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Masterpiece

Preschool drama series. After meeting a supertalented street artist, Bella decides to try her hand at painting and organises an exhibition of the children's work.


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# No matter if you're young or old

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# With good friends you'll never be alone

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# Shining light on our joyful world

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# And nothing gonna beat that place we call home

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# First days, new days, are the very best days

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# New things to discover, new people to meet

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# Fun days, always playing with your friend days

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# Life is more than living down at Apple Tree House. #

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-Mum, look, look.

-Oh. What do you think it is?

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Faces. Lots of faces.

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-And what do you think the painting is trying to tell us?

-Hmm...

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-Not sure. Everyone looks happy.

-Yeah, and what else?

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They look like they're proud of being together.

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Very good.

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Oh! Look, Mum. That looks like Grandma Zainab.

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Yes, it does, doesn't it?

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-There you go.

-Thank you.

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Wheee!

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-Come on, sweetie.

-Thank you.

-Thank you.

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Ugh, Sam. Can you not stay still?

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Sam! I'm trying to do a painting of you.

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-Sitting still is so boring.

-But I'm nearly finished.

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I'm signing it like grown-ups do.

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Hoo-hoo-hoo!

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One day, if you become a famous artist,

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this could be worth a fortune.

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Ta-da! What do you think?

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Eww! The eyes are too close together.

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The nose is too big, I don't have big ears,

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the hair is way too messy, and my skin's not purple.

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Nice try, but I don't think I like it.

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Whoa, whoa, whoa, Sam!

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Bella put a lot of work into this. And I think it looks great.

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Only those who do nothing never make mistakes.

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By trying, the monkey learns to jump from tree to tree.

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What?

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Well, even little monkeys have to learn how to jump.

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Just like mummy or daddy monkey.

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Because if it's too afraid to make a mistake when it jumps,

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then baby monkey will never learn how to get around the jungle.

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And if it never learns, it'll have to take the bus instead.

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HE CHUCKLES

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MONKEY NOISES

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HORN BEEPS

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I've never heard of a monkey that takes the bus.

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Well...maybe you're right. But you did a great job.

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The only thing I can paint is these walls.

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Mmmmmh.

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-Can we play another game?

-Yes.

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Oh, can I suggest another idea?

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I would love you to paint my portrait.

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-What?

-Really?

-Absolutely.

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You won't regret this, Kobi.

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Ta-da!

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Oh, wow, Bella! That's brilliant! Sam, quickly, come and have a look.

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Oh...That's beautiful. Sorry I was mean to you before.

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Can I have a try?

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-Of course.

-You know what?

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Wouldn't it be cool if we drew a picture of everyone in the estate?

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Brilliant!

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First we can paint Dad fixing a car at his garage.

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Grandma Zainab with her headphones.

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Don't forget Mali!

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Dressed as an astronaut.

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-Who's that?

-My beautiful cat.

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Yeah!

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And Mum, doing her yoga.

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I must say, this is very impressive.

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Your amazing colours remind me of a painting I once saw in a gallery.

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What's a gallery?

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It's a place where people go to see paintings displayed.

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Oh!

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What if we put Bella's paintings in a gallery for everyone to see them?

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I would love that!

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Just think, people coming from all over the world

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to see all of our pictures.

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APPLAUSE

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We could become famous and go everywhere.

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The world's greatest artists.

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That's not quite what being an artist is about, Sam.

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It's more about...sharing the beauty of your paintings with as

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many people as possible.

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It's about...making people happy.

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That's right!

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Yes, yes, I would still like everyone to see our paintings.

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Everyone who sees them will be happy, but to do that we need to...

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I know!

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Nope.

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Dad! Can't you make this possible for your lovely daughter

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and her best friend?

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Sweetness, I can't just instantly book the community centre

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for your exhibition. It's fully booked.

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Look, today we've got Darren's birthday party,

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then we've got Mrs Parkinson's cookery club, then it's

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DJ Quick's Breakdancing Extravaganza,

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and then next free space is, er...next month.

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Next month?!

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That's ages away!

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Just a second, kids.

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HONKS NOSE

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Er, I think you're needed this way, sir.

