Anna, Banana, and the Big-Mouth Bet
by Anica Rissi
After telling her dog Banana about her loose tooth and discovering that some of her friends do not believe in the Tooth Fairy, Anna makes an impulsive bet with a pesky boy who also has a loose tooth.
by Jenny Meyerhoff
Third-grader Anna has had trouble making friends since her family moved from a small town in New York to Chicago, but a group project at school leads to new opportunities, including friendships, a club, and a garden she can work in, just like in her last home.
Marion takes charge
by Callie Barkley
When Marion finally gets the chance to babysit her little sister, she finds that the task is harder than she expected, especially when she gets called to the Critter Club to help with a stray cat and must bring Gabby along.
by D.L. Green
Nine-year-old Tori is thrilled to be spending the summer at her grandmother's ranch, even if she has to share a room with her younger sister Miranda, who is eight--there is a beautiful, but very nervous, new pony called Jewel that she would love to ride, but her grandmother feels that this pony is just too much for a child.
The Arendelle Cup
by Erica David
People come from far and wide to compete in the Arendelle Cup, an annual sleigh race that runs through the mountains and forests around the snowy kingdom. This year, Anna and Elsa are going to race for the first time! But when another team takes a shortcut on an unsafe path, Anna, Elsa, and Sven join up with the defending champs to rescue the cheaters!
The Sleepy Hollow Mystery
by Gertrude Chandler Warner
In the town of Sleepy Hollow, the Aldens discover an old legend that's come back to life! Their friend's ghost-tour business is being disrupted by a spooky figure on horseback who throws pumpkins in the streets and frightens everyone. Has the headless horseman returned to haunt the town?
Wish Upon a Starfish
by Debbie Dadey
Longing for onstage stardom, Pearl auditions for the third-grade play and gets the part of the evil sea witch while her best friend is cast in the lead, a situation that challenges their friendship.