Mum tells Pablo not to touch the doughnuts, the flowers and the vase on the table, but telling Tang not to touch something only makes him want to touch it more!
Uncle John gives Pablo a toy car, but Pablo already has one that is exactly the same and thinks one of them needs to go back to the shops. But how to choose?
When Lorna shows Pablo her new pet guinea pig, Tang wants to grab it, but getting too close makes Noa feel wobbly. Pablo and his friends need to learn how to act around it.
Mum wants Pablo to tidy his room, but his untidy toys and clothes are all calling him at the same time, and soon Pablo is so confused that he struggles to do anything at all.
When Mum puts back a bowl she was going to use, Pablo can feel how sad the bowl must be. But some of his friends find it hard to accept that everything has feelings.
Mum takes Pablo to a playground with a huge slide that is only for big kids. So Tang decides to draw himself big and discovers why Mum told Pablo that he had to wait.
Mum’s new friend is coming to meet Pablo - but just because Mum likes him, that does not mean he does. The Book Animals have to help Pablo face this new challenge.
Pablo and the Book Animals meet a camera that wants to take pictures of everyone, even when they do not want their picture taken. And worst of all, it keeps using the flash!
The Book Animals are excited to meet the different members of their families at the zoo. Pablo and the friends try to help Noa find his family, but there are no dinosaurs at the ...
Pablo is feeling 'bleugh', so choosing is difficult. He wants to go to both the swimming pool and the library, and soon the two places are pouring into each other. Con ...
Llama keeps singing a song from a paper towel advert, making Pablo feel like he needs to keep spilling his juice so there will be something to wipe up.
Pablo’s new mattress feels higher than his old one, like it is floating up into the sky. Now it’s up to him and the Book Animals to find a way to bring it down again.
Pablo loves the old steam trains at the transport museum. But he starts to feel sad that they are stuck in one place and wants to help them do what they were supposed to do.
Pablo and the Book Animals are both excited and nervous about going on a plane. They find the best way to prepare is to go through the whole process in the Art World.
Pablo’s mum is measuring the wall with what looks like a number snake. Pablo and his friends follow this creature through the Art World, amazed by all the things it can do!
Pablo really wants to go swimming, but how can he get past the echoey walls, the cold wet floor and the smell of chlorine to reach the embrace of the water he loves?
Pablo wants to play with his shiny things, but his cardigan is in the way, making a scary shape. Nobody knows how to get past it until Llama bravely leads the way.
When Pablo gets Chicken Pops, so do all the Book Animals. Soon everyone is itching and they don’t know how to make it stop. Luckily, in the Real World, Mum has the answer.
When Pablo finds the new sofa difficult to accept, the sofa becomes upset. The Book Animals help Pablo to realise that he and the sofa both need time to get to know each other.
Pablo loves watching the rain. Some of his in the Art World friends don't. Draff and Mouse hate getting wet, but Pablo loves the rain so much that he actually turns into it!
When the Fiona asks Pablo how he is, Pablo doesn't know the answer. He explores the question with his friends in the Art World and they all try to figure out what it means.
Pablo has two pinecones for tapping, which turn out to be explorers! They lead the Book Animals on a journey to discover sounds and textures and Llama makes an aural map.
Pablo wants to know what is happening to the characters on his favourite TV program after the TV is turned off. Luckily Noa has an idea about how they can find out!
Pablo is fascinated with the way the zipper on his coat closes up and opens again. With his friends in the Art World Pablo explores the magic of opening and closing things.
Pablo hears a song on the radio and wants to hear it again, but he can't make it come out anymore. The Book Animals try to help him find a way to get it back again.
Pablo loves the Book Animals, but when he gets a new book with a spider in it, Pablo thinks the spider looks scary. But it turns out the spider is a bit frightened as well.
Pablo is worried about the lift at the department store, but with the help of his friends in the Art World he learns what the buttons are for and how to get safely out again.
Pablo is surprised to learn that his face is saying things to people he doesn't know about. He has no idea what his face is doing, until the Book Animals help him find out.
