Ethelbert refuses to make up with his brother after a fight, until he meets a wolf cub who teaches him how important siblings are.
Ethelbert meets a family of beavers who show him how to conquer the forces of nature.
Ethelbert thinks that making noise is the only way to get attention, until he meets some blue-footed booby birds who show him that there are other ways that are much more fun.
Ethelbert is disappointed when his present for his parents doesn't look nice, then he meets a magpie who teaches him how to make gifts presentable.
Ethelbert is looking for somebody to play with him in the sun.
Ethelbert meets some puffins and discovers that being greedy often has bad consequences.
Ethelbert is fed up with being cuddly and soft.
A selfish skunk protects his food.
Ethelbert and Dilip visit Africa where they find a baby elephant in trouble; they find out why the rain is so useful to this long-nosed creature.
Ethelbert complains that his home is too small; Ethelbert wishes he had wings like a bird.
Ethelbert learns the dangers of wasting food when he meets a squirrel who teaches him the importance of storing food for harder times in the future.
Ethelbert meets a tortoise and some Tasmanian devils.
Ethelbert learns to overcome his fears and makes friends with a spider; Ethelbert helps out a tired albatross.
Ethelbert and an otter have similar problems; Ethelbert gets to see the jungle from a different perspective.
Ethelbert does not want to migrate with his family for the monsoon season, but he learns why he should follow them when he meets a reindeer who has been separated from his herd.
Ethelbert thinks the jungle is dull, until a chance meeting with a mouse helps him learn to see familiar objects with a fresh eye.
Ethelbert meets some Tasmanian devils, who show him how to stand up to people who are mean to him.
A wise old goat introduces Ethelbert to the notion of being in control of movements.
Ethelbert and an otter have similar problems.
Ethelbert meets a weasel who teaches him that it's not very much fun to be on the receiving end of practical jokes.
Ethelbert finds out from a tired albatross that flying is not as easy as it looks.
A wild boar helps Ethelbert to find his missing treasures.
Ethelbert realizes that old people can be fun when he meets a playful 167-year-old giant tortoise.
Ethelbert learns to overcome his fears and makes friends with a spider.
Ethelbert and a friendly panther cub learn about shadows.
An imaginative panda.
A selfish skunk protects his food.
A peacock struts in a Chinese garden.
Dilip takes Ethelbert to meet a crocodile.
Penguins embarrass Ethelbert.
Ethelbert helps a bat find its cave.
Baby elephant is in trouble.
Emu wishes she had a tail.
A brown bear prepares for winter.
Playtpus shows Ethelbert how to swim.
A snake sheds its skin.
A family of kangaroos has interesting ideas.
A pair of goslings have no parents.
Ethelbert learns her home is not very small.
A polar bear needs help finding its family.
A chameleon shows Ethelbert that stripes are special.
Meerkats of the African savannah do things as a team.
Dilip explains African felines.
Ethelbert's friends refuse to play with him because he was not taking turns, so he goes off to the Madagascan rainforest where he meets a pair of Aye Aye lemurs, who never take it in turns.
Ethelbert is too lazy to get a drink from the river and when he visits Egypt, the water is hard to find there.
Ethelbert gives up every time he loses while playing with Dilip; Ethelbert and Dilip visit the African Savannah where they meet a rhinoceros who seems to have given up on everything.
Ethelbert wants to be a bit taller, but a meeting with an African giraffe causes him to have second thoughts.
Ethelbert and Dilip meet a family of hippos.
A gorilla teaches the importance of cleanliness.