Benthyg! Benthyg! Cwpwrdd Cadi


Benthyg! Benthyg!

Mae Cadi a'i ffrindiau'n helpu tylluan yn y goedwig. Cadi and friends help out a slightly befuddled Owl to ensure that story time in the Forest is never cancelled again.


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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# We can be mermaids

-or deep sea divers

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-# Ballet dancers

-or racing car drivers

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-We can be pilots in an aeroplane

-or an engineer on a steam train.

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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# Let's look inside and we'll see

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-# In Cwpwrdd Cadi

-there's a mystery #

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-Borrow! Borrow!

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-# La-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la

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-Ahoy, pirates on the seven seas.

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-Raise the anchor.

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-Aye, aye, Captain Cadi.

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-Pull.

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-Ahoy, who goes there?

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-It's me.

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-It's me.

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-Welcome to the ship, Pirate Tara.

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-It's me.

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-We're searching

-for gold and treasure.

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-I love treasure.

-This could be treasure.

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-And this. And this.

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-And this.

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-And this.

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-It's time to dress up.

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-# Dress up is a game we play

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-# Each and every single day

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-# We can be 'most anything

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-# Fairy, doctor, dancer, king #

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-Are we going to be real pirates?

-With real treasure?

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-No. Not pirates.

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-Forest fairies.

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-Hooray.

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-# It's another dress-up day

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-# It's our favourite game to play #

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-Look at our wings.

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-They're beautiful.

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-Are you ready to fly?

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-Huh? Wait for me?

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-Whee.

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-I love flying.

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-Can't catch me.

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-Can't catch me.

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-Wait.

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-Mr Owl's visiting the library.

-He has three new books.

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-I love stories.

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-It's going to be a great day.

-We can feel it in our whiskers.

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-I hope Mr Owl

-finds his glasses today.

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-Come on.

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-Follow us.

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-Off we go.

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-Lollipops. Look at all these books.

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-It's incredible.

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-Hooray.

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-He's coming.

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-Hello, my friends.

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-Not one, not two...

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-..but three new books.

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-Now then, where are my glasses?

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-I can't read without my glasses.

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-Excuse me, Mr Owl, can I help you?

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-Who said that?

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-I'm Cadi.

-I've come to listen to the story.

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-Nice to meet you, Cadi.

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-I won't be reading a story.

-I've lost my glasses.

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-When did you last wear them?

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-I was reading in bed last night.

-I love reading.

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-When you wanted to sleep,

-what did you do?

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-I pushed my glasses

-to the top of my head.

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-Whoo-hoo. Whoo-hoo. Here they are.

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-Great detective work, Cadi.

-Thank you.

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-You're welcome.

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-It's nice to see you all here.

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-What? There are only two books here.

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-I'm sure I brought three.

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-You're right.

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-One's missing, but two is enough.

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-You're right.

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-Eh?

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-There's only one book here.

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-You're a good detective.

-What's happening?

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-It's a mystery.

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-There were three books.

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-Then two and now one.

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-Then none.

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-All my books have disappeared.

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-Cadi, we must find out

-who-oo took them.

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-I'll try my best.

-Did you see anything strange?

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-Any clues?

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-I did see a black and white flash

-disappearing through the door.

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-Is that a clue?

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-It's a start. Come on, detectives.

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-Mr Owl saw a black and white flash.

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-Whoever took his books

-was probably black and white.

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-Like that.

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-I'll catch him.

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-Argh!

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-I think that was a skunk.

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-It was a skunk.

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-I'm sorry. He frightened me.

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-Excuse me, Miss Skunk,

-a black and white creature...

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-..has stolen Mr Owl's books.

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-Was it you?

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-Oh, no, I'd never do that.

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-OK, thanks.

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-Oops, I'm sorry.

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-Let's look for another

-black and white animal.

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-Like a zebra or panda bear.

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-Like a zebra or panda bear.

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-Or a penguin.

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-There are no penguins

-in the forest.

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-Except in my little world.

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-A penguin

-could have taken the books...

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-..but I heard the sound of wings.

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-Penguins can't fly.

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-Ducks can. Was it a duck?

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-A duck? Never.

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-Let's go and have a look.

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-Hello.

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-Hello.

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-Quack, quack. Quack, quack.

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-Quack, quack, quack.

-Quack, quack.

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-He says he didn't do it.

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-No duck would take a book

-without permission.

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-I'm sorry,

-but we have to ask everyone.

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-Quack, quack, quack.

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-Right, which black and white

-creature flies...

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-..and takes books

-without permission?

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-Birds can sing.

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-Some birds are black and white.

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-Some birds are black and white.

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-Which black and white bird...

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-..takes books without permission?

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-Magpies!

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-There she is.

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-Great work, Cadi!

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-Sit down, children.

-We'll have a story first.

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-Excuse me, Mrs Magpie.

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-Hello there.

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-Is that your book?

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-I've borrowed it from the library.

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-I used to listen to Mr Owl

-every day...

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-..but recently, he's been

-unable to find his glasses.

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-Today, he had his glasses,

-but he couldn't find his books.

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-Someone took them.

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-Are you supposed to ask first?

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-Oh, dear me. I didn't know.

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-I took Mr Owl's books.

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-I'm so sorry. Please forgive me.

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-I'll give him some of my treasures.

-He might forgive me then.

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-I know the perfect treasure

-you can give him.

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-My three lovely books!

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-Thank you so much for finding them.

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-I'm sorry, Mr Owl.

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-Forgive me.

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-Apology accepted, Mrs Magpie.

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-And remember, you can always

-borrow a book from my library.

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-Just ask first.

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-I hope you and your family

-will stay to hear me read.

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-If I can find my glasses.

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-Mrs Magpie has a present for you,

-Mr Owl. She made it herself.

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-Present? Whoo-hoo, I love presents.

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-It's a chain to hold your glasses.

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-Just hang it around your neck

-and you'll never lose them again.

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-Excellent.

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-The best gift ever.

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-Lovely.

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-# All is well, a lesson is learned

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-# She won't take without asking

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-# Mr Owl was given a gift

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-# He'll always find his glasses #

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-And now it's time for a story.

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-Once upon a time...

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-The ship has brought us home,

-Pirate Tara.

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-We have some real treasures,

-Captain Cadi.

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-I didn't ask you if I could borrow

-these for my treasure. Is it OK?

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-Of course. Thanks for asking.

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-Ahoy, friends.

-Where have you been sailing today?

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-We were fairies in a forest

-where an owl reads books...

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-..and a magpie borrowed books

-without asking.

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-She made him a chain for his glasses

-with a string and some beads.

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-That sounds like fun.

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-I have a box

-full of buttons and sequins.

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-Can we make some chains?

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-Of course. Follow me.

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-Everyone can borrow everything

-I have, Ifan Caradog...

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-..but no-one can borrow you.

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Mae Cadi a'i ffrindiau'n helpu tylluan yn y goedwig. Cadi and friends help out a slightly befuddled Owl to ensure that story time in the Forest is never cancelled again.


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