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Winter magic! Stoneybrook is having a winter festival! It will last a while week. There will be a Snow Princess contest and a parade, and the mayor will choose one person to switch on all the lights in town. Karen wants to do everything. Can she?
Karen is so busy! It's softball season and she's planning a party for Ms. Colman's return to school after having a baby. Then odd things start happening at team practice--equipment is disappearing, pages are ripped from Kristy's softball notebook--and Karen must solve a mystery too.
Karen and her brother Andrew have difficulty adjusting to their new stepmother, Elizabeth, and Karen is furious when Elizabeth reprimands her for not doing her chores and for interrupting people.
Karen wants to be the star in the Thanksgiving play but she's got the worst part -- the turkey! All she has to do is walk across the stage. Will everyone laugh at her? Not when they see her big surprise.
Swimmers, take your marks! Karen has joined the swim team! She loves dreaming about winning medals and learning to swim fast. But mostly she likes to have fun with her swim team friends. Then the coach starts acting mean. He says the team is not working hard enough. Can Karen find a way to be a winner and have fun too?
When Karen scoffs at her younger brother's problem with a tattling classmate, Andrew turns into a tattletale himself and tells on Karen for every small infraction until he gets her into big trouble for something he did.
Karen and David Michael have the worst manners ever. Karen burps at the dinner table, and David Michael makes rude noises with his armpit. Daddy thinks it's time they learnt to behave, so he sends them off to Mr Peabody's School of Dance and Charm. Karen loves learning to behave like a lady, but the boys are determined to ruin everything. Karen decides to teach the boys a lesson.
Hello, this is Karen Brewer ... Karen loves to talk on the phone. But Karen's family is mad -- Karen is tying up the line. And she forgets to take messages. So Daddy makes phone rules for Karen. But Karen sneaks phone calls anyway. And soon she's in a huge mess.
Discouraged when her mother will not allow her and her brother, Andrew, to purchase the toy gun accessories that were featured in an exciting new action movie, Karen plots to save up her money to buy the toys on the sly.
Stumbling upon an old map that says that there is a hidden treasure right in her own backyard, Karen follows the clues to find an ancient box filled with old coins.
When everyone in her class is given musical instruments, much to Karen's dismay she receives a big, old tuba instead of the elegant flute she wanted.
Anticipating all the Thanksgiving festivities, including a visit by her grandparents and the New York City parade, Karen fears things are going from bad to worse when Grandad gets sick and her parents become occupied with grownup things.
Tammy and Terri are real-live twins in Karen's class. Audrey thinks that is really neat. She wants to be a twin, too, and her twin is going to be Karen! Audrey decides that she and Karen are going to dress like twins, talk alike, and act alike. But after a while, Karen does not think that this is such a neat idea.
Karen and her brother Andrew, whose parents are divorced, want to spend equal time with both parents. So they help their parents make a new custody arrangement to make everyone happier.
Seeing is believing Karen loves unicorns. When she sees a poster for a circus with a "real live unicorn," she is gigundoly excited. Karen believes that unicorns can grant wishes. That is good, because Karen has some very important wishes to make. No one else in Ms. Colman's class believes that the circus unicorn is real. But Karen does. Will her wishes come true?
Many little girls are sure to relate to Karen's excitement when she is asked to be a flower girl in Ms. Coleman's wedding.
Is the old lady who lives next door to Karen at her Dad's house a witch?
Everyone has a bad day once in a while -- but no one can top Karen's worst day ever.
Karen can do lots of great tricks with her new yo-yo. But when she takes it to school to show her friends, the yo-yo shows Karen a brand-new trick. It disappears! It is not magic. Somebody has taken Karen's yo-yo. And Karen is going to figure out just who the meanie-mo is.
When Kristy and her friends head to the nation's capitol for a debate trip, they expect to see some great sites. What they don't expect is to be part of a big mystery involving a kidnapping. . .
It's the biggest crime in Stoneybrook history--one of the town's mansions is missing! Kristy & Co. are hot on the trail of the Cat Burglar, who left his sign at the scene of the crime.
Kristy's up for the best spring vacation ever--a week of baseball with famous major leaguers at Bill Bain's Dream Camp. Together with her stepdad, Kristy enjoys the all-star week of a lifetime.
Kristy volunteers to be a student teacher. Her friends call her "the idea machine", so naturally she thinks she's going to show the teachers how to do a better job! But what happens when she's stuck with a partner she doesn't like?
Kristy and Carey have always been arch rivals. The feud reaches a fever pitch when they're assigned to write biographies about each other.
Kristy's newest sitting job is challenging. Ten-year-old Erin was recently blinded in an accident and is not ready to rely on people. At the same time, Kristy's family is training a puppy to be a guide dog.