This girl finds a surprising way to make friends at a new school.
Two friends win more than the Egg Drop Challenge.
Edward is unhappy as a frog. Emily is unhappy as a worm. Can "magic" help both of them?
Quinn was afraid of the dark--until Dylan's sleepover.
Lucky's luck finally changes for the better.
A big mistake actually helps Chance and Iggy win the talent contest.
Who says that friends have to be the same age?
Jan has a problem--her secret admirer is a kindergartner.
Fox's fear is relieved when he finds that Bear is helping the birds not hurting them.
Hannah who feels as if she cheated gives her prize to another bicyclist.
Fox's way of doing the chores cheers up Bear.
Nathan selects just the right gift for himself even though it's Claire's birthday.
When Tara makes a friend from faraway Australia she pretends she's from Mars.
What this new family needs is a Thanksgiving tradition.
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.
A frog and a spider figure out how to help one another.
Darren takes a classmate's suggestion to play smart when he finally gets a chance at bat.
Mr. Petalucha isn't called a painter extraordinaire for nothing.
How can the school ski trip be fun if Carly has no friends?
Real teamwork wins the game for the Hawks.
A series of misadventures turn into fun for Derrick and Steve.
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.
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.
Stand Up for Citizenship in the Growing Character series teaches young readers about the value of being a good citizen. This book is intended to help build a foundation for students to develop into morally responsible, compassionate citizens and, with examples, show them how to make the choices that will let them grow into people of character. All books in the 21st Century Skills Junior library encourage readers to think critically and creatively, and use their problem-solving skills. Book includes table of contents, sidebars, glossary, index, activities, and author biography.