The boys play some basketball
Playing basketball helps a boy find friends in a new hometown.
Jeff is upset about moving to a landlocked state until he "finds his waves."
Dorsi shouldn't leave her lizard's mealworms on a low shelf in the refrigerator, not with a toddler like Travis around.
Alex discovers that a nighttime fishing trip can be fun.
Can thirteen-year-old Kate drive a tractor-load of hay by herself?
Brad taught his younger sister how plants grow from seeds but what about the pencil stub bits of crayons and the other things she's planted?
Alan volunteers for night watch at the wildlife-conservation camp--can he overcome his fear?
Jenny plays confidently and boldly after watching and imitating the skillful players on the opposing water-polo team.
This girl finds a surprising way to make friends at a new school.
Amanda overcomes a language barrier and begins to relate to her newly adopted sister.
Jamie has offended the most popular girl on the softball team. Will any of the players ever be friends with her?
Malia is chosen to dance in the luau even after making a mistake.
Nina uses her detective skills to solve a tough case.
Quinn was afraid of the dark--until Dylan's sleepover.
Benjamin shows Sheriff Leon how he and his Oma saved the money to pay off the mortgage.
Abby is her team's staunchest supporter but when will she get a chance to play?
Edward is unhappy as a frog. Emily is unhappy as a worm. Can "magic" help both of them?
Two friends win more than the Egg Drop Challenge.
Yuri is teased about being small for his age--until he makes the village soccer-club team.
In this Indian folk tale, the moon teaches a valuable lesson to a boastful tailor.
Abby is jealous of a young drifter's expertise with horses.
This gymnast gets a chance to use her talent and energy.
Mr. Johnson learns that Rufus is a great dog--despite his weird bark.
The townspeople have run out of apples but the monster demands an apple pie every day . . . who can help?