Little Bill discovers that some of the best treasure cannot be bought or collected. At home on a windy and rainy day, Little Bill is bored. His father has jazz records to listen to, and his brother has a great baseball card collection. Bill wants something special, too--something that he can call his own. But what does he have? His great-grandmother comes to his rescue. She gets Bill to tell her a story, and she laughs and laughs at the tale he tells. Little Bill realizes that he has something special after all: the ability to tell a good story and make people laugh.
Bill Cosby's Little Bill books are engaging and uplifting, entertaining and, at the same time, educational. Each story highlights a certain problem and encourages the use of imagination and creativity to find solutions.