Pablo discovers a scab on his knee and is upset. He's never seen one before and doesn't know why it's stuck to him. But he soon learns that Scab Billy is there fo ...
Pablo thinks he'll float away if he puts down his pine cones. Draff disagrees, but when Pablo puts them down, he floats up into the sky and his friends have to rescue him.
When Mum leaves a can of air freshener on the counter, it's up to Pablo and his friends to stop the Smell Gobbler eating all the smells in the house, including the nice ones!
Pablo likes flapping. Wren says flying is even better and draws wings on Pablo, but he flaps so much that he flies away and the Book Animals have to track him down.
When the bus that Pablo and his mum are waiting for is late, Draff gets anxious. He knows every bus route and all the details of the timetable, and he likes things to be on sche ...
Pablo doesn't want to wait for a blancmange to set. He wants to eat it now. He draws a controller like an iPad to speed up the time, but that creates problems of its own.
Pablo's mum has friends round for dinner, but the noises are making it hard for Pablo to sleep. He wants to get away or cover the noises up, but Tang just wants to party.
When Pablo sees a picture of a pineapple, he gets the taste in his mouth and it won't go away. Soon everything and everyone in the Art World looks and tastes like pineapple ...
When Pablo can't find the words to tell Granny what he wants for breakfast his friends have to help him get them to come back again and turn into the things he needs to say.
Pablo goes to a cafe with his Mum and gets an egg and spaghetti hoops, but his food is upset. The spaghetti hoops keep touching the egg cat, and it doesn't like that at all!
Pablo gets very excited by Mum's mechanical hand whisk. He draws Mr Whizzy, and he and Tang get even more excited as he whizzes up everything and makes a huge mess!
When Pablo gets a birthday present after his birthday, he finds it very confusing. He doesn't want to open it, because he doesn't know what's inside and doesn ...
Pablo finds an itchy label in his t-shirt and decides not to get dressed. He makes himself into a duvetsaurus so he can be like his Book Animal friends and not wear clothes.
Pablo can't decide which shoes to wear because he thinks the shoes he doesn't choose will feel sad. His friends try to find a solution, such as wearing shoes on his ha ...
Pablo has a funny tickly feeling inside and doesn't know what to make of it. He draws himself into the Art World, where his friends discover he's full of happy sparkles.
Pablo opens a packet of crisps too fast and his crisps go everywhere. Pablo and his friends go to the top of a mountain, to the bottom of the sea and to the moon to get them back.
Pablo is fascinated by the tiny strands of colour he can see in a piece of lint. In the Art World, he and his friends follow the strands, going deeper and deeper into the fluff.
Pablo is very uncomfortable and doesn't know what's wrong. He draws himself as a scribble and his friends have to work out who he is and why he's feeling so scrib ...
Pablo sees colours coming from the radio! He uses his crayons like a conductor and draws colourful music, but Draff insists that music is for your ears, not your eyes.
Pablo and the Book Animals are repeating jingles and playing with words, treating them as sounds that don't mean anything, which Mouse and Draff find very confusing.
Pablo is struggling to understand his mum. Her voice sounds disjointed and garbled. Draff thinks it sounds like Slippy Mouth, a very naughty creature who jumbles words up.
Pablo doesn't want a haircut, so he draws a picture and enters the Art World. But Tang draws a huge scribble of hair all over Pablo and warns him about becoming The Wildman.
Pablo likes plastic ice cream spoons even more than ice cream. He keeps them and makes them his friends, but Draff says he can't keep and make friends with everything.
Pablo is scared by a print on the wall of a café. He draws a very confusing world in response and decides it's okay to be a scaredy cat. Everybody is scared of somet ...
Pablo makes a mistake in his drawing and colours in his shorts the wrong colour, so he decides not to draw himself at all. But his friends in the Art World want to find him.
Pablo loves feeling the breeze as he swings on the swing. When it's someone else's turn, Pablo enters the Art World and draws a bigger swing before drawing an aeroplane.
Pablo's old crayons are running out, but his new ones are the wrong shade, design and smell. The Book Animals are worried. Without crayons, Pablo won't be able to draw ...
