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Franklin Turtle is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Turtle and big brother of Harriet Turtle. Unlike his other friends, he is not named for the animal that he represents, although it is used in his surname. And he is the one of the few in Woodland to have parents who are not siblings but of different families (along with Bear, Beaver, Goose and Rabbit) while most have sibling parents. Franklin is shown to be a kind and caring person, But sometimes can be a little forgetful and somewhat…

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Franklin (series)

Franklin is a series of books created by Paulette Bourgeois (illustrator) and Brenda Clark (author). The series focuses on the adventures ofa young turtle named Franklin, his family and friends. The series was introduced in 1986 with Franklin in the Dark, inspired by an episode of the hit television series M*A*S*H. In all, over 25 books were released in the main series, as well as numerous spinoff books based on the television franchise spawned from it. Later installments of the series…