(First story) The Magic Toolbox show is coming to Ratburn's class to put the kids on TV! The kids prepare for stardom, but a behind-the-scenes star saves the show. (Second story) Arthur and his friends enter a contest to write story ideas for their favorite television show. (Third story) Arthur gets hooked on a baby show called Love Ducks, and tries to hide it from his friends.
When Binky discovers that he's allergic to peanuts, he has so many questions: Will he be forced to live without Chinese food? Will he ever again be able to eat with his friends? And most importantly, will his mom ever calm down?
Based on the bestselling children's books by Marc Brown, join the world's most famous aardvark, eight-year-old Arthur Read, and his family and friends as they stand up to bullying, learn about teasing, think about friendship, and much more!
"Arthur rides the bandwagon": They all have their own names and personalities and they're so darn cute, they are the Woogles, and Arthur's gotta have one. "Attack of the turbo Tibbles": If you think the Tibbles are bad now, imagine what they would be like if they had super powers. "Prunella's special edition": The latest book about everyone's favorite boy wizard - Henry Skreever - is finally in the stories.
In this collection of health-related episodes, Arthur catches chicken pox, frets about losing his baby teeth, and has bad dreams caused by eating too many sweets. D.W. has a tantrum over spinach, and their dog Pal has to stay overnight at the veterinary clinic.
Arthur the aardvark's one-hour Christmas special shows the many ways one can celebrate the holidays. Arthur and his family and friends plan gifts, parties and traditions for Christmas, Hanukka, Kwanzaa and 'Baxter Day.'
When the members can't agree on the club's rules, they each set up their own club. Then, Sue Ellen becomes obsessed with the Internet game Virtualgoose.com and starts seeing her friends as geese to be conquered. Next, another computer game inspires a real-life camping trip.
Arthur's tooth: Arthur is the only person in his class who has not lost a tooth. Finally he has a loose tooth, but it won't come out. Sick as a dog: Arthur's dog has to spend a night at the vet's because of something he ate. The secret life of dogs & babies: Find out what Baby Kate and Pal are thinking.
The gang can't agree on rules for their club, so each starts his or her own. Next, Sue Ellen is the champion of the popular Internet game, Virtualgoose.com. Lastly, Now that the gang has beaten Virtualgoose, they move onto Best of the Nest, where five geese fight to survive in the virtual woods.
Arthur discovers that his grandmother is a marbles champion and she teaches him what she knows. Arthur begins to beat all of his friends in the game. However, me must play against his grandmother in the finals of a tournament. Then D.W. borrows grandma's favorite porcelain doll and Arthur needs to keep grandma's cookies out of the bake sale.
Arthur and his friends all sign up to play baseball on a team where everyone wants to pitch and no one knows the meaning of the word "teamwork". Muffy and Francine make a secret bet that Francine can't be nice to everyone for a whole week. Arthur can't win whether it's sports or games. Will he cheat to win?
Binky vs. Binky: Binky may be tough and strong, but when it comes to sports, he always seems to choke. With some inspiration from champion bike rider Vance Legstrong, Binky discovers that the only competitor he really needs to beat is himself.
Dancing fools: When Muffy finds herself attending a dance class alone, she signs up Francine without her consent. At first, Francine is irritated, but soon warms to the activity when she discovers that she...
Hic or treat: D.W. get a case of the hiccups that just won't go away. No matter how much advice she gets from Arthur and his friends, she just can't find the right cure. (Well, at least her Halloween costume as "Hiccup girl" is all set). Will D.W. ever get relief, or will she have the hiccups for the rest of her life and set the world record?
Mr. Alwaysright: It seems that Brain is always right about everything and it's really starting to get on...