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.
Aislinn finds a remedy for her pony's sore hooves.
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.
Albert finally puts his safety-planning skills to work.
For this boy completing the marathon is the real reward.
Arizona befriends a new girl from swimming lessons, and Mareya feels left out.
Athena's family's custom of picking and cooking dandelion greens embarrasses Athena. But when she sees her new friend try the food, she realizes she could be more open-minded herself.
Arizona encounters a rude girl at camp and decides to steer clear. It's only when the girl breaks down crying that AZ discovers the source of the girl's behavior.
When Gran and Poppy have to cancel their annual trip due to Gran's knee surgery, Arizona is very disappointed. But after "talking things over" with her cat, Cow, she realizes she can keep in touch with her grandparents in other ways.
Sixteen-year-old Spencer loves his job at the local racing stable, but when he becomes convinced that someone is drugging the racehorse Lord of the Flies, no one believes him. In an effort to find out who is behind a dangerous race-fixing scheme, he takes on some of the most unsavory members of the track community. By refusing to turn a blind eye, Spencer risks losing those he cares most about, including Em, the stableowner's niece.
Jack Spencer has more to worry about than being kicked off his high school's basketball team. He uncovers suspicious circumstances surrounding the car crash that severely injured his mother and learns of his father's arrest for fraud. Jack's dad is tough on him, but he has learned to live with it. For the most part, he has it pretty good. Jack is a star player on his high school basketball team with everything going for him-scoring records, popularity and an easy path to a college scholarship. Almost as fast as the crash that put his mom in the hospital, everything Jack believes in starts to crumble. His only hope is to discover what's really going on, and quickly. If he doesn't, Jack may lose much more than a basketball career.