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Karen's dreams come true when she gets to attend circus camp and practice everything from costume making to animal training, and even tightrope walking! She becomes friends with the daughter of the circus owner and learns how hard traveling around the country really is.
The Big Apple. Karen's going to New York City for three whole days! There's so much to do and she can't wait to see the Christmas tree, visit a gigundo toy store, and go shopping. Karen's sure she will find the coolest gifts for Hannie and Nancy, or might she forget?
Karen can't wait for all her birthday presents, and she's having 2 parties, one at Mom's house and one at Dad's.
When Karen's family adopts a new black kitten, Karen is disappointed. She wanted a pumpkin-colored cat in honor of Halloween. But no one can resist a cute little kitten for long.
In this special celebration of the hundredth book in the series, Karen settles in to write a book that describes all the highlights of her seven years, beginning on the day she was born.
Karen decides not to talk to her three older brothers or any boy and soon realizes her decision was a little hasty.
Bobby, the class bully, is moving into Karen's neighborhood and she'll have no peace until she declares war on the bully.
When their grandmother gives Karen and Andrew pet rabbits in their Easter baskets, their parents are nonplussed, and Karen fears they will not be allowed to keep their new pets when the rabbits begin to chew on things.
When their grandmother gives Karen and Andrew pet rabbits in their Easter baskets, their parents are upset, and Karen fears they will not be allowed to keep their new pets when the rabbits begin to chew on things.
Hooray for summer! Karen and her friends Hannie and Nancy cannot wait for summer vacation. They are going to sleep-away camp for a whole week. But Karen has already been to Camp Mohawk before. And now she thinks she knows everything there is to know about camping. Until Karen's cabin spends a night sleeping in the woods. And Karen finds out she might not know-it-all after all.
Karen and her friends are sure they're going to win the candy-selling contest.
For balloons, games and prizes, step right up to Karen's Carnival! It can only mean tons of fun... and tons of trouble!
Eager to make her school's special gymnastics team, for only the very best gymnasts, Karen practices to perfection the one thing she cannot do -- a cartwheel.
Swept up in a stamp-collecting craze, Karen sends a chain letter that will bring her stamps from all over the world.
Halloween is coming, and Karen is excited about her costume, the party at school, and trick-or-treating. But when she catches the chicken pox from her little sister, her plans fade fast.
When Karen and her brother Andrew land parts in a local production of A Christmas Carol, Karen discovers the real meaning of Christmas.
Christmas wishes ... Karen can't wait for the holidays. She and her friends want to do something special for a neighbor. They decide to surprise her with a Christmas tree. Then Karen and her friends have a huge fight. They won't talk to each other. Now what are they going to do about the Christmas tree?
Karen's class is putting together a celebrity-family cookbook. Karen enters one of her grandmother's secret recipes -- without permission -- and learns a lesson in truthfulness.
What's cooking? Karen's class is making a cookbook. Karen and her friends asked celebrities to send in recipes. But nobody has sent Karen any recipies. Boo! Karen knows a very special recipe. But it belongs to Nannie and it is supposed to be secret. What will Karen do?
Karen's new nanny teaches a pottery class, and Karen is eager to prove she can be as skilled as the older kids. When she can't keep up, Karen passes off another student's work as her own.
Karen's at farm camp this summer, and she's going to enter a lamb in the county fair. When her friend Tia comes to visit, Karen is sure she'll enjoy helping Karen get ready for the big day. The problem is that Tia has come East to see city life! Though Karen doesn't win at the county fair, she has a great time with her friends--and so does Tia.
Yippee-ki-yi-oh! Karen's family is way out west -- at a dude ranch run by a real cowboy! Being "home on the range" and going on trail rides is so, so exciting. But then Karen discovers that her cowboy friend has a big problem with his ranch. Can Karen help him before it's time to saddle up and head for home?
Anticipating a fun-filled trip to New York City, where her class will visit the museum on the same day as her pen pal's class, Karen fears the trip will be spoiled for her by David Michael, who is furious that his class cannot go on the trip as well.
Karen has a new doll. When Karen's best friend Nancy gets sick, Karen gives her doll to Nancy until she's well. But Nancy thinks the doll is hers to keep!
Karen's favorite baby doll, Hyacinthia, has to go to the toyshop for repairs. Karen decides to set up her own hospital for dolls.