Ava gets a big ouch while playing with friends. Encouragement and a prayer help her get back up and back to having fun.
Preschoolers will enjoy this sweet twist on the familiar Christmas story as they follow along with Rufus while he tries to find a gift for such a special baby.
Rufus gets upset when Ava comes along and messes up his favorite game. Will saying a prayer help him to be less angry?
Ava throws a picnic, but nobody brings enough food to share. What could make this picnic better?
When the Frolic friends get together to make soup, Jo the goat needs to learn patience while the soup cooks.
Hal the hedgehog is shy. When a new kid comes around, he'll have to learn how to make a new friend so they can all have fun together.
Uri has a fun day ahead and doesn't want to miss anything. Sometimes the fun gets to be too much! Children learn ways to calm down on too-busy days.
Rufus can't find his cape. His friends have ideas for where to look, but he won't listen. Rufus learns to ask for help, so his friends can help him.
Ava's friends keep coming up with things to do to celebrate her birthday. When Ava gets frustrated, the friends realize they need to think about what Ava likes, too.
It's the day of the big race and Hal wants to win. After a frustrating start, Hal learns to celebrate how we all grow at our own pace.
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