Each of these stories has a lesson built in. They are written for young readers who are just progressing from easy reading.
Poppy is a pretty peacock and suffers from envy when an albino peacock is born. He attempts to beautify himself and makes all the other animals laugh.
Honey wants to be a hero. She's just a parrot but she can fly and has the heart for it. So she dresses up and helps the animals, whether they need help or not. It's only when she gives up that she actually gets to help someone.
Davey, the detective, is a crow who likes shiny things. When he loses his latest treasure, he's sure someone has stolen it. It's a good thing his Sherlock has a Watson to help him because she finds his paperclip in his nest...
Tommy, the woodpecker, wants to go trick or treating. He takes his friend, a raccoon, and they figure out how to steal all the candy. Unfortunately, you know how sick too much candy can make you. They've learned their lesson; they share the candy.
And last, but not least, is the Christmas story about Courtney, a young penguin who has just received her first Christmas present. She goes all the way to the North Pole to tell Santa thank you and finds it's Christmas again! Not only that, she may be able to help Santa as a thank you...
These are pleasant stories that can lead to some good discussion about why the animals acted that way and what they learned from their experiences. Why not share them with your young ones?