Driver Dan takes us on an exciting journey to Story Corner. Where is the best place to go for yummy treats?
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ALL: Hello, Driver Dan!
# Which of our friends are we going to see?
# Which of our friends do you think it will be?
# Climb aboard and travel with me
# All aboard the story train. #
All aboard the story train!
I think Twinkle has seen someone up ahead.
Can you guess who?
Is it Milly and Lilly?
It sounds a bit like Hip and Hop.
Ah, that looks like Hip and Hop.
I think you're right. It IS Hip and Hop.
Let's go and see.
I love carrots, crunchy, munchy carrots,
I love carrots! Crunch, crunch, crunch!
Hey, Hip. It's Driver Dan and Twinkle. Hello!
Hello, Hop. Nice to see you.
< Hold on! That was the last one!
The last one.
-The last what, Hip?
-The last carrot, Driver Dan.
I just love carrots, and they're all gone.
I'm so hungry for another one.
Well, we're on the way to Story Corner,
so perhaps we can call on Sweetie.
She usually has tasty things to eat. Probably carrots, too!
Good idea, Dan. Sweetie's bound to have something for you to nibble.
An orange, crunchy snack, perhaps! Let's go!
Yeah? Let's go, then!
Let's get those carrots!
We'd better do what Hip says. He's a hungry bunny!
Hip is in a hurry. He thinks Sweetie might have carrots for him.
-Are you ready too?
-We're ready to go, Dan.
Well, here we go!
Sweetie has a friend visiting. Do you know who it is?
There's someone else, look!
Blue, with flowers and wheels.
Looks like you're right again. Well done!
Let's say hello.
Oh, Tallulah, I love strawberries.
-Would you like one?
-Lovely, thank you. Mmm!
I think strawberries might be my favourite.
What's your favourite food?
My favourite food? You'll have to guess!
No, not strawberries. Try again!
Oh...oh, wait. I know! It's blackberries. Or redcurrants.
No! Keep guessing.
Hello, Sweetie! What's in the basket?
Strawberries. I picked them for everyone.
-Would you like one?
-Mmm! Yes, please. Delicious!
I was thinking what Tallulah likes best. We're playing a guessing game.
I'll give you a clue. It's something red.
No, not carrots!
Help yourself, Hip. I knew you'd like them.
-Are you sure it's not strawberries?
-Can you give us another clue?
Some of them might be green. And they're always round.
-It's red or green, and it's round!
-Whatever could it be?
Oh, mmm, carrots!
No, still not carrots!
-Oh, I still don't know.
-Is it a tomato?
Not a tomato. Keep guessing!
Hmm. It's red and round. Do you know what it could be?
-Yes, I think I know.
-So do I!
Shh, don't tell yet! Let's see if Sweetie and Hop can guess too.
Give us another clue.
It's red, it's round, and it grows high up.
Then it's definitely not a carrot. Phew!
Now, then. Red, round, grows high up...
-I know what it is.
ALL: It's an apple!
That's it! Apples are my favourite food.
-And carrots are our favourite.
-Did you guess it was an apple? Well done!
-Yes, I did.
-Apples grow on trees.
-And they're red.
Sometimes they're green.
I think it's time to visit Story Corner.
-Are you coming too?
-Hooray! We're off to Story Corner.
Everybody ready? Then let's go. All aboard the Story Train!
ALL: All aboard the Story Train!
We're going to have a story.
I hope it's about food!
Mmm, yummy food.
What do you think the story should be about?
It should be about strawberries.
-Crunchy carrots, too.
-Is there a story about favourite things to eat?
-Hmm, let me see.
I think I know just the book.
Are you all snuggled up and ready to listen?
Yeah, we're ready! Tell us a story.
-And are you sitting down comfy and ready to listen?
This is called Bob And The Big Red Apple.
Art Taylor wrote it, and Tom Plant drew the pictures.
