Franklin's Family Treasury

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This Franklin Treasury is a special gift from Franklin's family to yours. Here are four well-loved Franklin stories: Franklin Goes to the Hospital, Franklin's Baby Sister, Franklin and Harriet, and Franklin Says I Love You. In this collection, Franklin discovers that though he may face many challenges as he grows up, he will always have the love and support of his family.

Aspecial gift from Franklin's family to yours, this volume brings together four well-loved ...

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Overview

This Franklin Treasury is a special gift from Franklin's family to yours. Here are four well-loved Franklin stories: Franklin Goes to the Hospital, Franklin's Baby Sister, Franklin and Harriet, and Franklin Says I Love You. In this collection, Franklin discovers that though he may face many challenges as he grows up, he will always have the love and support of his family.

Aspecial gift from Franklin's family to yours, this volume brings together four well-loved Franklin stories. Franklin Goes to the Hospital, Franklin's Baby Sister, Franklin and Harriet and Franklin Says I Love You are charming tales that have made this lovable turtle one of the best-known and most endearing children's book characters. In this collection, Franklin discovers that though he may face many challenges as he grows up, he will always have the love and support of his family. Franklin's Family Treasury is sure to become a cherished addition to any child's library.

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Publishers Weekly
The paper-over-board collection Franklin's Family Treasury by Paulette Bourgeois, illus. by Brenda Clark, gathers four stories about the titular turtle originally published as picture books: Franklin Goes to the Hospital (2000), Franklin's Baby Sister (2000), Franklin and Harriet (2001) and Franklin Says I Love You (2002). All are aimed at reassuring children facing new challenges. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
Children's Literature
This book is a collection of four great stories dealing with life situations that can sometimes be difficult for a young child to understand. The first is about Franklin's trip to the hospital where he has an operation. The story takes the reader through the entire process explaining what and why certain things are done. The second talks about the arrival of a new baby that his mother will have in the spring. Franklin is so excited and spends each day thinking of adventures he and the new baby will have together. In the next story about Franklin and Harriet, he soon learns that being a big brother is not all what he thought it would be. Having to watch her every minute and sharing his beloved stuffed animal are not what he had in mind as fun. The final story is one of kindness when Franklin searches for the perfect Mother's Day gift. Bourgeois manages to anticipate the questions a child may have about the topics covered and answers them with insight, humor, and warmth. The illustrations add so much enjoyment and the expressions on Franklin's face just make you smile. This book is truly a treasure and one that all families of small children should own. 2003, Kids Can Press,
— Kathie Josephs
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781553374794
  • Publisher: Kids Can Press, Limited
  • Publication date: 2/28/2003
  • Series: Franklin Series
  • Pages: 128
  • Sales rank: 276,882
  • Age range: 3 - 8 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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  • Posted April 10, 2010

    Great books in the Franklin series

    Franklin books are great for the preschool set. They usually deal with some of the issues and emotions of this age. We started reading these when my son was four years old and his favorite was Franklin and the Thunderstorm, which is his greatest fear. The Family series is no exception as it has the books that tell the story of Franklin adjusting to a baby sister. Great for older brothers and sisters going through this big change. It also has the story of Franklin going to the hospital and dealing with what can be a scary experience and a sweet story of Franklin and his Mother's birthday.

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