"When a fairy godmouse forces Whiskerella to wear glass slippers and attend balls night after night in search of a happily ever after, it's up to Princess Harriet Hamsterbone to break the spell and save the day"--
Og the frog is a classroom pet who is living the high-life with children who feed him fat crickets and a fuzzy hamster as his next-door neighbor. But one day, there is discussion about returning Og to the swamp. Not wanting to be bullied by the bull frogs or deal with snakes, Og decides to make himself the best class pet ever.
"In the seventh Super Turbo book, visiting a student's home sounds harmless... until Super Turbo meets the Cat-Nappers! As the class pet hamster, Turbo is simply delighted to learn that he'll be going home with a new student each week. He loves his second-grade students! But his delight disappears when he arrives at the first student's home. That's because a bunch of lazy, napping cats turn out to be the dreaded Cat-Nappers!"--Amazon.com.
After learning about Sherlock Holmes, Humphrey the classroom hamster follows clues to try and discover why Mrs. Brisbane is gone and Mr. E., a fun but not very educational substitute, is taking her place in Room 26 at Longfellow School.
The last member of a line of explorers, unfailingly optimistic Pigsticks hires a hapless delivery hamster named Harold to be his companion for a quest that wends through jungles, deserts, and mountains in search of the Ends of the Earth.
In his continuing adventures, Freddy, a golden hamster who can read and write, joins his animal and human friends to save a colony of endangered field hamsters from being killed when an automobile plant is constructed on their land.
The characters in Freddy's latest novel, an evil fifteenth-century poacher and his ferrets, mysteriously come to life, endangering Freddy and his friends and drawing them to an English castle near where the poacher once lived.