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The new friend —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack has found a lost puppy! It is so cute. But can he convince his mom and dad to let him keep it?"--Page 4 of cover.

The toy sale —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack is selling his old toys to make some pocket money. But when he sees other kids having fun with his stuff, will he regret the whole idea?"--Page [4] of cover.

The bravest kid —Rippin, Sally, author.

"When Jack hurts his ankle, he tries really hard not to cry. He's not a baby! Surely he can be braver than that?"--Back cover.

The big adventure —Rippin, Sally, author.

Jack loves camping at the beach. He can sleep in a tent, make campfires and go exploring! But will his adventures take him too far?"--Page [4] of cover.

The grumpy neighbor —Rippin, Sally, author.

Billie has kicked her new soccer ball over Grumpy Gertie's fence. Her friends say Gertie will never give it back. Can Billie find a way to befriend Gertie and get her ball?

The playground problem —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack's friend Billie is away, so he hangs out with Alex instead. They have heaps of fun together! But what will happen when Billie comes back?"--P. [4] of cover.

The top team —Rippin, Sally, author.

Jack wants to win the math competition, but it's not his best subject. Luckily, he's been paired with a math wiz! Can they work together to win?

The bumpy ride —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack is going horseback riding--it's going to be awesome! But then he has to ride the slowest pony. How can he pretend he's a cowboy now?"--Page 4 of cover.

Code breakers —Rippin, Sally, author.

Billie and the Secret Mystery Club have found a mysterious note - in code! What does it say? And who could have sent it? One thing's for certain: it will take all the skills of the SMC to solve this mystery.

The star of the week —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack is chosen as star of the week at school, but he wants to be a good friend too. Can he be both?" -- Page 4 of cover.

The extra-special group —Rippin, Sally, author.

"Jack finds spelling hard. He has to go to a special spelling group. But what if the other kids make fun of him?" --Page 4 of cover.

The circus lesson —Rippin, Sally, author.

Jack's new babysitter is awesome, but a bit crazy. Pizza for dinner, juggling lessons and sleeping outside with no tent! But will Jack let his worrying get in the way of having fun?

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