A) Franny returns to the African Savannah, where Hornswell, a rhino, has been telling tall tales to his buddy, Oxie, an Oxpecker. When Hornswell gets stuck in a hole, Franny helps him understand that telling stories is great fun as long as everyone knows they're just stories. In Franny's Treasures, Franny and Bobby prompt the audience to identify animals that live in the grasslands. B) Franny visits the Great Lakes, where she meets a moose named Mowat, who wants to sing like the loons, but has trouble reaching high notes. When a little loon gets lost, she hears the sound of Mowat's loud and low baritone, and reaches the shore safely. Franny convinces Mowat that he sounds just fine when he sings low, and the grateful loons invite him to join their choir. In Franny's Treasures, Franny and Bobby prompt the audience to identify animals that have antlers.