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Growing up isn't always easy, and sometimes it helps to know that you have a friend who'll be there for you. Heloise is that sort of friend. Would you like to meet her?
Have you ever felt as if you just don't fit in? Pink Ethel feels like that all the time. Will she ever be just like everybody else?
Sometimes, just when you think your life is perfect and you want it to stay the same forever, something happens and everything changes. Just ask little mice Squeaks, Megan and Cornelia...
Do you know how sometimes you meet somebody and you like them straight away, and you know that you'll be friends forever? That's just how Amy feels about her friend Stinky.
Have you ever seen a goldfish recycle? No??? What are you waiting for?
What could possibly go wrong if you took your turtle for a vacation in New York City? Well, a lot, if your turtle happens to be Moochie!
Little birds Cricket and Watson dream of flying off into the sky. They're just not quite sure how to go about it...
Do you have a big dream – something you know you'd do really well, if only you got the chance? Annabella is a little aardvark who dreams of becoming a rock star. She just knows she can do it... but can she make her dream come true?
Sometimes your holiday plans don't go quite as you expected. Sometimes they go even better!
Tuppence was looking forward to a perfect Christmas – and her family already had the perfect tree. But then something happened that no penguin chick could possibly have expected...
Imagine if you slept all the way through winter: you'd miss Christmas! That's what happened to little hedgehog Corduroy, until the year he decided to make some changes...
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