Rainbow of the Sioux contains three stories. In "Alone in Indian Country", a young girl is encounters Sioux scouts and must decide if they are enemies or friends. In "Becoming Sioux", the young outcast uses her strength and mind to overcome obstacles. In "The Buffalo Hunt", Rainbow gains the courage to face a wild buffalo.
Albert Muldoon is England's stupidest detective, bumbling his way from one case to another. Fortunately, his sidekick, Clem the Detective Dog, is there to rescue Albert. In this audio, Clem solves three mysteries.
The Tibbodnock gang shares three adventures. In Boris the Kitten, the three children are awakened by a mysterious thumping coming from the attic. And it won't go away! In The Mystery of the Missing Duck, one of the ducks at the farmhouse goes missing and the three young detectives work together to solve the mystery. In The Treasure in the Cave, Emilita, Bongo and Maddy lose their way in a cave as they hunt for a pirate's treasure.
Travel back to 1874, as Daisy and her younger brother, Bud, shed their city slicker clothes and put on Western duds to match wits with robbers and rustlers in the Old West town of Coyote Gulch. In this audio, Daisy and Bud have three adventures.
Twelve-year old Fiona, the world's smartest ghost girl, finds a new home with Oliver and his sister, Pet. This audiobook contains three stories. In "Fiona the Ghost", Fiona appears to Oliver and Pet. In "Part of the Family", Oliver and Pet learn that bringing home the word's smartest ghost girl is easy compared to introducing her to their disbelieving parents. In "The Spelling Bee", Pet learns an important lesson after she wins a spelling bee with help from Fiona.