Gerald the elephant has a big decision to make, but will he make it in time?
Gerald is tired and cranky and wants to take a nap, but Piggie is not helping.
Elephant Gerald and Piggie want to go for a drive, but as Gerald thinks of one thing after another that they will have to take along, they come to realize that they lack the most important thing of all.
Piggie tells Gerald she has a surprise for him, but it is not there yet so Gerald must be patient.
"Piggie really likes slop. She likes it so much, she wants Gerald to try some! But can Gerald find the courage to do it? Or will the smell alone be too much to handle?"--Provided by publisher.
Piggie introduces her reluctant friend, Gerald the elephant, to the wonderful world of pretend.
Gerald and Piggie discover the joy of being read. But what will happen when the book ends?
Gerald the elephant and Snake fear that Piggie and Brian Bat will have so much fun together they will no longer need their best friends.
Gerald the elephant tells his best friend Piggie a long, crazy story about how he broke his trunk.
Gerald the elephant discovers that there is something worse than a bird on your head-- two birds on your head! Piggie will try to help her best friend.
When Elephant accidentally breaks Piggie's new toy, they both experience intense feelings before coming to realize how important their friendship is.
Gerald the elephant is certain that he cannot dance but his friend Piggie convinces him to try.
When Piggie plays her new trumpet for Gerald, the elephant decides he must be honest in his response.
Elephant and Piggie learn to play catch with their new friend Snake.
While Piggie is determined to fly, Elephant is skeptical, but when Piggie gets a little help from others, amazing things happen.
Friends Elephant and Piggie are playing outside when it starts to rain, and then they must decide what to do.
"The Pigeon is dirty and he needs a bath, but he won't go willingly"--Provided by publisher.
The pigeon must go to school, but frets about math, learning the alphabet, heavy backpacks, and what the teacher and other birds will think of him.