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Right, just be able to fit one more sock on there,
and then these clothes can get nice and dry.
Oh, hello. I'm David. I'm hanging out the washing today.
It's been such a lovely day and all these clothes can get nice and dry
while I tell you a story.
In tonight's bedtime story, Zippity Zebra has hung his clothes out to dry
but it's just a little bit too windy.
The story is by Claire Henley
and it's called Zippity Zebra And The Windy Day.
It was Zippity Zebra's washing day.
"Oh! One nice clean shirt," he counted.
"One spotless scarf, one..." WHOOSH!
Suddenly, a huge gust of wind
blew all of Zippity's clothes up into the air towards the street.
"Oh, no!" yelled Zippity.
"Dear me," said Miss Cheetah. "We'd better go after them."
Zippity and Miss Cheetah were racing down the street
when they spotted Dr Giraffe in his car.
"I've lost all my clothes!" wailed Zippity.
Then Dr Giraffe pointed at the road. "Look!" he said.
"It's my shirt!" Zippity squealed happily.
Further down the road, Mr Elephant was reading his newspaper.
"Hey!" called Zippity. "Have you seen any of my clothes?"
Mr Elephant peeled a sock off his paper.
"Hmm! I thought the news looked rather strange today," he chuckled.
"Better come and help you."
As they passed Professor Croc's house, they heard the sound of music.
"I've lost my clothes!" called Zippity.
"Have you seen any blowing past?"
"I wondered why the notes sounded odd," replied Professor Croc.
"This must be your tie."
The five friends arrived at the town hall.
What's Mayor Monkey laughing at?
"Hee-hee-hee! That's not a flag," giggled Zippity.
Mayor Monkey joined the search party.
It wasn't long before they spotted a scarf in Lenny Lion's front garden,
a jacket outside Papa Penguin's fish shop,
and a hat at Madame Hippo's cafe.
"Thank you, everyone," grinned Zippity.
"I'm very lucky to have such good friends."
Then everyone sat down for a well-deserved treat.
Suddenly, a huge gust of wind blew all their hats high into the air.
"Oh, no!" they all yelled. "Here we go again!"
And that story was called Zippity Zebra And The Windy Day.
Oh, I hope it doesn't get too windy today.
I don't want all these clothes to blow away.
Maybe I should check if they're dry. Take them inside.
And while I do, it's time for you to go to bed.
See you soon, though, for another story. Night-night.
Right then, let's get all these clothes inside.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd.