Can the Aldens figure out who’s responsible for the bad press before the center gets shut down for good? Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny are excited to learn more about raptors when they volunteer at a rehab center for wild birds. But not long after they arrive, a series of strange events makes it seem like someone might be trying to sabotage the center. Who could the culprit be, and why would they want to cause trouble for injured birds?
Henry is learning to perform magic tricks from The Amazing Arthur and is excited to participate in Greenfield Magic Shop’s annual magic show. But then The Amazing Arthur goes missing. Is his disappearance part of a new magic trick or a mystery?
The Boxcar Children are helping harvest honey at a farm one of Grandfather’s friends owns. They’re excited to learn about bees and eat fresh honey. But then several mishaps occur—is someone trying to ruin the harvest?
Jessie and Benny are participating in the Great Greenfield Bake-Off, a local baking competition for kids. But ingredients get mixed up during the competition and then the power goes out. Is someone trying to put an end to the contest?
Jessie wants her science fair project to make a difference. So when she gets the chance to test a local creek for pollution, she can’t wait to get started. But when things start going wrong with her experiment, Jessie and her siblings don’t just have an experiment to investigate, they have a mystery to solve!
The Aldens are visiting a small town known for its fall festival, and while Grandfather is off taking in the fall colors, the children try out the town’s newest attraction—a Halloween escape room! The Aldens love solving the puzzles to get out of the room, and they don’t mind the spooky theme. The problem is, someone—or something—is making things downright scary for other customers!
The Boxcar Children are helping a friend find out more about their family’s history. But what they find is a mystery going back generations! Can the Aldens help their friend unlock secrets of the past—and present?
The Boxcar Children know how much work it takes to live in the wilderness. They also know how much fun it can be! The children love exploring and learning new things at a primitive skills summer camp. But when strange things start happening around the camp, they need to use another of their favorite skills—mystery solving!
A bad storm hits Greenfield and leaves behind a mystery! With no power or internet, the Boxcar Children will need to put the pieces together the old-fashioned way. It’s been a while since the children have powered down. Can they figure out what’s going on while being unplugged?
Black cats? Broken mirrors? The number thirteen? The owner of the art deco apartment building in nearby Silver City believes in all kinds of superstitions. The Aldens aren’t so sure about most of them, but there’s one thing they do know: something strange is going on on the thirteenth floor. Are they just coincidences, or is the building manager onto something?
The Aldens are spending spring break on a beach, but they aren’t just soaking up the sun. They’re protecting an endangered species! Their job is to mark sea turtle nests so the eggs can be moved to a safe place to hatch, but someone is digging up the eggs without permission. Can the Boxcar Children figure out what’s going on and help save the sea turtles?
The Boxcar Children stumble across a 100-year-old time capsule with a mysterious journal inside. It contains clues that lead the children around Greenfield and through the history books in search of a lost treasure. But questions remain. Who wrote the journal? And after 100 years, will there be enough evidence to find the hidden treasure?
The Aldens are visiting friends for a big Dia de los Muertos celebration. The kids love learning about the holiday and helping out—that is until mysterious events threaten to ruin everyone’s preparations. Can the Aldens figure out what’s going on and help their friends save the celebration?
The Aldens are visiting a small town known for its harvest festival. The town is beautiful in the fall, but rumors of the harvest moon and a werewolf are keeping people away. Can the Aldens get to the bottom of who—or what—is causing such a stir?
Henry and Jessie’s middle school robotics team is going to the regional competition! But it seems like someone doesn’t want their team to compete. Can the Aldens use their sleuthing skills and what they’ve learned about robotics to find the culprit and save the day?