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* AssInALionSkin & AWolfInSheepsClothing: ''Lana Llama's Little Lamb'' is about one of these, who keeps trying to get into the pen where Lana Llama's friend Lucky Lamb plays by dressing himself up as a lamb and offering to read a book or share pie with her. Each time, though Lana stops him from letting the wolf in. Finally, Lana solves the problem by talking about it with her teacher, Alpha Betty. Fortunately, Alpha Betty happens to be a lion, and she gives him a nice long talk about how to be a friendly neighbor, causing him to have a HeelFaceTurn.

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* NiceHat: In ''Corky Cub's Crazy Caps'', Corky Cub and his best friend Connie Cougar have fun playing together and making special caps together, with a wide variety of wild designs. Then Corky is broken up when Connie moves away, so his teacher Alpha Betty suggests he make a friendship-making cap. He does so and soon he has a whole group of friends that he makes caps together with, though he still has fun with Connie when she comes to visit.





* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: One of the conceits of the series is that the name of every character in Alpha Betty's class, all 26 of them, starts with a different letter. However, in each adventure, the particular character generally spends time with other characters not in the class whose name starts with the same letter. For example, in ''Gertie Gorilla's Glorious Gift'', she attends a birthday party for Godfrey Goat and gets help from Gary Gazelle.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: AlphabeticalThemeNaming: One of the conceits of the series is that the name of every character in Alpha Betty's class, all 26 of them, starts with a different letter. However, in each adventure, the particular character generally spends time with other characters not in the class whose name starts with the same letter. For example, in ''Gertie Gorilla's Glorious Gift'', she attends a birthday party for Godfrey Goat and gets help from Gary Gazelle.Gazelle.
* AlliterativeName: All the anthropomorphic animal characters have alliterative names, like Alexander Anteater, Gertie Gorilla, Godfrey Goat, Gary Gazelle, Hanna Hippo, Quentin Quokka, Zachary Zebra, etc.


'''''Animal Antics A to Z''''' is a series of picture books featuring anthropomorphic animal characters. 26 in all, one for each letter of the alphabet, all are written by Barbara deRubertis and illustrated by R.W. Alley. Each story features a different animal that attends Alpha Betty's kindergarten class. Each has an alliterative title and a cute story about an animal, each special in its own way. At the end of each books are real-life facts about the featured animal, along with a picture of the actual animal.

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'''''Animal ''Animal Antics A to Z''''' Z'' is a series of picture books featuring anthropomorphic animal characters. 26 in all, one for each letter of the alphabet, all are written by Barbara deRubertis and illustrated by R.W. Alley. Each story features a different animal that attends Alpha Betty's kindergarten class. Each has an alliterative title and a cute story about an animal, each special in its own way. At the end of each books are real-life facts about the featured animal, along with a picture of the actual animal.


* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every one of them has an alliterative title with a different animal in the alphabet.

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* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every one of them has an alliterative title with a different animal in the alphabet.alphabet.
* SeldomSeenSpecies: As the books run A-to-Z, there are common animals like a dog and a goat, but there's also unusual ones, such as a quokka.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: One of the conceits of the series is that the name of every character in Alpha Betty's class, all 26 of them, starts with a different letter. However, in each adventure, the particular character generally spends time with other characters not in the class whose name starts with the same letter. For example, in ''Gertie Gorilla's Glorious Gift'', she attends a birthday party for Godfrey Goat and gets help from Gary Gazelle.

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* ExpressiveEars: Jeremy Jackrabbit has them, possibly other characters too.

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'''''Animal Antics A to Z''''' is a series of picture books featuring anthropomorphic animal characters. 26 in all, one for each letter of the alphabet, all are written by Barbara deRubertis and illustrated by R.W. Alley. Each story features a different animal that attends Alpha Betty's kindergarten class. Each has an alliterative title and a cute story about an animal, each special in its own way. At the end of each books are real-life facts about the featured animal, along with a picture of the actual animal.

!The ''Animal Antics A to Z'' titles include examples of:

*AlliterativeTitle: From ''Alexander Anteater's Amazing Act'' to ''Zachary Zebra's Zippity Zooming''
*ConstantlyCurious: This is the defining trait of Quentin Quokka in ''Quentin Quokka's Quick Questions''.
*DisembodiedEyebrows: In some scenes in ''Hanna Hippo's Horrible Hiccups'', Hanna is depicted as having disembodied eyebrows. Other characters have these as well.
*FunnyAnimals: Although the books include info about the real animal at the end, they are more about teaching vocabulary and phonemic awareness. The characters attend school and while they have certain traits unique to their particular animal (i.e. a jumpy jackrabbit), their behaviors and concerns are otherwise human. It's also a WorldOfFunnyAnimals.
*HiccupHijinks: It's the featured trope of ''Hanna Hippo's Horrible Hiccups''.
*IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every one of them has an alliterative title with a different animal in the alphabet.

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