Holly Hobbie has lived her whole life in the small town of Collinsville. Holly's a 13-year-old singer-songwriter who's got her best friends and close-knit family by her side, but she's dreaming of ways to save the world - even if it's starting in her own backyard.
Amy struggles with combining friend groups when she returns from camp.
After discovering that Piper and her mom are behind on their rent and will have to move away, Holly goes to extreme measures to help her new friend.
Holly tries to make Amy jealous by bringing Tyler to help paint a mural for the town’s Bicentennial.
When her audition for the town musical doesn’t go the way she planned, Holly is determined to get a callback and prove that she’s meant for the lead part.Watch Now:Amazon
While giving a tour of Collinsville, Holly catches the director of the town musical bullying Savannah and decides that it’s time to speak up.
While choosing an outfit from a clothing brand sponsor for the Gwen Taylor show, Holly finds a troubling note and seeks justice.
Holly finds that teaching music at the Children’s Club is more difficult than she thought. Heather rushes to build the crib for the new baby so she could join her friends at the movies.
Shortly after her breakup with Oscar, Holly discovers that he’s deleted all of their pictures online. She’s forced to work with him at the pickle festival and suspects he’s already dating again. Heather worries she’s becoming a third wheel.
Amy struggles to write her college essay. She decides to install wheelchair ramps around town for a better essay, but Holly and Savannah think the ramps are going overboard. Heather juggles dance and rugby and realizes that she can’t keep both.
Holly and Amy clear the air while coming to terms with Justin's unexpected departure.
Unwilling to wear revealing costumes to her dance competition, Heather takes a stand.
After Holly and Amy experience unfair double standards, they gather Piper and the girls in their class for a protest to make their voices heard.
Holly convinces Amy and Piper to attend a music showcase hosted by Oscar at a Sheffield dance club.
As punishment for lying about who destroyed the cucumber, Holly and Robbie are forced to spend their day building a chicken coop for Farmer Dodge.
Holly’s excited to perform her new song at The Calico Cafe, but she discovers that Lyla and her cheerleaders are organizing a boycott against Open Mic.
Holly struggles during rehearsals for the town musical and skips studying for a huge math test to keep her lead part.
Upset about disappointing her mom and possibly losing her best friend after the birthday party incident, Holly runs away to Chicago with Tyler.
Holly and Piper both plan birthday parties on the same day, and when Piper refuses to change the date of her party, Holly attempts to upstage her.
After discovering that the pickle factory’s faulty filtration system is contaminating the nearby creek, Holly defies her mother to expose the truth.
When Piper’s Mom shares the news that they’ll be moving to New Mexico, Piper searches for belonging while on a school trip to Pioneer Village.
After finding out that her grandma’s café might have to close for good, Holly attempts to save the beloved family business by hosting an Open Mic.
Mayor Flaherty blames the Open Mic Night for the destruction of Farmer Dodge’s giant cucumber, prompting Holly and her friends to search for the real culprit.
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