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-What are we going to do next?

-Don't worry. I'll think of something.

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We're just going to go through here.

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I'm sure the kids will enjoy you.

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I've got it! We can do the exhibition out here.

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Yes, there's lots of people passing through.

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They'll be able to see our paintings.

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-And then we'll become famous.

-BOTH: Ya-a-a-y!

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Wow, kids! I've gotta say, you've really knocked this out of the park.

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That's amazing!

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-These are stunning.

-Thank you.

-You kids deserve a break.

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-How about we pop into Flo's for some refreshments?

-ALL: Yes!

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THUNDER

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HEAVY RAIN FALLS

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What? Oh, no! Mum, all my paintings are ruined.

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-The rain has spoilt it all.

-Oh, Bella, I'm so sorry.

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All my paintings are gone and everyone will laugh at me.

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-What's happened?

-The rain.

-Oh my goodness.

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It's all your fault. You said I should do an exhibition.

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I should have never believed you.

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Oh, Bella, I'm sure it wasn't anyone's fault.

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But they're all ruined.

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And everyone will come by and see nothing on the floor but rubbish.

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It's OK to be upset. You spent a lot of time on those paintings.

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This kind of reminds me of something that happened a long time ago.

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When I was a little girl, I used to be a helper for my uncle,

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who was a famous village scientist.

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He built crazy machines that did incredible,

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but not very useful, things.

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Once, he built a machine that he hoped could create colourful clouds.

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He was very happy with his creation.

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I wasn't sure it would ever work, and he never got to find out.

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My uncle became so sad and upset that his machine didn't work,

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he went on a very, very long walk.

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He walked and walked until he arrived in a village that had

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no electricity and no water.

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Suddenly, my uncle had a great idea.

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He took the scrap from his broken invention and built

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a windmill to help pump water.

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That machine never changed the colour of the clouds,

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but it did bring a lot of joy and happiness to the village.

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And that made my uncle very happy indeed.

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Wow. Cool story.

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To invent, sometimes you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.

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I get it.

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We can use our imagination to create something useful out of

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something useless.

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Exactly.

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Grandma Zainab, I think your uncle's story has gave me a good idea.

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PHONE RINGS

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Yeah, hello?

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Oh, Katie.

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Oh, sure. Put her on.

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Hello, sweetie.

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Oh, yeah, that's a fantastic idea.

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Recycling?

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Sure.

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Listen, get everyone to meet me at the shed. Yeah. OK, bye.

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I better get a move on.

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# Oh, we haven't got much time to get our work done

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# Let's work, let's work

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# So let's not hang around, let's make it fun

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# OK, let's work, let's work

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# Take it slow, cos you should know

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# That if a job's worth doing, it's worth doing right

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# If at first you don't succeed, don't give up, just try again

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# All you need is to believe, let's make some art,

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# Let's make life better

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# Come on, come on, let's work, let's work

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# Work, work, work, work, work

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-# Come on, come on,

-Let's work, let's work

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# Let's make things better

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# Work, work, work, work, work

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-# Come on, come on,

-Let's work, let's work

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# Let's work... #

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-That's brilliant.

-Amazing!

-It's fantastic.

-Wow.

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-Look at all those little people.

-The residents.

-Everything's so tiny.

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But it looks gorgeous. It's so cool, Bella. Yay!

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-You did it.

-No, WE did it.

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It's amazing what we can do if everybody helps each other out.

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Thanks, guys.

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I thought Bella's model of Apple Tree House was amazing.

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And all those little residents, too. Bella's so good at drawing.

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And you're a good painter.

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-And so are you.

-No, so are you, too.

-Aww, stop it!

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You know why those paintings are very special?

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Because someone special made them for us.

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-I really like my one.

-Yeah, yours is good and all, but mine's better.

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-No, it's not!

-Yes, it is.

-THEY LAUGH

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-You're a good friend, Mali.

-And you're great friend, Sam.

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After meeting a supertalented street artist, Bella decides to try her hand at painting. She and the other children arrange an exhibition of their work, but the path to artistic success may by blocked by storm clouds overhead.