Penguin likes to visit his friend Duck. But he begins to miss some of the things at home. How can Duck cheer up his homesick friend? Concept: Empathy/Caring for others. Book features: Big Words and Big Questions; original illustrations.
All the Big Trucks stay busy with important work. Bobbi just wants to help, but she is too small for the heavy lifting. With her self-esteem at a low point, will Bobbi discover the important role she plays every day?
It's Spring Break and the gang is presented with a mysterious new riddle that will challenge their mathematics skills and senses. What is the perplexing, suspended ring that oscillates? Jesse and her pals must work together to find out!
It's a breezy new day and along with a tempest in a chocolate milk glass, Jesse's presented with a messy new mystery when Dorky Dougy loses his lunch while spinning on the merry-go-round. The big question is, why did the ballistic barf fling outwardly, as Dougy spun? Learn all about these centrifugal and centripetal forces that make up the vomit vortex!
It's springtime again in Deanville and everything is in full bloom-including some microscopic nuisances that put a damper on outdoor activities. What could it be? Help Jesse use science skills to figure it out!
When Jesse stops by The Curiosity Shop she uncovers an old painting in a dusty antique steamer trunk. But what happens later that night when she is startled by a creepy eyeball? Find out how Professor Peach helps Jesse use art skills to uncover the mystery!
It's a beautiful day in Deanville and the gang is presented with a new challenge. How will the kids solve this difficult new task? And how does a Greek mathematician play an important role in the solution? Think like an engineer and work alongside Jesse and pals to figure it out!
While on a camping trip, Jesse finds a curious piece of stone with an interesting pattern on it. With research and the help of Professor Peach, she learns that it's a piece of broken pottery with a pattern unique to a certain Native American tribe. After an archaeological dig with the Professor and her friends she finds more pieces of the ancient artifact. Using her art skills, Jesse is able to preserve the clay pot.
Jesse's autumn break is off to a great start until she has big problems with her bike. Luckily, a bike is being given away at the general store but the catch is, to enter the contest, you have to guess the number of jelly beans in a big jar in the store. Find out how Jesse uses math skills to create a secret formula to solve The Secret in the Jelly Bean Jar.
While playing in her tree house, Jesse is intrigued by a falling sycamore seed that slowly spins to the ground. But when she sees acorns falling fast directly down to the ground, she must solve the riddle while learning about propellers and windmills and using technology to understand aerodynamics.
While doing spring cleaning in her room, Jesse comes across a crayon on her window sill that is curiously bent over. She recalls that the crayon was there all winter and not bent at all. Jesse begins to wonder what caused the crayon to bend. Using science skills, Jesse discovers how the Sun is closest to Earth in summer and that's why the crayon melted.
A summer trip to her grandparents' house was going great until Jesse gets caught up in a mystery in the attic. When she encounters a pair of spooky green eyes during a lightning storm, Jesse sets out to use engineering skills to solve the Case of the Clicking Clock.