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The trip: Louie constructs a shoebox diorama and uses his imagination to visit his old neighborhood. A letter to Amy: Something extraordinary happens when Peter tries to mail Amy an invitation to his birthday. Peter's chair: Peter wants to run away when his baby sister arrives, but soon learns something important about growing up. Pet show!: Archie needs to come up with a pet in a hurry for the neighborhood pet show. Whistle for Willie: For Peter, learning to whistle means being able to call his dog, and being a bit closer to being grown up. Goggles!: Peter and his friend call upon a faithful dog to outsmart a gang of bullies who want Peter's motorcycle goggles. Apt. 3: The sounds of a harmonica lead to an understanding between a blind man and two boys who live in the same building in the city. The snowy day: A city snowfall has a boy making snow angels, snowballs, sliding down snow mountains - and looking forward to going outside again.