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Hello. I'm Keeley.
I'm wrapping up a birthday present for somebody in tonight's story.
Look. Some stripy tights for my favourite witch, Winnie.
The story's called Happy Birthday, Winnie.
When Winnie the witch turned over the page on her calendar,
she saw a big red circle around Friday 13th.
"That's my birthday," she said.
I'll have a party this year, Wilbur.
"Pur-r-r-r-r", said Wilbur.
He loved parties.
"What kind of party?" Winnie wondered.
"I know! A garden party."
On Monday, Winnie wrote out the invitations,
and sent them by Winnie e-mail.
She invited Auntie Alice, Uncle Owen,
her three sisters, Wanda, Wilma and Wendy,
all of her friends and cousin Cuthbert.
On Tuesday, she made herself a party dress,
and a matching bow for Wilbur.
"Pur-r-r-r," said Wilbur.
"I look lovely," he thought.
On Wednesday, Winnie made lots and lots of food.
Thursday was the day to get the garden ready.
Winnie went outside.
It looked rather scruffy.
Then, Winnie had a very good idea.
She took out her wand, waved it,
And the garden was ready for the party.
"That was easy," Winnie said.
"Now, what else?
"Oh, yes. I need a surprise.
"A good party always has a surprise.
"I'll have to think about that."
Friday 13th was a lovely sunny day, which was lucky.
At two o'clock, Winnie's guests arrived.
"Happy birthday, Winnie!" they shouted.
And they piled up the presents on the lawn.
Wanda, Wilma and Wendy gave Winnie a magic carpet.
She'd always wanted one of those.
Uncle Owen gave her a bat in a cage,
and she'd never wanted one of those.
Auntie Alice gave her a book of special spells.
And there was a magic trumpet from cousin Cuthbert.
"Oh! Let's play some games," Winnie said.
First, they played musical broomsticks.
That was fun,
but there was lots of pushing.
Uncle Owen pushed Auntie Alice into a prickle bush.
Cousin Cuthbert bounced off the broomstick
and landed in the fountain so they let him win.
"Now, we'll have a treasure hunt," said Winnie.
Uncle Owen looked in the maze and got lost.
Wilma looked in the bat's cage and the bat flew away.
Wendy looked in the bouncy castle.
Wanda found the treasure.
But she did have some help.
"The next game is hide-and-seek," Winnie shouted.
But with so much noise, nobody heard her.
So, Winnie picked up her new magic trumpet.
Toot! Toot! Toot! Winnie tootled.
And everyone disappeared.
Winnie was surprised.
Then, she was cross.
Where had they gone?
Winnie looked in the maze. Nobody.
She looked in the bat's cage. Nothing.
She looked in the bouncy castle. Nobody.
"Blithering broomsticks," Winnie said.
"Who'll eat all my lovely food?"
Then, Winnie saw a label on the trumpet.
"IMPORTANT: To make people disappear, toot three times.
"To make them come back, stand on your head and toot three times."
So, Winnie stood on her head.
"Toot! Toot! Toot!" she tootled.
And everybody came back feeling hungry.
They ate up all the food.
"And now, it's time for the surprise!" said Winnie.
She opened her new book of special spells.
"Shut your eyes and think about your favourite cake," she said.
Everybody shut their eyes.
Auntie Alice thought about chocolate cake.
Uncle Owen thought about fruit cake.
Cousin Cuthbert thought about rainbow cake.
Wilbur thought about cheesecake.
He loved cheesecake.
Then, Winnie the witch shut her eyes,
turned around three times, stamped her foot,
waved her wand
and shouted, "Abracadabra!"
And there was the biggest birthday cake in the whole world
with candles at the top.
There was a layer of chocolate cake,
a layer of fruit cake, a layer of rainbow cake,
a layer of cheesecake.
There was strawberry shortcake, ginger sponge cake,
orange cake, Black Forest cake.
"How will you blow out the candles?" asked cousin Cuthbert.
"That's easy," Winnie said.
And she rode on her magic carpet to the top of the cake.
Puff! Puff! Puff!
"Ha ha ha!" laughed Winnie.
"This party is such fun, Wilbur.
"I'm a very lucky witch."
Wilbur didn't say anything.
His mouth was full of cheesecake.
What a lucky black cat.
And that story was called Happy Birthday, Winnie.
And what a lovely birthday she had.
That reminds me, I'd better give Winnie her birthday present now.
Night night. See you soon.
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