Numbers 1-10 are missing! If they can't be found, how will people count? Ranger is a search and rescue dog who answers the call to find the lost numbers. His mission is to overcome any obstacle and stop at nothing until those numbers have been found. Whether up on a roof or down by a stream, Ranger is determined to do his job so children can continue to count. But can he really find them all? What if the job is just too much for one dog? Come along on Ranger's journey and help him count down from ten!
In the book, Nine Pounds of Gold, author Stanley G. Buford extols the virtues of a young "would-be scientist", Bick, who wants to change the world after inventing a machine to extract gold from the oceans. With his trusty sidekick, little brother Stink, and the confidence of a crafty science teacher, Mr. Priestly, he sets out to turn his new dream into reality. You will be amazed and intrigued with the ending to this story.
Tatum loves to fly around on Halloween and play guardian angel over all the little kiddies. To ensure they have fun, Tatum has a secret weapon to make all the "meanies" not so scary - her magical, twinkling tangerine dust! It's not so easy being mean when you've been sprinkled with tangerine!
Ryland loves to box. He uses all the skills and moves he's learned to prove he won't back down from four hungry-looking werewolves on Halloween Night. It may be four against one, but he's about to find out just how far his courage can take him.
When a coven of witches arrive to stir up trouble, they're fascinated by Peyton's hip hop moves. Suddenly, their hexes, chants, and spells don't seem quite so exciting. They want to learn to dance like Peyton! In return, they've got a big surprise for the girl who's crazy about free-styling.
Danny is a little boy who doesn't like to clean his room. He'd rather be playing than dusting, but when he finds a tribe of friendly, fuzzy dustbunnies has moved in uninvited, he has to figure out what to do with them. Uncle Burrowmore, Cousin Pawsworth, and the rest of the dustbunnies are a chatty, friendly lot, but Danny certainly doesn't want them to stay. When Danny discovers they're only there because he doesn't clean, he knows there's only one thing he can do. Danny has to clean his room!
Wally doesn't understand why he's a different color than his brothers and sisters. On top of that, he can't purr. All he can do is screech. The harder he tries, the worse he sounds. He wants to believe his mother when she tells him he'll purr when he's happy, but he doesn't understand what it's going to take to make him happy. So Wally begins a journey to discover the reason for his differences and hopes he can find something to make him purr. Instead, what he finds is the true meaning of love and acceptance.
One little girl and her grandmother face an obstacle that erases memories and takes away the voice of love. Della is so proud of her grandmother who was once a famous gospel singer. She wants to sing and travel just like Grandma did. She even dresses like Grandma. But the security of Della and Grandma's loving relationship is shaken by the fact that Grandma has the "forgetting disease", also known as Alzheimer's disease. One Sunday morning, Grandma wants to sing once more solo in church, but she's having trouble remembering the words.