An exciting story read by a special guest. Rebecca Keatley reads Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery, by Suzanne Smith and Lindsay Taylor.
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Are you ready to go on a magical adventure
in tonight's Bedtime Story, with me, Rebecca?
It's all about a little girl who loves to draw, just like me.
And it's called Doodle Girl and the Monkey Mystery
and it's by Suzanne Smith and Lindsay Taylor,
with pictures by Marnie Maurri.
This is Doodle Girl.
She lives in a big red sketch book.
But it's not just any sketch book.
It's a magic sketch book.
And Doodle Girl has a magic pencil too.
Whenever she whispers the words,
"Draw, draw, draw,"
amazing adventures begin to unfold.
All it takes is a doodle.
One day, Doodle Girl was taking a stroll with her friends,
when they discovered a pointy shape in the sketch book.
"Doodling daydreams! Whatever could it be?" said Doodle Girl.
Mr Whizzy and Miss Ladybird wanted to play.
Was it a see-saw? See-saw! See-saw!
The Small Squeakies were sure it was cheese.
It just had to be yummy, scrummy cheese!
Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum!
But Doodle Girl had another idea.
"Draw, draw, draw," she whispered.
And with a dash here and a dot there,
and a squiggle of her magic pencil,
the pointy shape soon became something fabulous.
A magnificent aeroplane.
"Ta-da!" said Doodle Girl.
"Pop your goggles on, everyone. It's time for an adventure!
Up, up, up, they soared,
through the clouds and across the shimmering ocean.
Little Birdie spotted something.
"Look, an island! Hold on tight!
"This might get a bit bumpy!" said Doodle Girl.
But it wasn't bumpy at all.
Down, down, down they gently glided,
until they landed on a beach.
"Let's explore," said Doodle Girl.
They followed a sandy path,
which led deeper and deeper into the cool jungle,
until they reached... a smelly swamp.
"Haroooooo! Haroooooo! Haroooooo!"
"Doodling daydreams! Whatever's that?" said Doodle Girl.
"Look up! Look up!" said the Small Squeakies.
It was a little monkey. He was dangling upside down in a tree.
Below him were two crocodiles,
swimming in slow circles and watching him closely.
"He's stuck," said Doodle Girl.
"We've got to help him."
Suddenly, there was a load creak. Creeeaaak!
The branch was breaking!
But Doodle Girl knew just what to do.
Whispering to her magic pencil, "Draw, draw, draw,"
she swirled a dash here and a dot there.
"A giant spoon?" asked Little Birdie.
"Exactly," said Doodle Girl.
"Jump, little monkey. Jump."
Little monkey bravely let go of the branch.
Plomp! He landed safely in the spoon.
But the crocodiles had crawled out of the swamp and they were
coming towards them.
Squelsh! Squash! Squelsh! Squash!
So, with a quick "Draw, draw, draw,"
Doodle Girl whisked out her magic pencil
and drew a giant ice cream.
"Crocodiles, it's dinner time!" called Doodle Girl.
Everyone smiled, as blob after blob of yummy ice cream flew into
the mouths of the hungry crocodiles.
They soon had full tummies.
"What a snip-snappy tasty adventure!" laughed Doodle Girl.
And after an amazing ice cream party,
it was time to go back to the pages of the big red sketch book.
Doodle Girl looked at the pointy shape.
"Now I know what it's for," she said to herself.
And with a final, "Draw, draw, draw,"
she doodled each of her friends a perfect little aeroplane.
"Happy doodling, everyone!"
I hope you enjoyed that story as much as I did.
Imagine living in a big red sketch book, just like Doodle Girl.
Maybe you'll dream of doodling tonight.
Or maybe you'll go on an adventure with Doodle Girl herself.
Sweet dreams. Night-night.
Get your sketchbook and pencil at the ready and join Rebecca Keatley from The CBeebies House, as she helps Doodle Girl and her friends to solve the monkey mystery.