Cotterpin's Perfect Building (1986)
Published in 1986 by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. By Ellen Weiss. Illustrations by Lauren Attinello. Hardback, 32 pages.
After their assistant architect designs the Perfect Building, the Doozers of Fraggle Rock stop building things and must cope with the resulting boredom.
Wembley and the Soggy Map (1986)
Published in 1986 by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. By Louise Gikow. Illustrations by Lisa McCue. Hardback, 32 pages.
When Wembley accidentally ruins Gobo's map, he learns that being angry doesn't mean you stop caring about someone.
Wembley Fraggle and the Magic Stone (1986)
Published in 1986 by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. By Louise Gikow. Illustrations by Lauren Attinello. Hardback, 32 pages.
Wembley wishes on a "magic stone" that he be able to make decisions more easily, and his belief in the wish changes his life dramatically.
Gobo and the Prize from Outer Space (1986)
Published in 1986 by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. By Lyn Calder. Illustrations by Frederic Marvin. Hardback, 32 pages.
Arguing over who gets to use the bicycle they hope to win in a contest, five friends in Fraggle Rock have a terrible fight and stop speaking to each other.
The Case of the Missing Socks (1986)
Published in 1986 by Holt, Rinehart, and Winston. By Rebecca Grand. Illustrations by Jeffrey Severn. Hardback, 32 pages.
Wembley and Boober, two Fraggle friends, set out to catch the mysterious thief who is stealing Boober's socks.
The Great Fraggle Travel Race (1986)
Published in 1986 by Playskool, a subsidiary of Hasbro. Script by Mary Packard. Illustrations by Barbara McClintock. Softcover, 24 pages.
This book came with a tape that tells the story via a script read by the actual Fraggle Rock Muppet performers. The book itself has no words to it but seems to be divided into sections where the dialogue is to be followed on the tape. From just looking at the pictures, it's difficult to tell what the Fraggle Travel Race is. I'm not sure what the Electronic Talk 'N Play Learning system player actually did though other than play the tape. It had to have had some kind of sensory gimmick.
According to the back of the book, there appear to have been two songs written specifically for this book: "A Fraggle's a Fraggle" and "Trash". "The Fraggle Rock Theme" is also listed.
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