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.
"In the 1950s, if fourth-grader Maryellen is going to invent a flying machine, become famous, and get her big sister Joan's wedding off the ground, she will need all the help and all the friends she can get!"--
While her father is away fighting in World War II, Molly finds her life full of change as she eats terrible vegetables from the victory garden and plans revenge on her brother for ruining her Halloween.
"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.
When middle school mishaps happen, five friends form the S.M.A.R.T. Squad, in which they use their collective skills and the power of science to bring order to their school. Science reigns supreme with this squad of young brainiacs. Join Izzy Newton and her friends in the first adventure of this fun new middle-grade fiction series from National Geographic Kids. A crowded new school and a crazy class schedule is enough to make Izzy feel...
"What if you suddenly found yourself in Maryellen's world of the 1950s. Together, you and Maryellen could go to a sock hop, enter a contest, or take a road trip in the camper. As you read, you decide what happens next by choosing your own path through this multiple-ending story"--
"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.