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ALL: Hello, Ben! Come and play with us and...
# We'll have a...
# Abadaba shoobedowah Abadaba play today!
# Abadaba shoobedowah
# Abadaba play today!
# Play today. #
We want to play.
I wonder where they're playing today.
They're in the house.
What would Madame like to eat?
Hmm. What are today's tasty treats?
Strawberry soup and melon ta-da.
What's a melon ta-da?
Super Seren's on it.
It's too big. Duck!
Mmm, I love melon ta-da.
Ha-ha! What are you doing, Abadas?
We're playing Cafes.
I'm the waitress.
And I'm the chef.
That looks like great fun.
Would you like to play another fun game now? It's your favourite.
ALL: It's the word game! Come and play with us!
# You opened up the book and found us three!
# It's time to play the word game You and me!
# Listen to the word then spot and see
# Match the words and objects Help us three!
# Let's play! #
Ready? I've got a brand-new Abada word,
and you have to guess what it looks like.
The word is cherry.
Cherry. That's a great word.
But what does it look like?
Would you like a clue?
ALL: Oh, yes, please, Ben!
A cherry grows on a tree.
-Like a melon.
Melons grow on the ground, not on trees, Hari.
-Would you like another clue?
A cherry is small, round and colourful.
A bit like my tummy!
A little. So, Abadas, where do you think you'd find a cherry?
In the house?
But Seren, trees don't usually grow inside the house.
I know, I know.
Under the sea.
I haven't seen any trees growing on the seabed.
Maybe a cherry grows in the garden.
There are lots of trees there.
Good thinking, Ela.
You could find a cherry in the garden.
ALL :Yay! Go, go, Abadas!
The Abadas think that they will find a cherry in the garden.
But which Abada would be the best one
to find the cherry?
# My name is Seren I can fly up high
# Up past the trees and towards the sky
# I hang topsy-turvy in the night and day
# Fly right down when it's time to play!
# My name is Hari, I like to swim
# I dive down deep, I see everything
# That lives in the seabed
# Or on the shore
# Swimming and playing is what I adore!
# My name is Ela with a special nose
# Where it will lead me, nobody knows
# I can smell all the things that you can't always see!
# I love my nose, it's a part of me
# Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way!
# Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! Shoodoo-up-up! Shoodoo-way! #
-Seren should go.
You can fly as high as the treetops.
Ha-ha-ha. Good choice, Abadas.
Seren, who can fly, would be the best Abada to find the cherry.
Clippety-clopty, here I come.
Ha-ha-ha. Hi, from up high!
Oh, there are so many things growing here.
Flowers, bushes and trees.
Ah, but can you find the cherry tree?
Yes, of course I can. Oh.
Hmm. I think I've seen one of these before.
It's small and it's round,
but it's not a cherry. It's a nest.
That's right. Best not to disturb it.
-Mummy bird will be back soon to check on her eggs.
Hmm, all these trees look different.
But one thing is the same, and it's growing all around them.
Is that the cherry, Ben?
Look again, Seren. Is it small and colourful?
Er, no, it's brown.
-It's called bark. It's the tree's skin.
Bark protects the tree when the weather is too hot or too cold.
That's clever. Cherry, where are you?
Ooh, that tree looks comfy.
Wow, look at that!
It's so pretty.
Hey, wait a minute.
These are round, colourful and are growing on the tree.
They must be cherries.
Well done, Seren!
Cherries are a fruit, and they are very tasty.
Can I eat them, please?
Yes, you can, Seren. But be careful. There's a stone in the middle.
# I found the word It was there all along
# The word is cherry
# And now that word is in my song
# Bap-bap-shoobedoowah. #
Hey, Ben, can't you find me?
Hee-hee, can't catch me.
I'm back in the book.
Seren! Look, Hari, she's back!
I've had a super Seren adventure.
What did you find?
First, I found a round, brown nest.
Oh, I've seen one of those.
Me too. Were there eggs in it?
Yes, little blue ones. The same colour as you, Hari.
Then I found something growing around the tree. Look!
It was bark.
Like this? Woof-woof!
Ha-ha! Not that kind of bark.
Bark is the tree's skin.
Is the tree ticklish, like Hari?
-Hey, you two, you'll never guess what I saw next.
Something round, colourful and growing on a tree.
TOGETHER: The cherry!
-Lots of lovely cherries.
And you can eat them. But mind the stones.
Catch the cherries, you two!
Wow! These are tasty.
And they give you energy.
Just what I need after my adventure.
I've got lots of energy now! Let's dance!
Ha-ha! Cherries are yummy!
Cherries are scrummy!
Cherries in my tummy!
You guessed what the word cherry looked like. Well done, Seren.
Hee-hee. Thank you.
You really are amazing, Abadas.
It's time for me to go now.
We had fun today, didn't we?
ALL: Oh, yes, we did!
# It's time to say goodbye It was great to play
# Shoobe-doo-be-doo, bap-bap-barrap # Shoobe-doo-be-doo, bap-bap-barrap
# Come back and see us once again some day
# Abadas Some day. #
See you soon.
# Let's play. #
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
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 play restaurants, and Hari and Seren serve up a surprise for Ela to eat. Will the word of the day be just as tasty?