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Now, that cloud looks like a train.
Hello. I'm Tom. I'm just doing some cloudspotting.
And if you look very carefully you can see lots of
different shapes in the clouds. And that's what today's story is called,
and it's all about the cloudspotter, and it's written and illustrated
by Tom McLaughlin.
Now, his real name was Franklin
but everyone called him the cloudspotter.
The cloudspotter didn't have many friends.
It was just him and his clouds.
He would spend his days all by himself, spotting big clouds.
Sneaky, pretend-they-can't-see-you clouds
and angry clouds.
You see, the cloudspotter didn't just spot clouds,
he spotted adventures in the sky.
..he didn't feel so alone.
He could swim with giant jellyfish.
Drive racing cars,
and be the king of the castle.
But one day everything changed.
The scruffy dog came along,
and she seemed to be looking for something too.
Was she after his clouds?
The cloudspotter wasn't happy.
He wasn't used to sharing his clouds with anyone.
But the scruffy dog didn't seem to care.
Wherever the cloudspotter went that bothersome dog went too.
No matter what time of day or night.
Before long, she was even playing along in his adventures, and that,
the cloudspotter decided, wouldn't do at all.
It was time for the scruffy dog...
The cloudspotter put his plan into action.
And at last he was alone again.
He should have been happy.
He should have been pleased.
something just didn't feel right.
The cloudspotter was lonely.
Could it be, he wondered,
that the scruffy dog had been searching for something else?
Because everyone knows...
..that two cloudspotters are better than one.
Especially when you are best friends.
It's a beautiful story.
Cloudspotting with a best friend is definitely more enjoyable,
especially if your best friend is
And I've spotted that you're not in bed yet. Quick, go on -
get yourself tucked up and I'll see you very soon
for another bedtime story. Till then, night-night.