When Arthur starts talking about his school project involving a Big Green Machine, D.W. imagines a scary contraption that will turn everyone green.
Arthur puts a lot of time, effort, and thought into his special present for Santa Claus.
It takes a really embarrassing moment in the school cafeteria to cure Arthur of his fear of being caught in his underwear.
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 finds everything about Halloween scary, including his little sister's costume, his morning snack, and the big house on the corner.
Arthur's enjoyment of fall is ruined by the fact that he has to rake the leaves in his yard, but later the situation improves.
Arthur finds his role as director of the Thanksgiving play a difficult one, especially since no one will agree to play the turkey.
On this cozy snow day, Arthur learns that some good things are worth waiting for.
Arthur helps ease D.W.'s fire fears by practicing fire drills at home.
Arthur thinks that having his teacher stay at his house will be a horrible experience.
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 a parent group bans a series of scary books from the local public library, Arthur and his friends devise a plan to get their favorite books returned.
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.
Even without snow, turkey dinner and a perfect tree, Arthur and his family and friends have a wonderful Christmas--and Hanukkah--celebration.
Their friends must decide which party to attend when Francine schedules her birthday party for the same day as Arthur's birthday party.
Arthur's new puppy causes problems when it tears the living room apart, wets on everything, and refuses to wear a leash.
After finally getting her first library card, Arthur's little sister D.W. tries to check out her favorite book, with humorous results.
Every night, Monkey has trouble falling asleep and every day he is sleepy at school, until his big brother comes up with a great idea.
Arthur is not looking forward to Camp Meadowcroak, and when mysterious things start happening there, he decides to run away.