A) Franny travels to northern Scandinavia, where she meets a young reindeer named Romper, who wishes he were bigger, and had antlers like his dad. Franny tries to help Romper by putting branches on his head to look like antlers. When a baby hare ends up trapped in a small hole, only Romper is small enough to rescue it. Romper and Franny learn that being a grown-up is nice, but you're never too small to be a big help. In Franny's Treasures, Franny and Bobby prompt the audience to identify animals that have antlers. B) Franny travels to the middle of the woods, where she meets Woody, an eager beaver who is trying to build a dam. Woody is in a big hurry to finish, but he can't figure out how to block the water. Franny convinces him that if he hurries too much, he won't be successful. Woody follows Franny's advice, carefully building a dam. In Franny's Treasures, Franny and Bobby help viewers learn about evergreens and trees that lose their leaves.