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Imaginative 9-year-old Stella is a star in the eyes of 4-year-old brother Sam, who feels lucky to have a big sister like her. Not only does Stella include Sam in all the fun things she does, but she knows everything -- or, at least, that's what it seems like to a 4-year-old -- and uses her knowledge to help out little bro during his frequent exploring outings. Sam is quick to explore beyond the walls of his house ... as long as someone else goes first. The adventure-filled animated series is based on a children's book series by Marie-Louise Gay.

Latest episodes

aired 483 days ago
Sam tries to make his old sweater special; Stella has to get Sam out of bed in time for a special breakfast.
aired 497 days ago
Sam has a day of messy mishaps; Stella, Sam and Owen become castaways.
aired 504 days ago
A sea dragon tries to squash Stella and Sam's sand castle; Owen's canine companion challenges Fred's status as top dog.
aired 511 days ago
Stella and Sam help a kite that wants to fly to the ocean; the kids become cowboys and round up some chickens.
aired 518 days ago
Sacha finds Stella's baby clothes; Stella and Sam wear dandelion crowns that make them invisible so they can watch wildlife.
aired 525 days ago
Sam loses one of his striped socks.
aired 532 days ago
Sam and Stella hide in a cave during a storm.
aired 546 days ago
A snowman teaches Sam to skate; a heavy snowfall.
aired 555 days ago
The outdoor adventures of four-year-old Sam and his older sister, Stella.
aired 560 days ago
Stella, Ivy, and Sam grow dragon wings, to fly with the dragonflies; Sam's snow fort becomes a shelter for wild animals.
aired 568 days ago
Sam wants to perform in Stella's music concert, but doesn't have an instrument; Sam wants wet weather so he can try out his new rain boots.
aired 577 days ago
Imaginative 9-year-old Stella is a star in the eyes of 4-year-old brother Sam, who feels lucky to have a big sister like her. Not only does Stella include Sam in all the fun things she does, but she knows everything -- or, at least, that's what it seems like to a 4-year-old -- and uses her knowledge to help out little bro during his frequent exploring outings. Sam is quick to explore beyond the walls of his house ... as long as someone else goes first. The adventure-filled animated series is based on a children's book series by Marie-Louise Gay.
aired 581 days ago
Sam wishes he was bigger; Sam and Owen have fun with boxes.
aired 581 days ago
Sam makes plans for Sister's Day; Stella helps Sam make friends with a fawn.
aired 581 days ago
Fred may be in the circus; a race to find an interesting ending to a storybook.
aired 581 days ago
Stella, Sam and Fred play Follow the Leader to find a lost ball; Stella puts on a magic show.
aired 581 days ago
Stella takes Sam and Owen to an imaginary planet where kiwi fruit grows; Sam befriends a cricket.
aired 581 days ago
Stella strikes a deal with a tree to save Sam's airplane; Sam loses a treasured beach souvenir.
aired 582 days ago
Imaginative 9-year-old Stella is a star in the eyes of 4-year-old brother Sam, who feels lucky to have a big sister like her. Not only does Stella include Sam in all the fun things she does, but she knows everything -- or, at least, that's what it seems like to a 4-year-old -- and uses her knowledge to help out little bro during his frequent exploring outings. Sam is quick to explore beyond the walls of his house ... as long as someone else goes first. The adventure-filled animated series is based on a children's book series by Marie-Louise Gay.
aired 582 days ago
Imaginative 9-year-old Stella is a star in the eyes of 4-year-old brother Sam, who feels lucky to have a big sister like her. Not only does Stella include Sam in all the fun things she does, but she knows everything -- or, at least, that's what it seems like to a 4-year-old -- and uses her knowledge to help out little bro during his frequent exploring outings. Sam is quick to explore beyond the walls of his house ... as long as someone else goes first. The adventure-filled animated series is based on a children's book series by Marie-Louise Gay.
aired 583 days ago
Imaginative 9-year-old Stella is a star in the eyes of 4-year-old brother Sam, who feels lucky to have a big sister like her. Not only does Stella include Sam in all the fun things she does, but she knows everything -- or, at least, that's what it seems like to a 4-year-old -- and uses her knowledge to help out little bro during his frequent exploring outings. Sam is quick to explore beyond the walls of his house ... as long as someone else goes first. The adventure-filled animated series is based on a children's book series by Marie-Louise Gay.

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