"A robin has moved into the garden, thrilling the WellieWishers with its pretty songs. When the girls bring it presents, they learn what robins like to eat. (Hint: It's sort of like spaghetti!) Then one day, the robin disappears. The girls go on a hunt to find it--and get a major surprise! Can animal-lover Willa figure out what's up with her new feathered friend?"-- Back cover.
The WellieWishers want to give Aunt Miranda something special for her birthday, and when Kendall discovers the Tomorrow Pile, a bunch of old, dirty, broken things, she sees the potential to make some cool stuff.
"The WellieWishers are putting on a show, and Emerson is in charge. The girls love her songs and silly skits, but not all of Emerson's creative ideas are working. Ashlyn can't see out of her pumpkin costume, Willa has a touch of stage fright, and Kendall is struggling with the special effects. When the girls try to tell her their problems, Emerson doesn't listen. Will the show go on?"--Back cover.
"The WellieWishers are throwing a carnival! There will be games and cotton candy, balloons and baby chicks. Best of all, there will be a real horse to ride! There's only one problem: Ashlyn refuses to come. Why? The carnival just won't be as much fun without Ashlyn! Can her friends convince her to give it a try?"--Page 4 of cover.
"Camille loves the ocean, the warm sand, the pretty shells, and the sparkling waves that tickle her toes. Sometimes she even imagines that she's a mermaid with whales and dolphins for friends! When the other WellieWishers see how much Camille misses her summers by the sea, they want to help, but how can four girls turn a garden into an ocean?"--Publisher.