A posse of word-wrangling Reading Rangers always saves the day with teamwork and a helping hand. A posse of word-wrangling Reading Rangers always saves the day with teamwork and a helping hand.
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November 20, 2012
The Rangers show Cookie that there are all sorts of different genres of books to read.
November 13, 2012
The Rangers discover that no one in Docville can describe anything because the Mayor has stolen all of the adjectives.
November 6, 2012
Book thefts are happening in Docville just as a mysterious verb specialist appears in town.
Words Spelled Differently Than They Sound
October 30, 2012
A Stranger rides into Docville and is surprised that words may be spelled differently than they sound.
The Importantance of Reading
October 23, 2012
Ranger Kara is a stranger in a town where nobody learned to read.
Read Around It
October 16, 2012
A puddle problem plagues Docville, as Cookie struggles with world he doesn't understand in new cake recipe.
October 9, 2012
The Mayor enlists Ranger Drew to help her fix the punctuation on her re-election campaign posters.
October 2, 2012
Cookie now has an insatiable appetite for books, he learns the Library is the ultimate literary buffet.
September 25, 2012
The Mayor needs to raise more funds for a statue so she decides to tax everything that is a noun.
September 24, 2012
Ranger Drew writes a song about the Mayor and has to substitute pronouns
Don't Judge a Book by its Cover
Villain Calaminty Barbara takes over the library and shows the Reading Rangers the true meaning of "not judging a book by its cover."
The Mayor is hatching another scheme to steal all of the books from the Docville library. To be successful she will need to rely on the listening skills of her two henchmen: Pinky and Giggles.
After finding the "Golden Bean", Cookie is nervous about giving an acceptance speech to the founder of the Reliable Bean Company.
The Library is Free
Pinky and Giggles discover that everything at the library is "free, free, free."
Common Rhyming Patterns
Ranger Kara helps Ranger Drew write a song for Rangerpalooza using common rhyming patterms.
After getting nominated for an award, the Mayor decides to put the town in alphabetical order.
After having read all of the Mayor's books, Pinky tells Giggles the story of "The Lone Reader."
Wilson shows Ranger Drew that the most powerful tool for learning new words is the dictionary
The Joy of Reading
The annual Reading Rangers Games showcase everyone's "joy of reading."
The Mayor doesn't like Ranger Dalmar's article about her "magnificent muffins."