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I must be seeing things.
Looks like there's a pair of pants on the moon.
Oh, hello. I'm Matthew.
I'm looking at the moon through this telescope
and I've seen the strangest thing -
a pair of pants!
Time now for me to be sensible and tell you tonight's bedtime story.
It's called Zoe And Beans: Pants On The Moon!
It's by Chloe and Mick Inkpen.
One windy Thursday, while Zoe was hanging out her pants to dry,
a huge gust of wind blew across the garden and -
whoosh! - Zoe's dress inflated like a balloon
and she flew up into the air.
"Ping," went the washing line. "Help!" squealed Zoe.
"Ping," went the washing line again.
"Grab hold, Beans, we're going up!" Up went Zoe.
Up went the pegs and the pants and the washing line. Up went Beans.
Up they floated.
Up into the blue sky. Up above the town.
Up, up, up into the clouds.
Suddenly, there was a terrible rushing, rumbling, roaring. Whoosh!
The big, stinky aeroplane blew Zoe's dress right off.
It grabbed the washing line and hurled them into space.
And they landed with a bump on the moon.
Now Zoe had a sore bottom
and her nice clean pants were covered in moon dust.
But it's difficult to stay upset when Beans is licking your face
and making you giggle.
Especially when there's a whole moon to explore.
# Here we go round the moony-moon
# Here we go round the moony-moon. #
They skipped all the way to the dark side of the moon,
where they had an upside-down party with the moony mole.
Then they skipped all the way back again and bumped into an odd thing.
"Look, Beans, somebody's put a flag on the moony-moon.
Zoe and Beans laid down to catch their breath
and looked up to the stars,
while Zoe - clever Zoe -
thought of a way to get back home.
"Goodbye, moony moon.
"Goodbye, moony mole."
They rescued Zoe's dress on the way back down
and avoided the stinky aeroplanes.
They crashed into the garden in a big tangly heap.
"Home again," said Zoe.
Zoe hummed to herself as she washed the moon dust out of her pants.
It was long past bedtime before she finished.
But at last, all her pants were clean.
Well, nearly all of them.
That was a story called Zoe And Beans: Pants On The Moon!
Now, Dog, do you think if we look through the telescope again,
we'll still see something on the moon?
While we do that, I think it's time for you to go to sleep.
Night-night, and I'll see you again soon for another bedtime story.