Pablo is making funny noises. Noa thinks he might have swallowed something like a telephone or a radio. They realise it's his tummy, but nobody knows what it's trying ...
There is an unusual smell in the house that Pablo finds very distracting. In the Art World this aroma becomes a swirling character that makes it hard to think or speak at all.
Pablo is splashing in a puddle, making little spots of light dance about on the surface. Everyone loves these sparkles and it soon becomes a game of trying to catch them.
Pablo doesn't want to talk, but Draff finds it difficult not to. Slowly together Pablo and his friends find ways of playing without words, through movement and their senses.
When Pablo is woken by banging and scraping he draws a cave to hide in, afraid of the noise dragon. His friends hide with him and help draw a castle for better protection.
Mouse finds the noisy colours of the supermarket overwhelming. Pablo and his friends try to help, putting her in the trolley and letting her look at the lovely quiet list.
After having a bath, Pablo is upset that his smell is gone. He enlists the help of Bubble Bottle and his friends to track down his smell and follow it down the drain.
Pablo can't find his Big Book of Animals. He needs to make sure that it is still exactly the same. This is where the Book Animals come from, so they want to find it too.
Nervous about a noisy birthday party, Pablo runs back to the car. In the Art World his friends join him and help him realise that a party is just when friends get together.
Pablo and his mum are getting ready to go to a wedding, but when Pablo discovers a big purple creature with feathers on top of her head he wonders where his mum has gone.
Pablo is sad to come in from the rain, but says he’s happy being sad. The umbrella understands; you can be more than one thing, like wet on one side and dry on the other.
Pablo and his mum are having a picnic, but the only thing Pablo has to eat with is a surprising object that doesn’t seem to be a fork or a spoon. What is he supposed to do?
Pablo is scared of going to the dentist, so the Book Animals and the dentist’s tools work together to show him that the dentist is only trying to help his sore tooth.
Pablo and his friends are happily singing The Wheels on the Bus, but a police zebra makes them stop because it is not true that the wheels go round all day long.
Pablo finds it difficult when people look at him or give him compliments, so when the Book Animals have a talent show, Pablo doesn’t want to perform unless he can’t ...
Pablo is playing the same song repeatedly and won’t stop. He and the Book Animals enjoy the feeling shapes, but Draff warns them not to get stuck in a loop!
When Pablo goes to sleep at his Granny’s, it's too quiet even for Mouse! Pablo and his friends miss the sounds of their city home. Luckily, Granny has an idea that ca ...
When Pablo tries to approach other children in the park, they move away. He has to learn how to show that he is friendly, so Llama helps Draff teach him about personal space.
Pablo is sitting still and staring into space. His friends wonder what’s up, until Wren finds another Pablo up in the fluffy clouds, taking a break from life’s many ...
Pablo and his cousin are drawing together, but when Pablo thinks Lorna has taken some of his colours, he is upset. Luckily, Mouse can remember what really happened.
Pablo finds Granny’s glasses, but he can’t see through them properly. Mouse thinks they’re broken, Tang wants to make new ones and the sofa wants to hide them ...
People don't always want to hear Draff’s facts, so he decides to draw himself a robot who will. But is a robot that says you’re right all the time really a bett ...
Pablo wants to play with Lorna and her friend, but it’s making Noa feel wobbly and that makes the Art World wobbly too. Can they all find a way to play without joining in?
Pablo is fascinated by the wrinkly hands of his elderly neighbour. He wants to see what they feel like and travel into the wonderful world of the landscape they evoke.
At the city farm, Pablo tries being a chicken, a pig and a horse before Draff and the other Book Animals help him realise that being Pablo might be even better!
The sounds and shapes of a noisy cafe keep taking Pablo and his friends away to different places, from which they have to find a way back.
It’s a hot sunny day, and Pablo is running around when his head starts to hurt. Pablo and the Book Animals wonder what is going on and discover an upset volcano!
Pablo is overwhelmed by all the different pasta shapes calling to him in the Super Place. He ends up lost in Pasta Land, struggling to choose which one to take home.