Lola Jones is going on her first date with C.J Kline, the star point guard of the Washington Warcats basketball team, but can they keep their plans secret from Lola's big brother and C.J's best friend? Book #2 in the series.
Lola Jones has strong feelings for star basketball player C.J Kline. When her big brother finds out, the couple might be torn apart for good. Book #3 in the series.
Lola Jones is head over heels for her new boyfriend C.J Kline, but she's keeping a secret from him. She has never kissed anyone. Book #4 in the series.
Daniela vino al campamento ecuestre desde Costa Rica y se supone que debe convivir con su prima Gabriela, pero algo no marcha bien al inicio. Libro de la colección Las Chicas Poni.
Kianna está triste porque parece que nadie se ha acordado de su cumpleaños.
When Freddy moves to the new farm, he hopes the other goats will forgive his fainting falls. Freddy's in for a rude awakening--no one will be his friend. When the kids visit the farm, however, Falling Freddy's luck begins to change. Maybe it isn't so bad to be a fainting goat!
Arnie is always sticking his nose where it doesn't belong. But he can't help it--he's a hungry anteater. The other animals aren't happy with Arnie. He pokes them while they're sleeping, knocks over their stuff, and even tickles them. But when another animal loses its baby, Arnie's nose comes in handy.
Opie is an opossum with a problem--he keeps fainting when he's frightened! And what is that awful smell every time he wakes up? The bunnies aren't sure what is wrong with Opie either, or whether they should be friends with such a strange, stinky creature. But when the wolf comes back, the bunnies might change their minds ...
Sally is a slippery, slimy salamander. She brags about how fast she is, and how no one can catch her. One day, though, she almost gets eaten. Sally escapes, but she loses her tail. How embarrassing if her friends find out! Will Sally ever tell a tale again with her tail gone?
Sammy the Tree Sloth is very, very slow. The monkeys in the trees breeze right by him. Sammy doesn't mind--but when a big storm hits, will he be fast enough to save himself? Or will Sammy save someone else?