A compulsive liar has his bluff called when he is asked for proof.
Runaways Augustus and Arthur take refuge in a haunted cottage and waste everyone's time by crying wolf; they soon discover that actions have consequences.
A bully steals a pair of glasses and a trumpet from the new boy in school, but the new boy ends up having the last laugh.
Fat girl litters.
When Terry steals a soccer kit from school, he takes home more than he bargained for.
Prince Norman becomes invisible after having been misnamed Prince Noman by his senile father; his mother makes him a new face out of the most prominent features on the faces of his despotic family.
Belinda and Percy always get what they want; when their father gives them a magic elephant foot, they use it to summon the elephant back to life.
Alexander puts off going to bed and loses his eyelids.
Huge Hugh is a giant who is always in need of more and more space; he gets so big that he bursts and a snail slimes right through him.
Amos Stirling wants his daughter to be a genius and makes her study 20 hours a day; by denying her a childhood, Amos awakens the Childhood Snatcher, a midnight shadow who turns the little girl into a wrinkled old woman before her fourth birthday.
Fedora Finklestein likes money and schemes to get it; she passes off a fake as a missing cat to get a reward, but on the way home, she's eaten by a tiger.
Herbert Hinckley loves TV almost as much as chips; one night he gets sucked into the TV and meets all his favorites, but then he can't escape.
The Honorable Jack Delaunay de Havilland de Trop never stops talking; a ventriloquist performs at his sister's birthday party and turns Jack into a ventriloquist's dummy.