This series is about 5 girls - Frankie, Kenny, Lyndz, Fliss and Rosie - who just love to have fun but who almost inevitably end up in mischief. Suitable for 7 to 12 year olds.
A tennis competition brings out the best -- and the worst -- in the Sleepover Club and their arch-enemies the M&Ms. Who will win game, set and match?
When the girls decide to secretly design a website for Lyndz's brother Tom's band, they accidentally lose the only disk with a copy of the band poster on it - and it falls into the hands of a mystery e-blackmailer!
The Brownies put on a show for the local old people's home. Fliss is determined to make it a fashion show, but the rest of the Sleepover gang have other ideas. Will there be catwalk chaos?
With the help of the Sleepover Club, Mrs McAllister's stables are hosting a Wild West Open Day.
When the Sleepover girls school organizes a trip to Spain, all the girls decide to go except for Kenny. The girls go to Spain, but it's not the same without Kenny. However, they do meet a nice Spanish girl who returns with them much to Kenny's disappointment. Ultimately they all become friends.
When she realises that the next sleepover is on Friday 13th, Kenny plans a few spooky surprises for her friends. However, as usual, things don't quite go to plan.
It's time for the annual twenty-four hour sleepover but the girls soon discover that their arch-rivals the M&Ms are planning to sabotage their fun. Of course, the Sleepover club rise to the challenge but they soon find that revenge can be sickly sweet! Pack up your sleepover kit and drop in on the fun!
All the Sleepover club members are shocked when Fliss announces that she is going on a diet, but she forces them to have a fat-free swleepover.
It's Christmas and Frankie and Kenny want to earn money by washing cars. Seems like a nice theme, but it all goes into a tangent and the story transcends to be about Molly, Kenny's sister.
It's Lyndz's birthday and the Sleepover Club plan a spooky sleepover, with the most frightening video they can find. Only, once the lights are finally out and everyone has snuggled down, the spooks suddenly seem for real.
Felicity is desperate for a pet and when the girl's teacher needs someone to look after the girl's teacher needs someone to look after the school hamster for the weekend, Felicity is first to volunteer. It seems like a perfectly safe scheme. After all, how much trouble can one sweet little hamster cause at a sleepover?
The girls go on a weekend trip to the seaside, and find a bottle with a mysterious message in it, washed up on the beach. What can it mean?