By Paulette Bourgeois, Brenda Clark
Franklin is going to School
With his new pencil case jam-packed with a ruler, eraser, and a dozen coloured pencils, Franklin is prepared for his first day of school'until it's time to board the bus. during this Franklin vintage Storybook, Franklin faces the buzz and worry of beginning school.
Franklin Rides a Bike
In this Franklin vintage Storybook, Franklin is decided to trip his motorcycle with out education wheels, and he can't comprehend why it kind of feels really easy for his friends'or why it's so challenging for him.
Franklin tells a fib and reveals himself in an embarrassing challenge. Paulette Bourgeois and Brenda Clark hyperlink their skills to supply one other successful Franklin vintage Storybook.
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