""Timothy Goes to School"" - Timothy was very excited about going to school, but when he arrived at kindergarten, Claude who is one of Timothy's new peers told him that was wearing the wrong clothes on the first day and second day school. So, Timothy tries to impress Claude to become his friends, but it would not work.
""Yoko"" - Yoko has sushi for lunchtime because it is her favourite food but everyone does not like it because there is raw fish, and other ""disgusting"" ingredients combined.Read More
""On The Fritz"" - Whatever Fritz does, especially his experiments, he always leaves a mess, and he blames it on ""The Mess Fairy"" so he is not blamed instead. Frank and Frank heard about this and imitates the Mess Fairy by trashing the classroom. But soon, Fritz confessed.
""The Great Obstacle Race"" - It's time for a class picnic and the great event is an obstacle race. No one cares about winning or losing, just about having fun except for Claude and Grace.Read More
""Small Change"" - Nora does not like change but when it came to the day that everything change, like her father was going to repaint the room, different games are happening at school, etc... Nora was angry but soon, she loved the fact of changing.
""Shy Charles"" - The Hilltop School students think that Charles is shy because he hides from everyone, his aunt, his friends, while playing games, but Timothy tries to become Charles' friend, and Timothy actually liked playing with him.Read More
""Red Thunder"" - Timothy has a brand new, shiny red, and fast bike. It is called the Red Thunder, and Timothy thinks he is all grown-up now and does something very dangerous when the Franks are at his house playing.
""Putting It All Together"" - It's Puzzle Day at Hilltop School and before lunchtime, the kids must put together all the pieces for the puzzles so they would win a big surprise. The kids run off to look for pieces, trying to find as many as they can. But as time is running out, they argue with each other and waste time by looking in the same place as someone else already did.Read More
""The Tree Fort and the Sandcastle"" - The boys create a boys-only club and build a treehouse as their headquarters. When the girls heard about this, they formed a girls-only club to build a sandcastle. Only Timothy and Doris do not want to be involved in this.
""Get Well Soon"" - When Mrs. Jenkins broke her arm, she must stay home from school. Everyone was sad, but Ms. Appleberry substituted them, and one of the students suggested to make ""Get Well Soon"" cards. Fritz does not want to create a card for her, instead he looks around and picks up garbage for Mrs. Jenkins.Read More
The Shutterbug Wanting to become an avid photographer like his father, Timothy borrows the family camera and tries to capture all of his Hilltop friends on film. When the photos don't turn out the way he had expected, Timothy is reluctant to show anyone his pictures. After some coaxing, Timothy presents his photos, and much to his surprise, sees something in his pictures that he hadn't noticed before.
The Friendship Stone Lilly and Nora exchange a lucky penny and a pretty stone as a token of their friendship. After Lilly loses the special stone, she's worried that Nora will be upset and no longer want to be her friend. In the end, Nora is upset that Lilly lost the special stone, so Lilly had to do something to tell her that she still wanted to be her friend.Read More
Measuring Up Charles' mom and dad tell him how much he's growing, and he can't wait to get to school to share the big news with his friends. When Mrs. Jenkins' students display full-size cutouts of themselves, it's clear that Charles is the smallest in the class. Charles soon learns that ""smallest"" is a relative term when Doris, the biggest in the class, reveals a secret.
Lost and Found Yoko is granted permission from her mother to take a cherished set of Japanese figurines to school for Show and Share, on the condition that she take very good care of them. When the special carvings mysteriously disappear, Mrs. Jenkins announces a special lost and found day to look for them. Many lost items are recovered, but sadly, Yoko's figurines are not among them and she believes someone took them and she was determined to gather them back.Read More
Professor Fritz Mrs. Jenkins' students are making science projects to display at Hilltop School's open house and Fritz, the class inventor, is going to impress everyone with his rocket ship. When a test flight goes haywire in front of the entire class, Fritz feels humiliated and abandons his experiment. Timothy and Charles inadvertently suggest something that changes everything.
Two Tutu Friends Doris is inspired to take ballet lessons after watching Grace dance in front of the class. A growing friendship between the two girls comes to an abrupt end when Grace calls Doris a ""blabbermouth"" and Doris calls Grace a ""cry baby"". Both girls discover that dance class isn't as much fun without each others' friendship.Read More
Just In Time Written by Brian Lasenby Henry discovers a twenty-five year old time capsule while he was working on the maintenance in the attic of the school. This capsule inspired Mrs. Jenkins' class to make one of their own. Lilly decides to offer her favourite doll, Thimbullina, but has second thoughts after the time capsule has been sealed and stowed in the school attic for the next generation. Lilly decides to offer Henry a painting of her dolly instead of the actual object.
My Family Written by Alice Prodanou In Nora's eyes, her little brother Jack is a messy little baby who takes things and breaks them. She becomes so tired of Jack that she excludes him from the school painting project she's done of her family. Nora has a change of heart when she discovers something about Jack, he loved playing pots and pans to create music, as much as Nora did. Jack liked everything that Nora was interested in, and Nora began to enjoy playing with him.Read More
Charles The Athlete Written by Brian Lasenby The Franks can't help noticing that Charles finished last place in every event for school sports day. They mistakenly think that Charles must feel bad about his athletic abilities and take it upon themselves to be his personal trainers. When they put him through a rigorous exercise program, Charles repeatedly wanders away and works on another project. The Franks assume he's discouraged about his progress, but Charles is up to something.
Be My Valentine Written by Paddy Granleese Timothy has made a secret valentine for Yoko while Charles made one for Lilly. On the other side Yoko made one for her special friend, Timothy and Lilly created a secret valentine for Charles. In a comedy of errors, no one receives the correct valentine. Timothy and Charles did not know if Lilly and Yoko would like their gifts so they exchange their valentines while Lilly put Yoko and hers in the wrong boxes. In order to sort things out, their secrets must beRead More
Mama Don't Go Juanita has just moved to the Hilltop community and is anxious about her first day at a new school. She feels much better when her mother offers to accompany her to Mrs. Jenkins' class. However, throughout the day, each time her mother attempts to leave, Juanita did not feel that her mother should leave yet.
Making New Friends Juanita is having difficulty finding her place with eleven classmates who already know each other. Mrss. Jenkins observes Juanita's struggle and explains to her class that they are all crew members on the Friend Ship. Timothy volunteers to be the captain of this Friend Ship to help Juanita make new friends.Read More