The royal dummy keeps mysteriously disappearing, and the Little Princess is not amused! Wherever the King and Queen hide it, she always finds it. Can anyone convince her to give it up?
Little Princess visits a friend who has a rabbit, and comes home obsessed with getting one herself. She's given a stick-insect, a goldfish and a few other low-maintenance pets, but she still wants a bunny. Sometimes getting exactly what you want is a lesson in itself?
Jessy wants a cat and her parents can't stand cats. But Jessy is determined to have one, so she makes herself a fluffy white cat suit and refuses to take it off until her parents buy her a cat. Jessy's parents finally give in, but to their surprise, Jessy seems to have changed her mind about wanting a cat, and has her sights set on something else.
The Little Princess is going camping. Everyone offers to help her, but she won't hear of it. 'I want to do it by myself!' she insists. And so, she sets off all by herself to find a beautiful place to camp. When she arrives, she realizes there are a few things she has forgotten. Perhaps she could have done with a little help, after all. But fortunately for the Little Princess, the forgotten items mysteriously appear when her back is turned, as if by magic.
All day there had been disasters - the water pot went all over the latest painting; the Little Princess fell off the seesaw and banged her knee; and worst of all, there was a monster under the bed that night. The castle had been ringing with the constant shout of 'I Want My Mum!'
When things start going wrong around the castle everyone blames the Little Princess. No matter how much she cries, "I didn't do it!", no one believes her. Upset, the Little Princess goes off to hide and finds out who really is to blame!
The Little Princess doesn't want to go to bed. And why should she when she isn't even tired? But the King and Queen are firm and she does eventually go to bed. But when the King goes in to kiss her goodnight, her bed is empty again! Where can she be?
The Little Princess is too sick to walk the dog and she's far too sick to go to school. But when she's invited to a party, she makes a miraculous recovery! Until, that is, she eats too many cakes and sweets...
Every bedtime the King tells the Little Princess a story before she falls asleep. When he's away on royal business, everyone tries to make up a bedtime story for the Little Princess, but no one is as good as her dad
When Terri-Lee goes to the pet-shop she thinks she'll be choosing a dog - she doesn't expect the dog to be choosing her! But Crumble is no ordinary pet and he's got a few questions to ask: How many walks will you take me on? Do you like to dance? Will you tickle me? I like that a lot. Will Terri-Lee's dance moves and answers be enough to convince Crumble that she could be his owner?