Everything's Rosie - The Greatest Show in the Garden and Other Stories
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Containing six episodes:
Things That Go Glug in the Night: It’s night time and no one can get to sleep… There’s a deep rumbling noise coming from outside. Whatever it is, it’s keeping everyone awake and making them all a little scared! So much so that Big Bear and Bluebird descend on Rosie’s house. Now she must find out what it is…so Rosieand Raggles set out in search of the Midnight Rumbler!
Raggles and the Reporter: Raggles wants to start his own newsletter and so becomes a reporter... But he is stuck for exciting stories… hungry for some big scoops, Raggles decides to make some up – which proves to be very upsetting for everyone. Raggles soon discovers that it’s the little stories that count! When he finally reports on the real goings on of everyone’s day, it turns out he had all the exciting news he wanted all along!
The Mystery of the Four Feathers: After a dynamic race between ROSIE on her Twooter and WILL on his Go-Speeder, Rosie realises that her beloved hair button is missing. When she and Raggles retrace her steps, all they find is a paper package. The mystery deepens when other special items start to disappear… Big Bear oversleeps when his favourite alarm clock goes missing and Holly is very upset when her teddy disappears… in their place are left paper packages! It’s down to Rosie and Raggles to get to the bottom of the mystery...
The Call of the Wild: Something has happened to Bluebird, she doesn’t seem herself. All she does is sit in Oakley's branches and looks to the sky, watching all the other birds emigrate. Sensing Bluebird may leave them, Rosie and the others set out to show her what wonders their little world has to offer. This ends in disaster but Bluebird realises what effort her friends put in to make her want to stay….and that’s special enough.
The Last Snowball: The sun is shining and the day’s snow is melting when Big Bear awakes from a long sleep and he’s ready to play… But when he hears about all the fun everyone has had in the snow he feels he’s missed out. Rosie remembers that there are some last remnants of the snowman they made on Oakley’s Hill... Maybe there’s enough for one last snowball for Big Bear, but they’ll have to be quick – it’s melting fast.
How to Catch an Echo: Oakley is playing with his echo… Every time Oakley blows a raspberry the echo cheekily blows one back. Rosie and Raggles soon realise that other strange things seem to be happening – the Twooter mysteriously moves, Big Bear wakes up with chalk glasses drawn on his face and Bluebird’s Bozberries seem to have a life of their own. Rosie suspects Will is up to no good – but is Will responsible for all the pranks or does the echo really want to come out and play?