Milton experiments with his hairstyle.
Jackson and Jelly play holiday games.
Jelly thinks that he has found an eye on a stick.
Milton and his friends make up some stories about growing.
The gang thinks about some of the hottest places in the world.
Jelly and Jackson discover that not everyone lives in a house.
Jelly and Jackson find Byron's photograph album.
Jackson tickles, Jelly and Shelley get stuck in a play tunnel.
Byron, Jelly and Jackson are surprised when Shelley appears in the library.
Jelly and Jackson feel bouncy after finding some bouncy balls in the library; Milton teaches them how to bounce inwardly; Blue Cow tries out a trampoline.
Jelly, Jackson and Shelley have fun balancing things in the library; Blue Cow wows her audience tight-rope walking.
Jelly, Jackson and Byron have a dressing up race.
Something very important is lost.
The librarian forgets her lunchbox.
Blake magics strange presents for Jelly and Jackson.
Byron makes a dancing puppet for Jelly and Jackson; line dancing.
Jelly and Jackson make Jack and Jill cookies.
The Story Makers come out and create new stories for the children who are coming in the morning; there is talk of a muddy-footed leaf monster in the library.
Byron wants to travel light on his summer holidays but Jelly and Jackson make sure he doesn't.
The `Story Makers' come out and create new stories for the children who are coming in the morning; Shelley is full of the joys of spring.
Jelly, Jackson and Byron play games with fruit.
Jelly and Jackson try to learn to fly.
Purple things; mixing red and blue to make purple.
Jelly has lost Eddy, her special teddy bear.
The kids play with a top; Shelley gets a new hairstyle.
Jelly makes a collage for Jackson; two brothers paint their room as a surprise for their father.
Jackson and Milton try to cure Jelly's hiccups.
It's party time in the library, and Jelly and Jackson have fun with balloons.
The kids learn about the number five.
The kids learn about the number four.
The kids learn about the number three.
Jelly, Jackson and Rossetti find a wigwam and a totem pole in the library.
The kids learn about the number two.
The kids learn about the number one.
Jelly and Jackson throw a surprise party for Shelley.
Byron, Jelly and Jackson make up stories to show that everyone is different.
Jelly and Jackson find some fairy dust in the library.
Milton's magic goes a little wrong when he tries to create some flowers for Jackson.
Webster, Jelly and Jackson make a poem for the poem tree.
Jelly, Rosetti and Jackson go on a treasure hunt.
Shelley seems to have a hole in her memory.
Jackson finds a kaleidoscope and Jelly uses a stinky onion to make a pattern.
Webster has received an interesting book parcel.
Story Makers come out and make new stories ready for the children who are coming in the morning; it's silly billy boo night in the library.
The roof springs a leak.
Jackson thinks he has found a big orange football.
Jelly and Jackson find shapes all over the place.
Trying to copy the man in the suit.
Everything is yellow in the library tonight.
Jackson makes a mermaid, or maybe a monster, out of things from the beach.
Rossetti shows Jelly and Jackson some unusual ways of recycling.
Story Makers come out and make new stories ready for the children who are coming in the morning; Jelly and Jackson perform a show in the library.
Milton helps Jelly and Jackson to build a sandcastle in the library.
Jelly and Jackson make a mess in the library when they try to make chapattis; the Diwali is celebrated in today's playbook.
Rossetti puts on a disguise to fool Jelly and Jackson; Blue Cow travels to the Wild West.
It is Senses Week in the library, and today's sense is smell.
It is Senses Week in the library, and today's sense is hearing.
There is a secret bubble blower in the library tonight.
Jelly and Jackson find out about aunties and uncles; Blue Cow visits her Aunt Hilda.
Byron makes a rocket; a planet is named after Blue Cow.
Jelly plans a tea party.
Byron shows Jelly and Jackson how to resolve a quarrel using a coin.
Jelly, Jackson and Shelley are wearing special uniforms for cleaning the library.
Jelly and Jackson each get a present from Rossetti; Sam has trouble deciding what to buy his best friend James.
Jelly empties her piggy bank and finds out that she is rich; Blue Cow goes to a bed shop and falls asleep in the most comfortable bed in the world.
Jelly and Jackson have fun playing with boxes.
Jelly and Jackson play dress up; Shelley, who wants to be a pop star when she grows up, shows off her voice.
Jackson makes a fuzzy rainbow using paint and water; Rossetti's magic is upset by a pepper pot.
Rossetti and Jelly visit Jackson's post office to buy stamps for Jelly's letter to Blue Cow.
