Rosie is a rag doll who lives in a playhouse with her colourful group of friends. Together they embark on adventures as they learn the meaning of true friendship.
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Rosie, Raggles and their friends try to make Oakley disappear for a game of hide-and-seek.
Bluebird makes Raggles disappear, but she has no idea how she can make him reappear.
Rosie comes up with a plan to make Will's wish to fly come true.
Big Bear is nervous after he receives an invitation to have tea with the Queen.
Rosie decides to get Oakley's Little Acorns into shape as a choir.
Rosie turns director when everyone wants to put on a play of The Three Bears.
Raggles wants to start his own newspaper and so becomes a reporter.
No-one can get to sleep because of a deep rumbling noise coming from outside!
Big Bear's nephew Little Bear has come to visit, and soon he is wreaking havoc.
Special items start to disappear, with a paper package left in their place.
Rosie plays a game with Raggles, but she gets distracted and forgets all about him.
When Holly loses her natural dancing ability, Rosie tries to help her.
Raggles challenges Will to a race, so Rosie decides to help Raggles with his training.
Raggles is upset because his penny whistle is missing.
Rosie and the others show Bluebird the wonders their little world has to offer.
Something is getting up Oakley's nose and he can't stop sneezing.
Saffie wants to invite the Little Acorns over for a sleepover, but must ask Oakley first.
Big Bear decides to build Little Bear his first scooter as a surprise.
Will decides to become a superhero, but no one seems to need his help.
Bluebird upsets everyone with accusations when she thinks her nest has been stolen.
Rosie and her friends perform their special circus acts for Holly.
Little Bear takes home a fluffy bug with a hurt wing, who he calls Tickle.
Big Bear wakes from a long sleep to find he's missed all fun his friends have had.
Big Bear panics after he ruins a picture book he borrowed from Raggles.
Rosie sets up a real shop outside the playhouse, where people can swap chores.
Rosie thinks Will is responsible for some strange goings-on.