Super Letterman saves the day once again by changing a single letter in a word.
Super Letterman proves that the right word can make a world of difference.
Our bungling band of bucaneers go in search of a beautiful princess to kiss their froggy captain and nearly find one.
The Howling Timberwolves are at it again. There's plenty of action both on and off the ice. At a big tournament in Calgary, teammate Tom Morgan plays a practical joke on Johnny Maverick, so naturally Johnny feels he has to pay him back. The rivalry escalates. After he scores a hat trick, Johnny is given a hockey stick signed by all the members of the Calgary Flames. He worries that Tom will do something to this prized trophy and decides he will not let it out of his sight. But in the end Tom outsmarts him one more time and Johnny learns that revenge is never a good idea.
More than anything, Betty likes to be helpful -- but somehow the helping always seems to go wrong. In this story Betty tries to solve an egg mystery, and muddles the contents of two nests by mistake.
Lobo is a wolf who must eat a succulent rabbit stew while the moon is full or he will go cuckoo. He tries a variety of temptations to entice a bunny out of his burrow. The little rabbit uses his wits to escape becoming an entree.
Maddie's mother agrees to send her daughter to a new camp - <i>Wolf Camp</i>. But when Maddie returns, she seems, well, changed. She snaps at flies, howls at fire trucks, and chases squirrels - on all fours. She quits eating candy and starts eating meat - only meat. And the dog is now afraid of her when she lifts her lip and shows her teeth. What child hasn't fantasized about being an animal? And what parent hasn't exclaimed over the transformation in their child when picking him or her up from camp? This book intertwines these two themes in a hilarious story of a very different kind of camping experience.