of the cold. He cannot understand them because this is just the thing he's craving. Watch what happens when he travels north for the winter.
The adventures continue with America's favorite flamingo, Marco Flamingo. In this latest book, Marco explores the open seas and finds himself in humorous situations. Soft pink flamingo colors move to the blue hues of the ocean as Marco meets new ocean friends-a manatee, a shark and even a manta ray. In the end he is convinced, more than ever, that there is no place like home. This is the second book in the Marco Flamingo/Marco Flamenco series.