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Franklin and the stopwatch —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin finds a stopwatch and starts timing everything.

Franklin stays up —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin and his friends attempt to stay up all night in a tent.

Franklin's birthday party —Jennings, Sharon.

"Franklin wants to have the best birthday party ever. But the theme park is expensive and he is only allowed to bring two friends. How will Franklin ever choose" Cf. Our choice, 2002.

Franklin's music lessons —Bourgeois, Paulette.

Playing rhythm instruments at school is easy, but Beaver shows Franklin that practise is needed to learn to play the piano.

Franklin's pumpkin —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin is thrilled when he finds a giant pumpkin in his backyard, until he discovers that the competition at this year's fair is for the biggest zucchini.

Franklin and the magic show —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin puts on a magic show for his friends, but finds that his disappearing trick doesn't work. His father teaches him some easy tricks, so his next magic show is a success.

Franklin's library book —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin searches everywhere for his lost library book.

Franklin the detective —Jennings, Sharon.

After recovering his mom's purse, Franklin decides to put his detective skills to work for his friends.

Franklin's reading club —Jennings, Sharon.

When Franklin is lucky enough to get a copy of the new Dynaroo book, his friends are so excited, they won't let him read in peace, so Franklin comes up with a solution that pleases everybody.

Franklin's trading cards —Jennings, Sharon.

Franklin must decide who to give his Super Cat trading card to when two friends want it for their collection.

Franklin and the babysitter —Bourgeois, Paulette, author.

Franklin and Harriette are used to having Granny stay with them when their parents go out, but this time Mrs. Muskrat is the babysitter.

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