Libby and Dish are best friends who live in a high-rise apartment in the Big City. Libby is a shy, quiet girl with a big imagination, and Dish is a well-fed kitty with a keen mind for plans. Both of them are fond of adventures, fruit smoothies, and Mr. Bhachu, the grumpy old man at the end of the hall. With Libby’s “Adventure Checklist” and Dish’s sage advice, the two of them discover the many wonders of their home in the city.
As the search continues for Bear's true home, Libby and Dish take on the challenge of caring for her. But where will she go next?
Bear and Mr. Bhachu
Libby's friend Morgan comes over with a warm greeting — and an interesting new idea for their friendship.
Libby is curious about the sad feelings she has about Morgan and Juan Paco working together ... without her.
As the Finders Club ventures out on their first mission, their focus is unclear — but what they see in the park brings fresh purpose.
The Duck Trick
When Libby returns from her adventure, Dish can hardly wait to hear the report. What kinds of mysteries did Libby encounter?
The Top Floor
Even after a full day, Libby takes on one more adventure: a visit to Miss Williams' apartment for some instruction in magic ...
The Gifts of Age
As the children learn a bit of magic from Miss Williams, Libby develops a friendship with the wise old bird who lives on the top floor.
An Invitation to a Party
Libby and her mother discover a party invitation — but Libby doesn't want to go. Will Libby disappoint her friends?
Our Costume Party
Libby works up the courage to ask Morgan about her party ... and the answer is a surprise for everyone.
As Libby struggles to sketch out her vision for a superhero sign, she receives unexpected help from Dish and Juan Paco.
The Letter M
Who is that older man and why is he on a strange scooter? Libby and Dish decide that this is a job for the Finders Club.
Granny and Gramps
Dish offers some wise advice that helps the whole family to turn their upside-down day right-side-up again.
Family and Friends
As Libby's mom wrestles with one Thanksgiving dinner mishap after another, Libby finds ways to help.
This Year's Tradition
When her mother suggests a new idea for December, Libby feels unsure — does she want to try new ways of celebrating this month?