Pre-school animation. Hugo imagines a perfect world where every kid looks, thinks and acts exactly like him. But this gets pretty annoying fast.
Pre-school animation. Hugo is worried about moving to a new home. Felix and Lily help him learn that a home is a place where you feel safe and spend time with your family.
Pre-school animation. When the big, furry yeti convinces him to climb a huge mountain without even their winter jackets, Hugo learns that not all advice is good.
Pre-school animation. What's right? What's wrong? 2+2=4 is right, but is Hugo a little boy or a big boy? Sometimes it's hard to decide on the right answer.
Pre-school animation. When he wonders if his friend the elephant can fly, Hugo holds his very own experiment to find out.
Pre-school animation. Hugo learns that a brain is kind of like a computer, which can store lots of different thoughts that make him feel and remember all kinds of things.
Pre-school animation. Hugo always has something to think about, whether it's something important like remembering Mum's birthday or scoring a great goal.
Pre-school animation. Felix and Lily tell Hugo about all different types of work, and Hugo gets to work on a busy construction site.
Pre-school animation. Hugo's friend the yeti is so sad that he's crying his eyes out. Hugo doesn't know why, but tries to cheer him up by trying lots of things.
Pre-school animation. Hugo thinks he's human because he's got legs, ears, eyes, nose and mouth.
Pre-school animation. Hugo knows some things are true, but is his friend Oscar right that a giant dinosaur still walks the earth? Hugo tries to find the truth.
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores things that are beautiful, from flowers and rainbows to his cool new bike, learning that beautiful can be all kinds of things.
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores what art is by looking at all sorts of weird and wonderful paintings, sculptures and photos.
Pre-school animation. Hugo goes on a journey to discover that tiny flowers and huge elephants are part of nature.
Pre-school animation. Hugo learns that heroes are not just ones with superpowers - there are also heroes in real life.
Pre-school animation. When Hugo gives the same size cupcakes to his huge yeti friend and a tiny ant, the yeti is still hungry. Is that fair?
Pre-school animation. Lily and Felix explain to Hugo all the different ways to be kind, like helping someone who is hurt and taking care of your pets.
Pre-school animation. Felix and Lily show Hugo that it can be fun to share things, like a comic book, or an idea, or your time.
Pre-school animation. Felix and Lily explain that pets are animals you love and take care of, but when a space robot wants to make Hugo his pet, Hugo's not so sure.
Pre-school animation. School is the place where Hugo can learn all kind of things, like counting and drawing, but it's also a place to meet friends.
Pre-school animation. Hugo discovers that sometimes you have to make lots of mistakes before you can learn something.
Pre-school animation. Hugo finds out what play is, and why kids love to do it. There are so many games to play, Hugo could play his whole life!
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores things that are big, from elephants to trees, to cities and planets.
Pre-school animation. Hugo wants his friends to like him for his fancy tricks and his parents and teachers to be proud of him for his super smarts.
Pre-school animation. Hugo wonders how many birthdays it is until you get old. Do you need to have a long white beard to be old, or is being old just a feeling in your head?
Pre-school animation. Lots of things change as they grow up, like an egg, a caterpillar and a child! But Hugo likes some things just the way they are!
Pre-school animation. Hugo wonders if the world would be even better if it was only made up of things he likes, like his favourite colour orange!
Preschool animation. Hugo thinks he needs a monkey to play with, badly. Felix and Lily help Hugo understand the things Hugo needs and the things he wants.
Preschool animation. Hugo learns about love by looking at all the things and people around him, and how they make him feel.
Pre-school animation. Hugo has a big family: he has two sisters, a dad, a mum, a granny, uncles, cousins and so many more people...
Pre-school animation. Some choices are easy, like which game to play, and who to play with. But Hugo finds that choosing some things can be hard.
Pre-school animation. Hugo finds it scary when he sees some big robots fighting, and upsetting when he argues with his friend.
Pre-school animation. Hugo has a great imagination, which helps him conjure up lots of fun and wild games.
Preschool animation. Hugo has a contest of strength with an elephant and an tiny ant, and learns that even an ant is strong for its size.
Pre-school animation. Hugo can't wait to grow up so he drive cars, watch scary movies, and do whatever he wants!
Preschool animation. When Hugo is sleeping, he dreams a lot, about flying with dragons and racing with cheetahs.
Pre-school animation. Oscar is afraid of the naughty monkey, Hugo is afraid of the thunder, and everybody is afraid of a big spider.
Pre-school animation. Hugo is growing taller all the time. Growing up can be good so you can do exciting things like fly a plane!
Pre-school animation. Every kid becomes a grown up, even Hugo. But can grown-ups act like kids sometimes too?
Pre-school animation. There is always someone telling Hugo what to do, but most of the time it's for his own good.
Pre-school animation. Felix and Lily explain to Hugo that music is all kind of noises that people make on purpose.
Pre-school animation. Hugo explores all his senses, from hearing and smelling to tasting, touching and seeing.
Preschool animation. Hugo always has to wait... for his toast to toast, for his little sister to get ready, for the bus to come...
Preschool animation. Hugo knows lots of people who are clever, like his parents, his teacher, and his friend the scientist.
Pre-school animation. Hugo always has something on his mind, but what is a mind and where is it? Lily and Felix help him search for the answer.
Pre-school animation. The universe is so big, some say it's infinite. Hugo ventures out into space with his trusty robot friend to find out how big infinity really is.
Pre-school animation. When a monkey steals Hugo's ice cream, Hugo can't help but feel all hot and bothered. Is this anger?
Preschool animation. Hugo finds that rules are everywhere... but should Hugo always stick to the rules?
Preschool animation. Sometimes in life you have to be brave: like when Hugo goes to the doctor, and especially when he fights a dragon!