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The Pride of Lakewood: To boost school pride, Arthur and his ates form the Lakewood Pride Committee, which seems to pressure and brainwash students to have pride for their school. Sue Ellen and Brain don't join the group and are accused of not loving their school.moreless
Fernlets by Fern: Fern and Muffy start a greeting card business. Muffy paints the covers and Fern writes the poems. All the work makes Fern lose interest in writing, so she tries to figure out how to get make it interesting again.
Prunella and the Haunted Locker: Prunella is assigned a new school locker, which is rumored to be haunted. Prunella learns how to be brave and face her fears.moreless
The Secret Guardians: Arthur, Binky, and Sue Ellen find a woodland oasis near their homes and vow to keep the area a secret. Soon they start to find evidence of human habitation and wonder if they've discovered an ancient civilization.moreless
George, who is dyslexic and tends to hide behind his ventriloquist puppet, meets a new friend named Carl. George did not understand initially why Carl is so quiet, unable to answer his questions or comprehend figures of speech, obsessed with trains, and fearful of his toy giraffe. But when Brain explained to him that Carl has Asperger's disease, George learned new ways to befriend him and even discovers that Carl has things to teach him too.moreless
MacFrensky: Francine and Brain are competing for Student of the Month. Brain is in the lead and Muffy wants Francine to win. Francine and Muffy frame Brain into doing a bad deed, so Francine becomes Student of the Month. The two girls continue to frame other students in fear of being caught from their first plan.
The Good, the Bad, and the Binky: Binky introduces Emily into wrestling when he babysits her. Emily's personality changes from being nice and polite to being loud and rough. Binky changes her back to her normal self when she begins to hurt other children in result of her behavior.moreless