Jimmy's selection of something to share with the class turns out to be the most interesting of all.
Rusty is trying to take a nap but things keep happening! He has to chase a fox get the cows back in their pasture and scare the crows away from the corn.
Brian adds a new twist to an old football play--and his team wins the game.
Josefina proves to Papa that she can be a helpful cowgirl.
Kristen thinks her cousin Maya is Gramma's favorite until Maya reveals the main topic of Gramma's letters.
Sometimes it is great to have a mom who is different from the rest.
Misha overcomes her fears as she takes her first-ever trip away from home.
Darren takes a classmate's suggestion to play smart when he finally gets a chance at bat.
A delicious treat reminds Ishmael of a special place.
In this folk tale from the Bahamas, Sister Felice outwits some tricky thieves.
Arizona is nervous about making a presentation in front of her class, but with her friend Mareya's help, she comes up with the courage--and the inspiration for the perfect subject.
Arizona's friend Abby is worried about getting braces. But after Abby and Arizona survey other kids with braces, Abby feels much better.
Folktale about husband and wife learning to think before speaking.
A series of misadventures turn into fun for Derrick and Steve.
How can the school ski trip be fun if Carly has no friends?
Ollie wants to do something special for Abuela for Mother's Day. When Arizona and Ollie find out Abuela's favorite treat is homemade ice cream, they have just the thing.
When the twins help out at the family store, Indi has an accident while bagging a customer's groceries. Everyone helps clean-up the mess and Indi is helped to see that she can learn from her mistake.
Aislinn finds a remedy for her pony's sore hooves.
Tim is excited to discover a new boy has moved in next door. After a somewhat confusing day of making plans, he discovers the one boy is actually a set of twins.
Arizona and Mareya's perfect potluck picnic doesn't go as perfectly as they'd hoped. Everyone brings potato salad!
Arizona can't help feeling envious of a girl at camp -- then finds out the girl admires her, too.
Can the young messenger help a great sculptor create a statue for the king?
Real teamwork wins the game for the Hawks.
When Arizona ruins Abuela's scarf on a ski trip, she has to muster the courage to admit it and apologize.
The twins are waiting to meet a new babysitter. They imagine what it would be like if she were a dragon, an octupus, and a bear. Mom enters happily into their imaginary game. When the babysitter finally arrives, she joins the fun as well.