Ivy-covered walls --- they're the most famous part of the Chicago Cubs' historic ballpark, Wrigley Field. Mike and Kate can't wait to get down on the field to see the ivy for themselves. But when they do, they're horrified to discover patches of the ivy have been ripped away! Who would want to sabotage the stadium? Is the rumor of a treasure hidden under the ivy tempting greedy fans?
When Johnny joins the Confederate Army as a drummer boy, he enters a world full of patriotism and adventure, breathtaking hot-air balloons, cannons and campfires --- where his job is to drum rhythms that tell soldiers what to do. But the dangers of war are all around him and when he returns to the magnolia trees and cotton blossoms of his home, Johnny and the country are forever changed.
Fancy Nancy and her best friend, Bree, couldn’t be more excited about their dance show. After all, it’s all about mermaids --- and who knows how to be a fancy, glamorous mermaid better than Fancy Nancy herself? But when another ballerina wins the coveted role of the mermaid, Nancy is stuck playing a dreary, dull tree. Can Nancy bring fancy flair to her role, even though it isn’t the one she wanted?
Nothing makes Sierra happy like soccer. But nothing makes her sad like soccer, too, because Sierra can't help wishing she had someone there to root for her by name, and not just by the number on her uniform.
On a glorious summer day, a dog named HOMER assumes his favorite position overlooking the beach. He is invited to play, to run, to do errands, to swim, and to explore, but Homer is happy right where he is, watching everyone in the family pass by him.
Grace’s neighbor is getting married, and she has to get over her disappointment at not being chosen for a flower girl, not to mention figure out what to give as a wedding present! But with a touch of girl power, Grace musters up a fantastic idea that takes a lot of planning and a little
help from all of her friends; her dog, Mr. Scruffers; and Crinkles the cat.
Sadie and Ratz are the names of Hannah's hands, which are always after four-year-old Baby Boy (whom Sadie wishes were a dog). Baby Boy knows how to turn the tables, though, and when he spills milk on the carpet, he tells Grandma that Sadie and Ratz pushed him, but when Baby Boy goes too far, Hannah may have to send Sadie and Ratz on vacation to prove their innocence.
The kids of Cape Bluff, Kansas, had no idea there were so many aspiring stars among them until a tornado ripped through their town. That’s when they decided to have a talent show to raise money to rebuild. Now everyone is showing what they are made of: the good, the bad, and the bizarre.
Did you enjoy The Rise of the Guardians? On May 24th, another movie based on a book by William Joyce will hit theaters. Epic follows a teenage girl as she finds herself magically transported into a microscopic universe. How would YOU feel if you were shrunked to be bug-sized?