|“||Mrs. Whale, can we borrow your ball, please?||„|
|~ Puffins asking Thelma to borrow their ball.|
Thomas, Sharon, Lewis, and Jamie the Puffins are four puffins who play football. They live in Mossy Bay Island. Jamie is the littlest of them all, Sharon is the bravest, Lewis is the youngest, and Thomas is the leader.
Thomas, Sharon, Lewis, and Jamie have different sizes. Each of their beaks have a pattern of purple, yellow, and red colouring. They resemble penguins, but do not have tails.
All four are capable in playing football and conflicting Mister Mustache. They are actually very playful when coached by their referee Gunnar.
Thomas's personality in character is when in charge of the other three. Sharon is the bravest who is not afraid of anyone grumpy. Lewis is very helpful towards Sharon and Thomas who tries to let Jamie get his attention. Jamie is eventually the littlest and very autistic sometimes.
- The Story of the Puffins of Mossy Bay (first appearance)
- The Story of Jamie the Littlest Puffin
- The Story of the Puffins' Treasure
- The Story of Thelma the Whale
- The Story of the Whale Trip
- The Story of the Record-Breaking Puffins
- The puffins are one of the only characters from Mossy Bay Island who visit the zoo to tell Lucy a story. The other is Gunnar.
- They are based on Atlantic puffins.
- Their main enemies are Jack Big Claw and his crabs. The reason is that Jack is the leader of the territorial crabs and eventually the unbeatable champion.
- Sharon is the only female in the group. The other three (Thomas, Jamie, and Lewis) are male.
- Thomas, Sharon, and Lewis never narrated any story when meeting Lucy. Only Jamie told the story to Lucy.
- Like Puffin from "The Swan Princess", they speak in an Irish accent.
- They look like Adelie penguins (Pygoscelis adeliae). But they are puffins. One can tell that Jamie is flying, because he's a puffin and penguins don't fly.
- They (expect Jamie) yelled at Thelma with very harsh words, that she landed on their football match. They are not really villains, they are counted as anti-heroes.
- They are similar to the Vultures from "Disney's The Jungle Book". Both of them are birds and what to do something fun.