When Arthur starts talking about his school project involving a Big Green Machine, D.W. imagines a scary contraption that will turn everyone green.
It takes a really embarrassing moment in the school cafeteria to cure Arthur of his fear of being caught in his underwear.
It looks like trouble when the principal asks Arthur to take home a large envelope marked "confidential".
Arthur worries about remembering his magic tricks for the April Fool's Day assembly and Binky's threats to pulverize him.
Arthur has to write a story as a homework assignment and keeps changing his idea of what to write as he talks to his friends.
Arthur disobeys his mother by playing his favorite game on her computer, which leads to a lesson in taking responsibility for one's actions.
It is Muffy's Spring Fling party, and Arthur is so slow that he comes in last in every game -- except for the jelly bean hunt, where not finishing early proves to be an advantage.
When D.W. is sent to her room as punishment for making baby Kate cry, it is Kate who finally makes her feel better.
Kindergarten is just a week away and Monkey is not ready, but with help and encouragement from family and friends, he begins to get excited.
Arthur is not looking forward to Camp Meadowcroak, and when mysterious things start happening there, he decides to run away.
Rumors about sightings of an alien space ship create excitement when Arthur's friends come to spend the night.
Buster goes away for a month, and Arthur becomes sad and confused when he does not receive even one postcard from him.
Arthur writes a report for school about his summer activities, but when he begins to read it to the class, he cannot say out loud the fibs he has written, so he tells the truth.
Arthur's sister DW tries to use a reading trick to get Arthur to change Baby Kate's diapers.
Diverse animals, led by two rough, tough rhinos, work together to transform an old mall into a zoo--including the bugs the rhinos said were too small to count.
Arthur starts saving the money he earns in order to buy a surprise birthday present for D.W.
D.W.'s brother Arthur and their parents suggest things she could think of to help her fall asleep but none of them seem to work.
Arthur's experience babysitting for the terrible Tibble twins is as challenging as he expected, but he finally gets control by telling them a spooky story.
Third-grader Arthur is amazed when he is chosen to be in the school spellathon.