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Hey, Abadas!

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ALL: Hello, Ben! Come and play with us. And...

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# We'll have a...

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# Abadaba shoobedowah

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# Abadaba play today!

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# Abadaba shoobedowah

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# Abadaba play today!

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# Play today! #

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Ha-ha!

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Come and play with us.

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I wonder where they're playing today.

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They're in the countryside.

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I'm the big dragon

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and I'm guarding my treasure!

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Raarr!

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Raarr!

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Come on, Hari.

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Let's go and get the treasure!

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You will never take my treasure from me!

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Oh, yes, we will.

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Won't we, Hari? Hari?

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Oh, dear. Er... Um...

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What's the matter, Hari?

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I don't want to cross the muddy patch. I'll get all muddy.

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But Hari, you love getting muddy.

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Not today.

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I'm wearing my new dressing-up clothes.

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Oh, Hari.

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You'll just have to be very careful.

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Mm. You're right. Oh, dear!

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Ohh, ah...

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Hooray!

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Now we have to tickle the dragon.

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Raarr! You can't tickle me.

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Hee-hee! Stop! Stop!

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I give up, you can have the treasure.

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Hooray!

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Mmm, crunchy carrots, my favourite!

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Even dragons like carrots.

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Now that you've got your treasure, who wants to play a game?

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ALL: We do!

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It's your favourite.

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ALL: It's the word game! Come and play with us.

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# You opened up the book

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# And found us three!

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# It's time to play the word game

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# You and me!

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# Listen to the word Then spot and see

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# Match the words and objects

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# Help us three!

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# Let's play. #

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Ready?

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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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The word is bridge.

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Bridge?

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Bridge, bridge, bridge!

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Brrridge.

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We like that word, Ben.

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But what's a bridge for?

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Here's a clue.

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A bridge helps you cross streams, rivers and roads

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and even the sea.

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Wow, it sounds cool.

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Hari needed a bridge just now,

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to get across the muddy patch.

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I didn't want to get my new clothes muddy.

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THEY GIGGLE

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May we have another clue, Ben?

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A bridge is sometimes built out of stone.

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Ooh, it must be very strong, then.

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Just like me. Hop on, you two.

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I'm Hari, I'm the strongest hippo in the land.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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So where do you think you'll find it?

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In the house.

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But Hari, there aren't any streams or rivers in the house.

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Mm, you're right.

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Under the sea, under the sea!

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But Ben said a bridge goes over things, not under things.

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I know - in the countryside.

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There are lots of streams and rivers in the countryside.

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Well done, Ela.

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That's exactly where you'll find a bridge today.

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ALL: Yay! Go, go, Abadas!

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The Abadas think that they will find a bridge in the countryside.

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But which Abada would be the best one

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to find a bridge?

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# My name is Seren I can fly up high

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# And past the trees and towards the sky

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# I hang topsy-turvy 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 Hari

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# I like to swim

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# I dive down deep

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# I see everything

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# That lives on the sea bed or on the shore

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# Swimming 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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# Shoodowaba, shoodeway

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# Shoodowaba, shoodeway

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# Shoodowaba, shoodeway

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# Shoodowaba, shoodeway. #

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Hari should go, he needed a bridge.

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Yes, to get across the muddy patch.

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Good choice, Abadas.

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Hari, who needed to cross the muddy patch,

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would be the best Abada to find a bridge.

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

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-Here I am!

-Wow!

-Woo!

-Ha-ha!

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Ha-ha.

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Nyaaaaaow.

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Aba-doo-bee-dee! Wee!

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I'm in the countryside.

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-A-ha!

-Hari!

-Hello!

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Dum-de-dum-de-dum, the word game is fun.

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Wait a minute - what's that sound?

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-TRICKLING

-It's water.

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And where there's water, there might be a bridge.

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Whoa! Hey! Waaa!

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-Watch out, Hari!

-Ahh! Uh-oh.

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Puh! Ha-ha!

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Hey, what's that?

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A stream! And a bridge.

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I found the bridge already, Ben.

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It helps me to cross the stream.

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It does, Harry. But that's not a proper bridge, it's a tree trunk.

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A tree trunk?

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Oh, yes, silly me.

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The tree has fallen across the stream by accident.

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Stone, stone. Lots of stones.

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I found it, Ben.

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It's made of stone and it crosses the stream.

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Those are stepping stones, Hari.

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A bridge goes OVER the water.

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That's why some of them are slippery.

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Whoa! Oh!

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That water's cold!

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Dum-de-dum-de-dum. Huh?

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Hmm. What's that?

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A funny hole.

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And there's another one.

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-Those are arches, Hari.

-Cool.

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It's made of stone.

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And it crosses the stream!

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It must be the bridge, Ben!

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It is, and the arches help to make it nice and strong.

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Hooray, I found the bridge.

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I'm a happy-potamus now!

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# I found a word, It was there all along

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# The word is bridge... #

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Ha-ha-ha.

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# And now that word is in my song

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# Ba-ba shoobedoowah. #

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Wheee!

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Ha-ha!

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Nyaaaaaow!

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You'll never catch me, I'm back in a book.

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-Hop, hop, hop.

-It's Hari!

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He's back!

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I'm Hari, the hop-along hippo.

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Did you have an adventure?

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A happy-potamus adventure?

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I did!

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First, I tumbled down the hill.

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BOTH: Oh, Hari!

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And I fell against a tree trunk.

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A tree trunk?

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It's perfect for crossing the stream,

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but it wasn't a proper bridge.

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BOTH: Oh!

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But then I found some stepping stones.

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Hop, hop, hop.

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They also helped me to cross the stream,

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but they weren't the bridge either.

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But when I slipped off the stones

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-and hopped along the stream, I found...

-Yes?

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..the bridge! Ta-dah!

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BOTH: Wow!

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Look, it's got two arches

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to make it nice and strong.

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And it's perfect for crossing streams.

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And muddy patches.

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THEY GIGGLE

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You guessed what the word bridge looked like.

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You really are amazing, Abadas.

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ALL: Abadoobeedee!

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# It's time to say goodbye It was great to play

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# Shoobedobedo, bap-bap barrap

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# # Shoobedobedo, bap-bap barrap

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# Come back and see us once again some day

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# Abadas, Abadas

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# Some day. #

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ALL: Ha-ha!

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-Goodbye, Hari!

-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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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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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. Ela the dragon is guarding the Abadas' picnic across the muddy river. Will Hari and Seren be able to get across with the help of the word of the day?


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