When Martha eats alphabet soup, the letters go to her brain and she develops the ability to talk./Helen’s cousin Carolina is a little bit older but a lot more fashion-conscious. Helen tries to take her advice, even though she’s pretty happy with how she looks already.
When Martha, a lovable dog, is fed alphabet soup, the pasta letters go to her brain instead of her stomach, giving her the ability to speak.
It’s Alice’s birthday and everybody’s invited, including Martha. The only problem is that Nelson (Martha’s cat nemesis) will be there too. When somebody—or some animal— ruins the birthday cake, Alice’s brother Ronald thinks Martha’s responsible./Martha, Helen, and T.D. uncover a plot to rob the jewelry store, or so they think until their two suspects turn out to be police detectives on a stakeout. Now that everybody has gone home in disgrace, how will Martha catch the real criminals?
Martha is inspired by her favorite show, “Courageous Collie Carlo.” Unfortunately, her attempts to become a doggie hero don’t quite work out the way she plans./Ronald finds out that Helen and Alice plan to go camping and warns them about Big Minnie, a mythical monster who lives in the woods. Undeterred, the campers set off. After all, everybody knows Big Minnie’s imaginary. Or is she?
Helen, Martha, and T.D. visit T.D.’s grandpa CK on his farm. When Martha tries to help with chores, things get a little out of hand. She doesn’t think she’s cut out to be a farm dog, until she raises the alarm, just in the nick of time./When Helen gets mad, Martha feels unappreciated and decides to run away. She finds the perfect job to match her abilities—as a telemarketer—and enjoys career success. But she realizes that no amount of success is a substitute for a loving family.
Granny Flo decides to cut costs at the soup factory. Who would notice if each bowl of soup had only half the letters of the alphabet anyway? Martha would, that’s who. /Now that Skits is full grown, his rambunctious behavior has really gotten out of hand. Mom and Dad tell Helen she has to train Skits or he will have to be an outside dog.
Tabitha St. Germain
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