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Cork and Fuzz Series

Lisa McCue and Dori Chaconas
Meet Cork and Fuzz, a muskrat and a possum who happen to be best friends. With gentle humor and simple stories this easy-to-read series will entertain beginning readers, while warm, expressive illustrations add just the right amount of visual clues to help them along.
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Cork and Fuzz Series : Titles in Order

Book 11
Celebrate ten years of this popular easy-to-read series with the best friends’ first-ever picture book–a lovely holiday tale.

Cork the muskrat knows there’s something special about today, but he just can’t figure out what it is. So he and his best friend, the possum Fuzz, go on a search to find a tree for a little “piece of quiet,” so they can think about what makes this day so special. But the first tree has too many birds, and the next has too many squirrels–they’re not quiet at all! At last, when the snow begins to fall, Cork and Fuzz find the perfect place to rest their heads: under a lovely outdoor Christmas tree. In the end, Cork realizes what makes this day so special is that he is “in a beautiful place with my friend.”
Book 10
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to clean. Fuzz is a tall possum who would rather play than tidy. When Cork tells Fuzz to help with chores, Fuzz says, “You are not the boss of me!” Can the two friends find a way to have fun and clean up?
 
The tenth book in this easy-to-read series is a gently funny story of two best friends who, whether messy or clean, always find a way to work together.
Book 9
Cork is a short muskrat who knows how to wait, and Fuzz is a tall possum who doesn’t like to wait for anything. When a round, yellow object floats through the sky, both Cork and Fuzz chase after it. Is it the sun? Is it an egg? Wait a minute—did it just pop? A funny, charming, easy-to-read story about the adventures of two best friends who go together perfectly—differences and all.
Book 8
Cork is a muskrat who likes small, safe adventures. Fuzz is a possum who likes big, exciting adventures. Fuzz convinces Cork to go with him on a snowy exploration, but Cork is scared of the big animals they might encounter. When Fuzz pretends he has seen a dangerous animal, he only makes Cork more scared. Then, like the Boy Who Cried Wolf, Fuzz really does run into a big animal—a puppy! Both friends discover how brave they really are, and learn when it is and isn’t okay to fool someone you care about.
Book 7
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to help out. Fuzz is a tall possum who likes to help himself. Cork is babysitting a porcupine, and he needs Fuzz’s help. Fuzz says he’s too busy. But when the porcupine goes missing, it is up to Fuzz to help find him! Young readers will love the sixth installment in the popular Cork and Fuzz series!
Book 6
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to help out. Fuzz is a tall possum who likes to help himself. Cork is babysitting a porcupine, and he needs Fuzz’s help. Fuzz says he’s too busy. But when the porcupine goes missing, it is up to Fuzz to help find him! Young readers will love the sixth installment in the popular Cork and Fuzz series!
Book 5
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to find things. Fuzz is a tall possum who likes to keep things. Fuzz wants to keep Cork’s lost stone when he finds it. But a chipmunk runs away with it. Who will say “finders keepers” now?
Book 4
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to collect shiny stones. Fuzz is a tall possum who also likes to collect shiny stones. Fuzz tries to collect a ÒstoneÓ from a duckÕs nest and, in turn, the mama duck tries to collect him. Will Cork be able to save his friend?
Book 3
Cork is a short muskrat who likes to win at games. Fuzz is a tall possum who also likes to win at games. Two best friends. Both like to win. What will happen when they play games against each other?
Book 2
Even though Cork is a short muskrat and Fuzz is a tall possum, they can still be best friends. Or can they? ?I am older,? Cork said. ?I need to be taller. It is a rule.? Can friendship break such rules?
Book 1
Cork is a muskrat. Fuzz is a possum. Cork eats only veggie stuff. Fuzz eats beetles and worms. Cork likes to play hide-and-seek. Fuzz likes to play find-and-eat. Cork and Fuzz have nothing in common. Or do they?

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