Book six of the Willy Series. Mother Hen's eggs were missing. She was so upset. Willy was upset too. Who could have taken her eggs? But then Socks, the cat, came into the barn with wet paint on her back. But Willy didn't think Socks was stealing the eggs. How could he prove it?
Little Willy, the hard-of-hearing duck, thought he heard Farmer Jack and Otis say that Mo was leaving the farm. He was so upset he told Maybelle the cow, and Maebelle told Curly the pig, and Curly told Sock the cat. Before long, the entire farm knew Mo was leaving, including Mo. What could they do?
Everyone is staying out of the pond by the barnyard - everyone but Willy, the hard of hearing little duck. He doesn't hear their warnings and goes swimming. Boy is he in for a surprise.
Mother Hen wants all the farm animals in the barn because Nado is coming. But little Willy, the hard-of-hearing duck, doesn't know what a Nado is. Everyone is finally in the barn except for Maebelle, so Willy set out to find her.
Willy, the hard-of-hearing little duck, had been waiting for the other ducks to fly south to his pond. He couldn't wait to make new friends and he thought Waffles was a very cute girl duck. Problem was, she didn't seem to like him. Whatever could be wrong?
In the fifth book of the Willy Series, Willy, the hard-of-hearing little duck, overhears Otis talking about Other's Day. Other's Day is a special day when you show others how much you care. So what could Willy do for all his friends?
Willy discovers Halloween and meets a ghost.