Playing Hide-and-seek is Ginnie’s favourite game.
But Ginnie has a problem. She is very bad at hiding and is always found first. So when Ginnie disappears and her friends can’t find her, they are worried.
Where is Ginnie? Is Ginnie being fair to her friends?
Ginnie & Pinney are excited.
They’ve invited Dodo to his first sleepover. But Dodo won’t share or help. Is Dodo being a bad guest or is there a reason for his behaviour?
When Dodo finally tells his friends the truth, they agree to share with Dodo.
But has Dodo really learnt to share with them?
Pinney is excited about putting on a concert with his friends.
Lulu Kangaroo is excluded because she doesn’t have an instrument. But when the concert isn’t going well Pinney realises Lulu might have something to offer after all.
Will Lulu forgive her friends and save the concert?
What will Pinney give up if she does?
When Pinney suggests making kites on a windy day, Ginnie is worried about being blown about.
Whilst Pinney’s enthusiasm encourages Ginnie to join in, it is also the cause of many kite-making problems for Pinney.
Does Ginnie overcome her anxiety?
Will Pinney finally make a kite that flies?
Tao Tiger is looking forward to a quiet night at home.
But when his friends barge in uninvited, Tao is annoyed.
Frustrated with their antics, Tao unfairly yells at Ginnie. The friends are shocked. Why is Tao angry?
How can Tao make amends and will Ginnie forgive Tao?
It is sports day and Pinney is determined to win a chocolate medal.
But when his close friend Ginnie has a fall, Pinney has to make a decision. Will he stop and help Ginnie or continue on to win the last race?
Is winning that important?
What will Pinney do?
Ginnie & Pinney and their friends are discussing spring-cleaning when they notice a bad smell coming from the koalas’ tree house.
The friends have to intervene.
Teaching the koalas to clean their house is a lot of fun, but when the friends leave, have the koalas learnt anything?
Miranda Panda is being very bossy when telling everyone what dress ups to wear to her party.
Ginnie is unhappy when given a firefighter’s costume. She doesn’t feel brave enough to be a firefighter.
Will things change when the fire truck arrives and Ginnie is asked to help?