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CBeebies Bedtime Story.
What are you doing, Big Teddy?
Oh, hello, I'm Sophie.
Big Teddy was telling me
he wants to be the cleverest teddy in the whole world.
To help him, he's decided to read all of these books.
You better get reading, Teddy.
There's a very clever baby in tonight's bedtime story.
It's called Baby Brains and it's written by Simon James.
In the months before Baby Brains was born, Mrs Brains was very busy.
She read out loud every night to the baby inside her tummy.
She played music and languages on headphones
to her baby during the day.
Mr and Mrs Brains wanted to make sure
their baby was going to be very clever.
They even turned up the television when the news came on.
Mr and Mrs Brains were very excited when their baby was born.
It was a boy.
"Our very own Baby Brains!" said Mr Brains proudly.
When they brought him home,
Mrs Brains laid him down in the brand-new cot.
"Sleep tight, Baby Brains," she whispered.
The next morning, Mrs Brains was going to get breakfast
when she heard strange noises in the living room.
Mrs Brains opened the door to see her baby sitting on the sofa,
reading the morning paper.
By the afternoon, Baby Brains was helping to mend the car.
"We've certainly got a bright one here," said Mr Brains.
That evening, Baby Brains spoke his first words.
"I'd like to go to school tomorrow," he said.
The next day, Baby Brains visited the local school.
He sat down with the children and answered all the questions.
The children were amazed.
At the end of the afternoon, the teacher thanked Baby Brains.
"I don't think I've ever learned so much in one day," she said.
On the way home, Baby Brains said
he wanted to go to university and study medicine.
After just two weeks,
Baby Brains began working as a doctor at the local hospital.
He was very popular with all the staff and patients.
Word soon spread about the extraordinary Baby Brains.
Everyone wanted to meet him.
One night, some space scientists phoned.
They asked if Baby Brains would help with their next space mission.
The next day, Mr and Mrs Brains and their baby
travelled to the space centre.
After training hard over the weekend,
Baby Brains waved goodbye to Mr and Mrs Brains
and blasted off into outer space.
Everyone in the world held their breath
as they watched Baby Brains take his first spacewalk.
"Tell us how you feel," radioed ground control.
Baby Brains looked up at the vast starlit sky above him.
He looked down at the vast starlit sky below him.
He looked at the whole world in front of him and mumbled something.
"We can't quite hear you," radioed ground control,
"Could you repeat that?"
"I want my mummy!" wailed Baby Brains.
"That's enough," Mrs Brains yelled to the space controller,
"bring my baby home right now!"
Baby Brains was flown home as quickly as possible.
He felt embarrassed as he stepped down from the hatch.
Through the photographers and cameramen,
Mrs Brains came running.
"Our beautiful little baby," sighed Mrs Brains,
as she lifted him into the air.
"Our brave little baby," said Mr Brains.
"Can we go home?" said Baby Brains.
At home, Mrs Brains gave Baby Brains a warm bath,
which made him feel a lot better.
Mr Brains tickled him, which made him laugh.
And then Mrs Brains sang Baby Brains to sleep.
Then they gently laid him down in the brand-new cot.
It was good to have their baby home again.
"Our very own Baby Brains," whispered Mrs Brains.
From that day on, Baby Brains spent most of his time at home
doing things that most babies do.
Except, that is, at weekends,
when he still liked to help out at the local hospital.
That story was called Baby Brains. I hope you enjoyed it.
It's time to get ready for bed now,
and I'll see you soon for another bedtime story. Night-night.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd