Pop-up book adventures with the curious Abadas. The Abadas are playing Hari's super throwing game, but things are tougher than they seem.
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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! #
Come and play with us.
I wonder where they are playing today.
They are in the garden.
-Roll up. Roll up. Come and try your luck.
-What are you playing?
-We are playing fairground.
-And this is my super throwing game.
-May I have a go?
-Of course. You can have three goes.
And if you knock down all the apples, you win a prize.
Here it goes!
-This game is fur-tastic.
-Second go now.
One more go and you will win the grand prize.
-Hmmm. Never mind.
I think you deserve a prize for trying, Ela.
Wow! What a great prize! Thanks, Hari.
It's fun playing fairground but I have another game for you 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 have got a brand-new Abada word.
You have to guess what it looks like. The word is coconut.
-What a funny word!
-I wonder what it does.
-Would you like a clue?
ALL: Yes, please, Ben.
A coconut grows in hot, sunny places.
Goody. I love snoozing in the sun.
-Would you like another clue?
A coconut has a rough shell, but you can eat it.
There must be something really yummy inside.
You will have to wait and see.
So where do you think you will find a coconut?
-In the house.
-There are lots of things to eat in the house.
You can find a coconut in the house but that is not where it grows.
Maybe it is high up in the sky.
I have not seen anything growing in the sky.
Maybe it's at the seaside. It's often hot and sunny there.
Good guess, Hari. The seaside is a great place to find a coconut.
ALL: Yeah. Go, go, Abadas.
The Abadas think they will find a coconut at the seaside.
Which Abada will be the best one to find a coconut?
# 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! #
-Hari should go.
Yes. You love being at the seaside.
Good choice, Abadas Hari knows the seaside very well.
He is the best Abada to find the coconut.
With a dash and a bump, look at me jump.
Here I am. Let's play.
I am at the seaside!
Phew! It's very hot and sunny here.
What is that over there?
-This thing looks very rough and prickly.
-Those are thorns, Hari.
It's a coconut. I have found it already.
-I bet it is good to eat, too.
-Careful, Hari. It isn't a coconut.
-It is a cactus.
-A cactus? What is that?
It's a plant that can grow in really dry places.
-And at the seaside.
There is something else that has got a rough shell.
A rough, hairy tree that grows in a sunny place.
I know that trees are made out of wood,
but I am not sure if you can eat them or not.
-You might be able to eat one if you are a butterfly.
Some butterflies drink the tree's sap.
What is the sap of the tree?
Sap carries the tree food from the roots up to the leaves.
So you can eat it? A coconut. I have found it.
Not quite, but you are getting closer.
-What are those?
-Why don't you shake the tree,
but be careful or something could fall on your head.
That one has broken open.
A rough shell on the outside, soft on the inside. It smells lovely.
-Can I eat it?
-Try a bit.
And you can drink it, too. It is a coconut!
Well done, Hari. The juice is called coconut milk.
I am sure Ela and Seren would like some of this.
# I found the word It was there all along
# The word is coconut and now that word is in my song
# Ba ba shooby-do-wah. #
Whee! Hello, Ben.
You'll never catch me. I am back in the book!
Well, Hari, did you find it? Did you?
Hear the tale of Hari and his seaside adventure.
-First, I found a fearsome cactus which had long, pointy...
That's it, thorns!
They were very ouchy.
-What did you find next?
-A prickly, shaggy tree.
-Did you climb it?
-I can't climb trees.
The tree wasn't the coconut, but it had a coconut on it.
Here they are.
Careful. Coconuts are heavy.
Is it OK to eat?
You can drink it, too.
That's the coconut milk. Coconuts are yummy.
-And they're good for you.
-Wait a minute. These coconuts look perfect.
Watch out, everyone.
Well done, Ela. You really are amazing, Abadas.
It is time for me to go now. We had fun today, didn't we?
ALL: Yes, we did!
# Time to say goodbye it was great to play
# Shooby-dooby-dooby bop-bop Shooby-dooby-dooby bop-bop
# Come back and see us once again some day
# Abadas, Abadas, some day. #
-See you soon.
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 are playing Hari's super throwing game, but things are tougher than they seem.