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-Hey, Abadas.

-Hello, Ben.

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Come and play with us.

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And we'll have a...

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# Aba-dab-a, shooby-do-wah

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# Aba-dab-a play today

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# Aba-dab-a shooby-do-wah

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# Aba-dab-a play today

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# Play today. #

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Come and play with us.

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I wonder where they are playing today?

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Ah, they're in the house.

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'Oo-arr, me hearties, ah-ha!'

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-Hello, Ela. Hello, Harri. Hello, Seren.

-Hello, Ben.

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Oo-arr, me hearties!

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-Arr, arr, arr!

-He-he!

-Oh!

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What are you doing today?

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-Hmm.

-We're being pirates.

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And we're looking for hidden treasure.

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But we haven't found any yet. Hmm.

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SNIFFING

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Not here.

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Nor over here.

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He-he! I can't see anything!

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-I think I've found something.

-Boo!

-Oh!

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What about over there?

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-Oh, dum-de-dum-de-dum.

-Woah!

-Oh, Ela.

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Captain Ela, if you please, Harri.

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Captain Ela, I think I've found something.

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Oh, treasure. oh! Well done, Harri,

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you've found the treasure, so it's your turn to be the captain.

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Thanks, Captain, er, Ela.

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It's fun hunting for treasure, but shall we play the word game now?

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TOGETHER: Yes, please! Come and play with us.

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# You opened up your book And found us three

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# It's time to play the word game You and me

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# Listen to the word Then spot and see

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# Match the word or not

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# But help us, please

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# Let's play. #

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Ready? I've got a brand new Abadas word

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and you have to guess what it looks like.

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-Ah-ha!

-The word is... Anchor!

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Anchor, anchor.

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Anchor.

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Anchor.

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We love that's word, but what does it look like?

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Would you like a clue?

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TOGETHER: Oh, yes please, Ben.

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An anchor is used to stop a boat moving around.

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I can stop moving around, too!

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-Ha-ha!

-Stop, Ela, stop!

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You're tickling me.

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Would you like another clue? An anchor is sometimes in the water.

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I love the water, I can swim and splash in it.

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I love the sky, it's best for swooping and looping.

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But the grass is the best place for hiding and rolling.

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Ta-da! La-la-la-la.

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Ela! I'm trying to give you a clue.

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If an anchor keeps a boat still in the water,

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where do you think you'll find one?

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In the mountains?

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Not this time.

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In the garden?

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There aren't many big boats on a garden pond

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but there are lots of boats on the sea.

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TOGETHER: Yeah! Go, go, Abadas!

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The Abadas think that they will find an anchor at the seaside

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but which Abada would be the best one to find the anchor?

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# My name is Seren I can fly up high

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# Past the trees and towards the sky

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# I hang topsy-turvey In the night and day

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# Fly right down when It's time to play. #

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# My name is Harri, I like to swim

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# I dive down deep, I see everything

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# That lives in the seabed Or on the shore

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# Swiming and playing is what I adore. #

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# My name is Ela, with a special nose

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# Where it will lead me, Nobody knows

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# I can smell all the things That you can't always see

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# I love my nose, It's a part of me. #

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TOGETHER: # Shoo-wop-wop, shoo-ay Shoo-wop-wop, shoo-ay

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# Shoo-wop-wop-, shoo-ay Shoo-wop-wop, shoo-ay. #

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-Harri.

-Harri should go.

-Me?

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Yes, you love to swim in the sea.

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Good choice, Abadas. Harri, who can swim in the sea,

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is the best Abada to find the anchor.

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With a dash and a bump, look at me jump.

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-Here I am, let's play!

-Whoa!

-Ha-ha!

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Dum-de-dum-de-dum-de-dum.

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Boing! Boing! Boing! Ha-ha! Oh.

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-Oh!

-He-he!

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Yoo-hoo!

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Oh-arr, me hearties! Ooh! He-he!

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This is a boat, but where's the anchor?

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Whoa!

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This is fun, I think I've found the anchor, Ben.

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That's not the anchor.

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-Ah.

-That's the helm, the helm moves the boat where you want it to go.

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Whee! Hmm, I wonder what that rope's for?

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Harri, I don't think... Hmm!

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Oh, I think I've found something.

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You have, the sail.

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The sail catches the wind that moves the boat.

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Watch out, Harri!

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Ah, wait for me! Ab-a-du-be-de!

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Hm, what's that?

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Hm. Oh, the boat has stopped!

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If the boat has stopped moving around,

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that must be anchor working. Splash!

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You're right, you've found the anchor.

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An anchor is used to stop a boat from moving around.

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LAUGHTER

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# I found the word, It was there all along

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# The word is anchor

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# And now that word is in my song

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# Wha-wha-shooby-do-wha. #

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Splash!

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Yoo-ho!

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GIGGLING

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I'm back in the book. Aba-do-be-de!

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La-la-la.

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Ah! Oh.

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Did you find it, did you?

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I was on the boat, bobbing up and down, up and down,

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when I found a round thing.

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A round thing? Hm.

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Ah-ha, whee!

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Like this?

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Yes, that's the shape but it wasn't the anchor,

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it was the helm that steers the boat.

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Like this, then like that.

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Hmm. Like this. He-he.

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That's right, But what about the anchor?

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Next I found I found

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a flippity-flappity thing, like Seren's wing.

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My wings? Flippity-flappity.

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That wasn't the anchor, either,

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that was the sail that catches the wind and moves the boat.

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But then you found the anchor?

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I did. First, it was on the boat, then it dropped into the water

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and stopped the boat from moving around.

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-Aba-do-be-de!

-Just like that.

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You guessed what the word anchor looked like. Well done, Harri.

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You really are amazing, Abadas.

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It's time for me to go now, we had fun today, didn't we?

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I'ma a ha-ha-happy hippo!

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TOGETHER: # It's time to say goodbye Was great to play

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# Shoo-wop-wop-, shoo-ay Shoo-wop-wop, shoo-ay

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# Come back and see us once again some day

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-# Abadas, Abadas, some day!

-#

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-Goodbye, Harri.

-Goodbye.

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-Goodbye, Seren.

-Goodbye.

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-Goodbye, Ela.

-Bye-Bye.

-See you soon.

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'Ben!'

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# Let's play. #

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In a corner of Ben's bedroom lies a cherished pop-up book which is home to the Abadas: Hari the hippo, Ela the fox and Seren the bat - the most curious and adventurous pop-up animals that any book could possibly have.

The Abadas are pirates, hunting for treasure. One lucky pirate is chosen to go in search of an anchor and explore the sea. Which Abada will guess what it looks like and what it actually does?


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