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In 1812, Caroline Abbott’s father is captured as war begins. When she sees a chance to rescue him, Caroline discovers she must use her mind and heart to guide her decisions.
In 1853, Marie-Grace Gardner befriends Cecile Rey as sickness spreads through their hometown of New Orleans. They learn to count on each other as they help those in need.
In 1944, Molly McIntire is facing the hardships of World War Two. While she awaits her father's return, with Emily's help, Molly learns to pull together for the common good.
In 1934, Ruthie Smithens learns that Kit's family is struggling through the Great Depression, so Ruthie tries to make a fairy-tale happy ending come true.
In 1774, Elizabeth Cole supports the king, but she also feels allegiance to her friend Felicity, who believes the colonies should be free. Can she find a way to be loyal to both?
In 1854, Kirsten Larson encounters a different culture as her family settles in the New World. In time, she learns the richness of the land—and the true meaning of home.
In 1904, once Nellie O'Malley and her sisters are adopted by Samantha's aunt and uncle, she knows that her family is protected and that she's fulfilled her mother's dying wish.
In 2016, Lea Clark™ gets her wish to travel the world with a family trip to Brazil. Once there she dives in to new adventures and faces fears to make her dreams come true.
In 2015, after a trip to Paris, Grace Thomas is inspired to start her own baking business. Along the way, she discovers combining everyone’s special talents is the best way to succeed.
In 2014, Isabelle Palmer achieves her dream of studying dance at a new school for the arts. But keeping up is a challenge—until she discovers a unique talent to call her own.
In 2013, Saige Copeland finds her love of horses and the arts threatened. So she turns to her creative side, and with imaginative solutions, proves one girl can make a difference.
In 2012, McKenna Brooks is balancing school and sports as she enters fourth grade. Reading comprehension is a challenge, so she uses her strengths in the gym to succeed in class.
In 2011, Kanani Akina loves welcoming others to the wonders of Hawaii. But when her visiting cousin doesn't feel at home, Kanani must find a way to share the aloha spirit.
In 2010, Lanie Holland loves exploring the outdoors. But her family seems to prefer the indoors—until her aunt comes to stay and helps Lanie find surprises in her own backyard.
In 2009, Chrissa Maxwell and her friends, Sonali Matthews and Gwen Thompson, stand strong together against bullying and learn to speak out for themselves.
In 2008, Mia St. Clair discovers her passion and talent for figure skating. Working hard and always giving her best, Mia learns to win—and lose—with grace.
In 2007, Nicki Fleming loves to volunteer—including taking on the challenge of training a service dog—and realizes helping others is the greatest gift of all.
In 2006, Jess McConnell gets to pursue her love of exploring. Traveling with her archaeologist parents to Belize, Jess unexpectedly discovers new things about herself.
In 2005, Marisol Luna realizes that she is a born dancer. When her family moves from Chicago to the suburbs, Marisol uses dance to help her persevere in the face of change.
In 2003, Kailey Hopkins learns to speak up for what she believes in. When a development threatens her favorite beach, Kailey works to save the fragile environment she loves.
In 2001, Lindsey Bergman hopes to improve the world. But she always seems to find trouble—until she learns there is more than one way to solve a problem.