Set in 1940s, a tornado hits as Opal her mother and her brother take lunch to her father who is plowing in the field.
The townspeople have run out of apples but the monster demands an apple pie every day . . . who can help?
A neighbor is convinced he's seen Bigfoot. Now Eddie Cathy and Marie want to find out for themselves.
Sara's outdoor flowerpot has an Easter surprise.
A poor charcoal maker learns a valuable lesson about what's really important in his life.
Jim finds the best gift for his mom.
Donald Crocodile's singing saves his family from poachers who think the swamp is haunted.
Laura finds a way to enjoy a gift she cannot keep.
Melinda left her bunny at the library; now the boy who's playing with it won't give it back.
Alex learns that races are won by those who run the fastest and work the hardest.
Frightened and lost in the large store Benny remembers what Mom told him to do.
A prince is relieved of his 'grumps' when children come to play.
How did Emma's eagle turn into a butterfly?
Lucy's brother and his friends think they have a perfect name for the new puppy--until they find out it's a girl.
Who says that friends have to be the same age?
Jan has a problem--her secret admirer is a kindergartner.
Pete overcomes his fear and sleds down the hill.
Todd chooses a commission over an allowance then makes it "work."
In this story set in an ancient Mayan town, Jaguar Paw finally finds some kids who just want to play the game.
A volcano in Iceland is erupting, and Gudrun must find her younger brother so they can reach safety.
All the cowboys at the Circle S Ranch could yodel better than Davy--until one freezing-cold night.
Which is more important--what Max wants or what's best for Mr. O'Malley?
Hannah who feels as if she cheated gives her prize to another bicyclist.
Fox's way of doing the chores cheers up Bear.
A sensitive story about divorce during winter when Izzie's father moves out.