Adventures From The Book Of Virtues: Courage
When Annie Redfeather hits a hurdle and falls flat on her face during a track meet, Plato offers the story of William Tell to bolster her courage so she can face the next big face.
Icarus And Deadalus
Annie vows to safely deliver her mother's cakes on her new bike, but she is tempted by Zach's challenge to a bike race. The resulting accident wrecks her new bike and the cakes. When Annie blames Zach for the accident, Plato tells the Greek myth of Icarus, the boy who flew too close to the sun.
Ulysses And The Cyclops
When Plato discovers that Zach and Annie have given up guitar and karate lessons, he takes them on a hike to the top of Plato's Peak. Along the way, Annie and Zach discover various objects, prompting several stories from Plato and Aurora about the importance of perseverance.