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One spring morning, Karen and her class find a duck outside the classroom. Later they get to observe the hatching of her eggs, and they help take care of her ducklings!
Karen's favorite cousin is coming to visit. Karen will bring her to an Easter egg hunt and even to the Easter parade! She plans to be the best host ever. But it is not so easy. Diana wants to do things that will get Karen in trouble. Karen wants to stop her. But can she do it without ruining their visit -- or ruining Easter?
Karen, Hannie, and Nancy -- the Three Musketeers -- can't wait to compete with Pamela and her pals in a tug-of-war and other outdoor games at Stoneybrook Academy's annual Field Day.
Karen is the most talented student in her ice-skating class. Her new friend, the best skater in Stoneybrook, thinks Karen could grow up to be a champ. But it will take hard work ... and Karen is sick of practicing!
It's all-girl week at the lake with Karen's family. Karen, Hannie and Nancy play at their secret clubhouse, learn to fish, tell stories around the campfire, and look for the Shadow Lake Monster!
Karen thinks the ghost of Ben Brewer lives in her house but she's never really seen him until now. Karen and her stepsister have found out that Ben and his spooky friends are going to have a party in her attic.
Karen wants to give Mommy a special present. She will buy it with the money she makes walking dogs. But then Karen decides to get something else. Since she needs more money, she will walk more dogs. Soon Karen has too many dogs on her hands! But if she quits her job, she might have to break some big promises.
Karen and her little brother have new pets -- goldfish. Karen is thrilled to have a goldfish of her own ... until it dies. She goes into mourning, wearing black Reeboks and a dark veil to school. She even plans an elaborate funeral. Then her neighbor, "the witch", does something to make her feel better.
It's fun to be a Baby-sitter's Little Sister! U R 2 Nice 2 B 4-Gotten! Some kids (like Hannie) think Amanda is a snob. But Karen doesn't care. She and Amanda are friends. They have lots of fun together, diving for pennies in the pool and dressing up like Lovely Ladies. But now there's bad news! Amanda's family is moving away. Hannie thinks this is funny. But Karen is so sad. How can she say good-bye to one of her best friends?
Karen is happy that Granny and Grandad are living in the little house, but when Grandad gets sick, Karen is worried.
When Karen adopts a grandmother from Stoneybrook Manor, she has more grandmas than anyone she knows -- Karen thinks that is very special.
Karen really doesn't want to get her hair cut, but everyone says she needs too.
Teased by her peers because she is the youngest student in the class, Karen Karen makes a big deal out of turning seven-and-a-half. She throws a party to celebrate, with half a cake, half-filled goody bags, and games played halfway. Then her classmates retaliate by teasing her.
After Karen's class decorates a haunted house for Halloween, they begin to hear spooky noises.
Karen plays on the Krushers softball team. And one day when Karen hits a home run and calls herself "Home Run Karen" it jinxes her, and she can't hit at all.
A hurricane is blowing toward Connecticut, and Karen is fascinated to watch the weather reports about the storm that shares her name. Hurricane Karen hits and leaves its mark on Stoneybrook, including tearing down a beloved old tree.
Karen got an early Christmas present from Granny and Grandad -- new ice skates!
First love between Karen and Ricky is very rocky and makes the group wonder if they'll break up. Baby-Sitters Little Sister #15 Picture descriptions present.
Karen works hard to prove that she can be understanding and what friendship really means.
While Ms. Colman's class makes kites for their kite-flying contest, Karen gets into a fight with her best friend, Natalie. Karen tries to make up with Natalie and win the contest.
Karen is all excited about a stray cat that is pregnant. She decides to take the pregnant cat in, but she soon learns that caring for a litter of newborn kittens is no picnic.
Karen wants to start a club. What better than about cats? Unfortunately, other issues arise.
Frustrated by the failure of her lemonade stand business, Karen decides to sell lemonade during softball practice instead of in front of her house, but Kristy fears that the Krushers are spending more time with lemonade than on the field.
Karen's going to be in the St Patrick's Day parade. The parade director is a funny little man, who tells Karen that he's a leprechaun.
When Karen's family adopts a baby girl, Karen is dismayed that she's no longer the baby of the family. Then she finds that it's not so bad being the middle sister.