When an anteater shows up, Zoboo worries that it will eat a colony of ants living in Animal Junction. Zoboo learns that even though anteaters need ants to survive, ants have many ways of protecting themselves from anteaters.
It's the first day of third-grade and Arthur's biggest fear has come true - his new teacher is the dreaded Mr. Ratburn. Arthur is chosen to compete in the annual all-school spell-a-thon, and after a hard week of studying, he's on stage, facing Prun
For some reason, Arthur isn't doing very well in school anymore. Maybe he just needs glasses? It's school picture day. Muffy is determined that Francine will look her best, and Francine has been shamed into rising to the challenge.
How can Arthur prove to his parents that he's responsible enough to take care of his very own puppy? D.W. has decided that from now on, she'll be just like Arthur. She'll walk like him, talk like him, follow him wherever he goes. How can Arthur persu
It's bad enough to wear glasses all the time. But does Arthur have to be the last person in his class to lose his baby teeth? If you think being lost is a humongous, super-giganto department store would scare a four-year-old, think again.
After sneaking a peak at the forbidden "Terrific Turbo-Troopar Toy -T-Bot Team" TV show, the Tibbles are out of control. D.W. needs money-quick. When she tries to pull a fast one on the the Tooth Fairy, will Arthur have to pay?
Mum and Dad let Charlie and Lola go camping in the garden. Charlie is all excited by the prospect of wild animals, survival and living off the land. But Lola isn't so sure. Home seems a long way away, and what's more it's started raining!
Arthur gets to do everything. He even gets to carry the ring in Aunt Lucy's wedding. But D.W. gets her chance when suddenly it's a good thing to be little. Elwood City's park is in sad shape, and after grumbling about it, the kids find themselves vol
Someone only D.W. can see has moved in with the Reads. Her name is Nadine and she follows D.W. everywhere. Arthur is first to take out the newest Scare-Your-Pants-Off book from the library. Unfortunately, a week later, he just can't figure out where
When D.W. discovers that she can get her own library card, she rejoices at the world of books waiting for her. Is it ever okay to hit someone? Arthur finds himself on both ends of the hitting question.
When Mr. Ratburn challenges the class to choose one food for surviving on a desert island, everyone picks potato chips or ice cream! But can they survive on junk food alone? Everyone seems to have a secret - everyone, that is, except D.W.!
Nat wants to know what it's like to be as tall as Skye the Giraffe so he invents some super tall stilts and invites Miss Moo over to the Iconicarium to find out about why all the Iconicles are different.
The Kratt Brothers are taking care of a human baby and a baby red kangaroo, and Zoboo wants to help the two babies grow. Martin and Chris explain that all creatures grow, but to do so they need rest, food and play.
Everyone is hooley hooping. Charlie, Marv, Lotta, in fact the whole school, is hooley hooping, and Lola has had enough. She decides to make up a new craze, but soon realizes it's not as easy as you might think.
Lola always loves the presents her best friend Lotta gives her, until the HAT! It's itchy and it has dangly bits. Even Soren Lorenson, Lola's imaginary friend, thinks it wouldn't be too bad if she lost the hat a little bit by accident.
On a hot day the foolish Magistrate decides to invent something to help the palace cool off. Sagwa and Fu-Fu get the invention bug too, but they don't know what to make. Sometime great inventions come from spoiled noodles...
Jay and Bridget will make things that shouldn't ever float, float! Then they float us the story of The Great Herrmann, who performed a levitation that was once considered one of the greatest tricks ever performed! And all this levitating of bodies in
Skitter goes searching around the garden for Tippy's missing pine-cone. Nat wonders what it would be like to visit the world of the Iconicles and explores his five senses with his friend Rumple from the wild wilderness.
Sheep wants to make a special Valentine song for her pal Bear, she has runs into trouble finding just the right rhyme to finish her song. Fly helps her discover the perfect rhyme to make a Valentine song with real heart.
Jay and Bridget perform more amazing mind-reading tricks. Then it's off to England to take a peek at the Amazing Pig of 1785 - who knew pigs could read minds? And Bridget will enlighten us as to why birds actually fly south - turns out they're me
Jay has more amazing coin tricks and he's always ready to share! He and Bridget relive the times of T. Nelson Downs, the magician who was known as "The King of Koins." Bridget then hits the pond and fills us in on some fun frog facts.
Bug wants to sign a valentine for his favourite WordFriend, but he doesn't know how to write his name. With encouragement from Frog he learns that with a little practice he can write his name and give his valentine.
Paper Magic Using a few simple sheets of paper, Bridget and Jay make great magic. Jay remembers Harry Kahne, the Multiple Mental Marvel, and all the amazing tricks he could do with paper. Bridget shows us step-by-step how a piece of paper is made.
Jay and Bridget use their pockets to dazzle us with some wild magic tricks. Next they find out everything you need to know about a magician's costume. And while on the subject of pockets, the two of them take a peek inside a kangaroo's pouch.
A fun, spooky tale from little White Owl leaves the friends a little on edge, so when they hear strange noises in the pumpkin patch, they wonder what kind of creepy creature might be lurking there with them.
Uncle Miao, a scribe for the Emperor's historian, comes to visit, Dongwa claims to have no interest in Uncle Miao's line of work and rudely announces that he hates history. Then he stumbles upon an amazing shrine in a hidden cave.
There's a big search underway at the Water's Edge as Scotty the Puffin loses his special feather. Meanwhile Nat is in a singing mood and invites Miss Moo through the Iconi-Screen to hear his song about someone special.
Shark is misunderstood. Everyone is afraid of him and won't even give him a chance to prove he's friendly. Everyone but Duck, that is, who doesn't know that the letters s and h together make the 'sh' sound. When Duck introduces his new friend "S-hark