Anne Boonchuy, a self-centered 13-year-old 7th grader, is magically transported to the fictitious world of Amphibia, a rural marshland full of frog-people, also known as Amphibians and dangerous creatures. With the help of an excitable young frog named Sprig Plantar, Anne will transform into a hero and discover the first true friendship of her life.
Sprig tries to capture a mysterious beast to prove that he’s responsible.
Sprig takes Anne swimming in a nearby lake to help her feel less homesick.
When Anne breaks Hop Pop's favorite cane, she and her friends set out to replace it.
When Anne's bedroom floods, she and Sprig must bunk together.
To win a village cooking contest, Anne leads the family on a quest to make pizza.
Sprig wants Anne and Hop Pop to get along, so he tricks them into going on a stakeout.
Anne wants to keep a caterpillar as a pet, but she'll have to keep it a secret from Hop Pop.
After one of the Plantars mysteriously runs out the charge on Anne's phone, the family embarks on a mission to try and recharge it.
In an attempt to learn to drive the family snail wagon, Anne and Sprig take it for a joy ride.
Anne's pimple breakout makes her a celebrity in Wartwood.
Angry with how the Plantar farm is being run, Sprig decides to overthrow Hop Pop.
Anne plans to give Polly some long-overdue girl time, whether Polly wants it or not.
Anne and Hop Pop learn Sprig may like Ivy Sundew, so they attempt to set them up.
Anne pretends to like camping, which is fine until she goes dangerously overboard.
Anne fakes getting sick to get off work, but the rest of the family gets sick.
Sprig and Polly think their family history is boring until they uncover family secrets.
Anne gets a job at Stumpy’s diner and transforms the humble frog eatery into a flashy Thai fusion restaurant.
When rent on the Plantar’s food stand skyrockets, Anne has to show Hop Pop the key to being a great salesman.
Anne befriends toad soldiers to gain respect in Wartwood.
Toad Tower finds itself under attack by a pair of horrifying herons.
During Grubhog Day, Sprig has to decide whether to uphold his responsibilities or have fun at the carnival.
To impress Sylvia Sundew, Hop Pop asks Anne to teach him to dance.
When Anne exposes Wartwood to a teen romance film, the town splits on the movie's love triangle.
After losing his stand, Hop Pop decides to run for mayor of Wartwood.
When Sprig’s rare and precious Blue Moon Shell is stolen, he and Anne investigate to find the thief.
To prepare for Anne’s quest, the Plantars visit the town archives and accidentally get trapped.
When a winter cold snap freezes all the frogs in Wartwood, Anne must protect the townspeople.
In an effort to make Mrs. Croaker like him, Sprig digs up a secret from her past.
The Plantars stay at a bed and breakfast for the night, but Polly discovers the caretakers aren’t what they seem.
Everyone calls Anne crazy when she claims to have seen the mythical Moss Man.
Sprig wants to spend time with Hop Pop on their family fishing trip, but Hop Pop’s friend Sylvia gets in the way.
Anne’s music box goes missing at the mysterious and exclusive Bizarre Bazaar.
After Anne helps Sprig break up with Maddie, strange things start happening to them.
When a popular talent competition comes to Wartwood, Hop Pop goes overboard in training Sprig to win.
Anne must learn the value of teamwork to win the town's annual Bugball game.
Anne, Sprig and Polly are forced to stay at a daycare center that turns out to be more than it seems.
A scary mushroom adventure!
Anne wins the prestigious "Frog of the Year" award and gets to plan her own party, but the frogs of Wartwood may not be ready for a human-style bash.