The house on East 88th Street: A family moving into a new house discovers in their bathtub a talented crocodile named Lyle, who soon becomes an important part of the family.
Lyle is perfectly happy living with the Primms on East 88th St. until irritable Mr. Grumps next door changes all that.
Count the dogs as Lyle the crocodile's dog walking business grows.
A father and daughter explore their neighborhood, talking and asking questions as they go.
Provides examples of the many kinds of courage found in everyday life and in unusual circumstances, from tasting the vegetable before making a face to being a firefighter or police officer.
At Christmastime, Lyle the crocodile helps Mr. Grumps search for his missing cat Loretta.
Lyle the crocodile exeriences many changes in his life when his mother moves in with the Primm family and Mrs. Primm announces she is expecting a baby.
Lyle the Crocodile leaves his happy home on East 88th Street with the Primms to go in search of his mother at the urging of his former employer Hector P. Valenti, star of stage and screen.
Lyle, the crocodile, thought everyone loved him until the day he received a hate note from an anonymous despiser.
A little boy is excited at the prospect of spending the night at his friend's house but worries how he'll get along without his teddy bear.
In a cumulative story, one animal after another asks to come in out of the winter cold to sleep in Bearsie Bear's big bed.
All kinds of foods are served faster and faster--until the cook has had enough!
Ira is surprised to discover that his best friend Reggie feels happy about having to move to a new town.
It is impossible for Cat to think of anything but mice, mice, and more mice.
Lyle the crocodile causes a neighborhood feud while trying to win the friendship of Mr. Grump's frightened cat, Loretta.