It was definitely not getting-up time
when Mouse was woken by the strangest sound.
Boing, boing, ker-whump!
"Goodness me," thought Mouse.
He threw his blankets off and poked his head out of his front door.
"Morning, Mouse. How's it going?"
Mouse looked out into the bright morning sun,
and realised the strange shape there
was the familiar shape of a large and strange anteater called Bob.
That's a funny name for an anteater.
"Bob!" yawned Mouse. "You're up early. Did it wake you up too?"
"What?" said Bob.
"The noise!" said Mouse. "Oh, that noise," said Bob, and he grinned.
Mouse looked up at him. When Bob said, "Ah," and grinned like that,
it usually meant that Bob was up to something.
"It might be something to do with these," said Bob,
and pointed to the large springs tied to his feet.
"And that," said Bob, pointing to the top of tree,
where one great big red apple was hanging from the branch.
Bob was an anteater who loved apples.
He'd eaten all the apples on the tree except this one.
Slowly, Bob started to bounce up and down on his springs.
Boing, boing, ker-whump!
"Ah!" said Mouse.
Bob lay on the ground rubbing his nose.
Mouse looked at him and said, "I can help."
"You?!" said Bob, jumping up. "How can you reach that apple?
"I'm bigger than you, and with this bouncer, I'm sure I can."
Boing, boing, ker-whump!
"I'm sure I can help," said Mouse.
"How can you reach that apple? I'm much bigger than you,
"and with this jumpy thing, I'm sure I can."
"I really can help if you let me try," said Mouse.
"Thanks," said Bob, "but that apple is up there and you're very small."
He likes apples as much as I do.
Mouse stepped back as Bob bounced.
He bounced left, and right, and up and up.
Then he bounced into the tree with a big crash!
Bob lay in a heap and rubbed his nose.
He looked up at the apple in the tree.
"I know I can help," said Mouse.
"But..." said Bob, but Mouse shh-ed him,
and scampered up the trunk, along the branch and leaned out above Bob.
"Careful!" said Bob. Mouse bit through the apple stem,
and to Bob's delight, the big juicy apple fell down, down,
right onto Bob's nose.
"Brilliant," said Bob.
Mouse scampered back down the tree to Bob.
"You know, Mouse, I'm sure I probably..." Bob paused.
Mouse looked at Bob. "..couldn't have done it without you.
"Would you like some?" "Don't mind if I do."
They cheerfully shared a slightly late but very tasty apple breakfast.
That's the end. What did you think?
Thank you, Dan. That was a lovely story.
With a lovely apple. Lucky Bob!
Bob certainly was a funny anteater. What did YOU think?
Come and show me the story.
-Oh, it's very early.
-I'm waking up, just like Mouse.
I'm bouncing high up to get an apple. Boing, boing, boing...
I'm a tiny mouse.
I can wash my whiskers.
-We're running around like a little mouse.
-Let's bounce like Bob again.
-Boing, boing, boing...
-More bouncing! Yay!
-Boing, boing, bump.
I got my apple. I love apples.
There were lots of things we loved in that book.
Lots of boinging and bouncing, and even a great big tasty apple too!
Driver Dan, I think that actually I like apples as well as strawberries.
In fact, I like lots of food!
Glad you enjoyed the story, everyone. Now it's time to go.
-ALL: All aboard the story train!
Ahhh. What a lovely time we had.
Goodbye! Goodbye! See you again soon, because we all love stories!
Bye, Driver Dan! Bye!
My favourite stories are about animals.
I like funny stories.
I like bedtime stories.
Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd
Join our lovable cast of animated friends, as Driver Dan takes us on an exciting journey to Story Corner.
With supplies of their favourite foods already eaten, the visitors to Story Corner would love a quick snack before they set off. Where is the best place to go for yummy treats and what is everyone's favourite food? They have a great guessing game followed by a delicious snack before it is all aboard for Story Corner.