The Poky Little Puppy, by Janette Sebring Lowrey. Read by Susan Gregory A poky little puppy loves to dig holes under the fence despite what his family says. But the poky little puppy digs one hole too many and ends up missing dessert
Scuffy the Tugboat, by Gertrude Crampton. Read by Skip Hinnant Meant for “bigger things,” Scuffy the Tugboat sets off on a daring adventure to explore the world but realizes that home is where he’d rather be, sailing in his bathtub.
Tawny Scrawny Lion, by Kathryn Jackson. Read by Skip Hinnant Once there was a tawny scrawny lion that was always hungry, until he met 10 little rabbits who taught him how to eat carrot stew–instead of them!
The Saggy Baggy Elephant, by K. and B. Jackson. Read by Susan Gregory After a parrot makes fun of Sooki’s big ears, long nose, and wrinkled skin, the “saggy baggy” elephant isn’t too sure of himself–until he meets some beautiful creatures that look and dance just like him.
Kathryn Jackson|Skip Hinnant
About Kathryn Jackson
Kathryn Jackson wrote hundreds of stories for Golden Books, many of which were co-authored with her husband, Byron, including The Saggy Baggy Elephant; Pirates, Ships, and Sailors; and Tawny Scrawny Lion.
J. P. Miller illustrated the bestselling Little Golden Book The Little Red Hen and has influenced and inspired many of today’s top children’s book illustrators.
About Skip Hinnant
Skip Hinnant’s first major role was as Cathy's boyfriend Ted on The Patty Duke Show from 1963 to 1965, and Schroeder in the original cast of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown during its original off-Broadway run in 1967. He is best known as a featured performer on the children's show The Electric Company, which aired on the American educational television network PBS from 1971 to 1977
Little Golden Treasury by Gertrude Crampton, Janette Sebring Lowrey, Kathryn Jackson, K. and B. Jackson