Jelly and Jackson are having a cleaning and tidying night.
Jelly and Jackson find lots of different types of lights in the library tonight; they even shine some light into the Story Machine to make a story all about Diwali, the festival of light.
Jackson pretends to be a train, but gets frightened by a spider.
Jelly and Jackson find lots of interesting things in Rossetti's tool box.
With a little magic, Byron helps Jelly and Jackson make a tent in the library.
Jelly and Jackson find a very special, small and fluffy friend in the library.
It's midnight and everyone's hungry, the perfect time for a midnight feast.
Byron helps Jackson to tell the time.
Rossetti is feeling sleepy, but Jelly and Jackson are wide awake.
Jelly and Jackson want to have a picnic in the library.
Jelly and Jackson wonder what it would be like to go to school.
Shelley wants to know who will be her best friend.
Webster demonstrates his juggling skills on a special day.
Byron demonstrates that he has rhythm.
Rossetti has trouble with the traffic.
Jelly and Shelley go bowling.
There is a giant in the library and Jackson is afraid.
Milton and his friends are in the mood for some sailing.
Jackson and Jelly quarrel when Jackson refuses to share his teddy cakes.
Milton and his friends make stories about families.
Jelly puts her teddy in the Story Machine.
Jackson wants to learn to play the keyboard.
Milton and friends meet the water kings.
Jackson suffers from football fever.
Rossetti and Jelly make a feely picture.
Jelly learns to jump, with a little help from Shelley.
The librarian has left something interesting behind.
Jackson has found a mysterious round object.
Jackson finds it hard to count when Jelly keeps interrupting him.
Jackson finds a kaleidoscope; Jelly uses a stinky onion to make a pattern.
Shelley has some very exciting surprise parcels for Jelly and Jackson.
Jackson turns Jelly into a robot.
Milton and his friends are going up and down.
Jelly and Jackson decide to fix some objects with some tools.
Shelly uses her feet to make a picture; Jackson makes potato prints.
Jelly and Jackson learn all about doctors.
Jelly and Jackson are getting things sorted out.
Everyone is rather angry in the library today.
Byron tells Jelly and Jackson how he gets such a twinkly smile.
Jelly and Jackson want to play hide-and-seek.
Jackson gets some new rainboots and the gang visits a farm.
Jelly and Jackson find out what happens when yellow and blue paints are mixed.
Jackson dreams about becoming a drummer.
Jackson is feeling rather lonely.
Everyone's getting very stuck up in the library today.
Jackson and Jelly dress up as a pirate and a princess.
Jelly and Jackson are supposed to tidy up, but there isn't time.
Jelly and Jackson find out where strawberries come from.
Jelly and Jackson are feeling very artistic.
Milton and his friends try to think of their best day ever.
There is a lot of washing taking place in the library today.
Jelly and Jackson are getting fit.
The gang wonders what to do during a power cut.
The gang faces a creative block when it runs out of ideas for new stories.
Milton and friends make hot and cold stories.
Jackson finds out where snow comes from.
Jelly wants some beautiful jewels.
Jelly feels ill, but doesn't know what's wrong.
Jelly and Jackson find out what happens at a carnival.
Byron's mobile phone is getting in the way of making stories.
Milton forgets to set his alarm clock.
Jackson wants to meet the oldest man in the world.
Jelly and Jackson have planned a surprise for Milton.
Someone has taken Jelly's teddy.
Jackson discovers bean sprouts; Kevin the Spaceman discovers a planet made from cheese.
Jackson doesn't feel like making stories.
Jackson has a pet that only he can see.
Milton finds a monster in the library.
It's creepy-crawlies night in the library.
Jelly and Jackson learn all about dinosaurs.
Rossetti makes some name badges and Blue Cow becomes a pop star.
Milton has some broccoli to eat, and doesn't know if he likes it.
Milton and friends make up stories from around the world.
Jackson and Kelly find a secret message.
Jelly finds out about a special festival for brothers and sisters.
Milton and his friends make some shiny stories.
Jackson finds out where snow comes from.
Milton and his friends find out what is at the end of the rainbow.
Wondering what rhymes with Jelly.
Milton and his friends travel by land and air.
Milton gets a pair of tap dancing shoes, and the Blue Cow does, too.
Jelly really hates water.
Someone special is coming to tea.
Something is in the mysterious box the librarian has left behind.
Jelly and Jackson discover that the fastest person doesn't always win the race.
Milton introduces the Story Makers to his pet flea.
Jelly is in a helpful mood.
Milton's shoes don't match.