Faye is upset after her sister has teased her once too often. Mum reassures LBB that the best thing to do when friends are upset is be kind. Kindness the LBB way is far from conventional.
LBB is frustrated she can only climb halfway up the climbing wall in the park, even if this is pretty impressive for someone her age and size. Can she dig deep enough to make it to the top?
LBB is excited about going to the pop-up cinema with her friends in the park, but Timmy hurts himself and is stuck at home. How can they still see the movie without Timmy missing out?
Uncle Ray finds a stray dog in the park. Everybody quickly becomes attached to it, but they soon realise that the dog must have a companion who is missing him somewhere. LBB makes it her mission to reunite them.
Uncle Ray has a stack of old items behind the kiosk he is going to take to the dump. LBB wonders whether they could be put to good use rather than left as rubbish.
All anybody can talk about is how cool scooters are. LBB starts to feel anything but cool as she only has a bike, until she remembers how much she loves her bike. So what does it matter what anybody else thinks about it?
LBB, Timmy and Faye have a competition to find out who is the bravest out of the three of them.
The new edition of LBB's favourite comic is out today but she is disappointed when Timmy beats her to the last copy at the newsstand. It's not fair, he doesn't even like the comic as much as she does.
When a lone rare goose appears in the park, LBB endeavours to protect it come what may - until she realises that perhaps she may have been a little too overprotective.
LBB is very excited that Faye is coming to spend the night and is determined to make this the best sleepover ever. She plans activities to keep the pair entertained all night long as she is worried Faye might get bored.
LBB can't understand why Faye is upset when she and Timmy 'just happen' to read one of her diary entries ... until LBB realises what it feels like to have some of your private thoughts made public.
Faye's precious new toy dog gets accidentally damaged. She takes her fury out on Timmy, mistakenly believing him to be at fault. Is LBB brave enough to confess that it was actually her doing?
Grandma is supposed to be dancing in public later, but is suffering from a lack of confidence. Can LBB help her grandmother in her hour of need?
Faye copies everything LBB does, which is driving her nuts. LBB resorts to drastic measures to avoid her friend, until she realises that imitation can be the sincerest form of flattery.
LBB is shocked to return from a weekend away to discover Timmy and Faye playing with a new friend. LBB feels left out and doesn't like it, but what is she going to do to solve the problem?
LBB, Faye and Timmy have entered a dance competition but LBB seems to have lost all sense of rhythm. It couldn't have anything to do with her dissuading her grandparents from entering the competition too, could it?
Grandpa has told LBB that girls don't play soccer with boys. LBB is determined to prove him wrong, once she's stopped worrying whether or not she's good enough to play with the older boys that is.
LBB and Faye are working together on a school project, but it turns out they have very different ideas on how to execute it. Will the two friends be able to overcome their differences and work together?
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