Sweetie's Lullaby Driver Dan's Story Train


Sweetie's Lullaby

Join a loveable cast of animated friends on an exciting journey to Story Corner. Sweetie has to find a clever way of getting everyone to listen to her new lullaby.


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All aboard!

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It's Driver Dan's Story Train!

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-Hello, everyone!

-Hello, Driver Dan!

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# Which of our friends are we going to see?

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# Which of our friends do you think it will be?

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# Climb aboard and travel with me

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# All aboard the Story Train!

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# All aboard the Story Train! #

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TWEET TWEET!

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Twinkle, have you spotted someone? I can't see who it is. Can you?

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Look at those round things.

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They're pom-poms.

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I know who has pom-poms.

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It's Precious!

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And there's Sweetie's carriage.

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Sweetie AND Precious.

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They're coming on the Story Train.

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Well done! That's right.

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It's Precious and Sweetie.

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Ooh! Listen to that lovely tune.

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SWEETIE PLAYS TUNE

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What a lovely tune, Sweetie.

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Thanks, Driver Dan. I've just learned it.

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It's a lullaby.

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Lullabies are supposed to make you feel all floaty and dreamy

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and send you to sleep.

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But Precious is still awake.

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Well, I do feel a tiny bit sleepy.

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Why don't you try it on Driver Dan?

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Hmm, shall I?

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Yes, come on, then!

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Vroom vroom vroom!

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Beep beep! Vroom vroom!

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Ooh, the Vrooms are having a race.

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-I think we'd better wait for them to finish.

-Yes! It's too noisy!

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You won't be able to hear the lullaby.

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Vroom vroom vroom!

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-They've gone now.

-Off you go, then, Sweetie.

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You have to close your eyes.

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Oh. OK.

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SWEETIE PLAYS TUNE

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Vroom vroom vroom!

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Ooooh!

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Those noisy Vrooms!

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It is difficult to get floaty and dreamy

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with all that vroom noise.

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Play it again, Sweetie.

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All right.

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Ready? Eyes closed.

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SWEETIE PLAYS TUNE

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HELICOPTERS WHIRR LOUDLY

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Oh, no, not again!

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-I don't think this is a very good place for lullabies.

-No, it's not!

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Who are we picking up next, Driver Dan?

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-Maybe it will be quieter where they are.

-Good idea! Let's go and see.

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Ooh, yes!

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Whoever it is, I'm sure they'll want to feel floaty and dreamy, too.

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-I'm sure they will.

-Come on, then. All aboard!

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-Everybody ready?

-Ready!

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Are you ready, too?

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Then let's go!

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All aboard the Story Train!

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All aboard the Story Train!

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TWEET TWEET!

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Looks as it Twinkle has seen someone. Can you see who it is?

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HELICOPTERS WHIRR

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I know what that noise is. We've heard it before.

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If they're flying in the sky, it must be the Vrooms.

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Ha ha ha! Yes, you're right.

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We've found those noisy Vrooms again.

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Poor Sweetie. She'll have trouble playing her lullaby here.

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Oh, no, no-one will hear it because the Vrooms are so loud!

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We've got to try and make the Vrooms be quiet!

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What did you say?

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HORN TOOTS

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What can we do, Driver Dan?

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We can't listen to Sweetie's lullaby

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when the Vrooms are making so much noise.

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Let me wave at them to come down and be quiet.

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HORNS TOOT

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They just thought you were waving "hello" at them.

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I think we'll have to wait for them to finish flying.

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-But that could be ages.

-It might not be.

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Look, they're landing.

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WHIRRING

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Phew! Hello, Vrooms. That looked like noisy fun.

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-Have you finished now?

-TOOTS HORN

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A decider? They want one more race to decide who's the winner.

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Be quick. Precious and I want to listen to Sweetie's lullaby.

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They'll take off their whirly twirlers

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-so they can race on the ground.

-They look tired.

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They do. But those Vrooms never like to stop.

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DEEP GROWL-LIKE RUMBLE

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-What's that funny noise?

-I don't know.

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DEEP GROWL-LIKE RUMBLE

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They're snoring!

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-The Vrooms are asleep.

-Sssh.

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Brilliant, Sweetie. You've played them to sleep.

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-Well done, Sweetie.

-Thanks, Driver Dan.

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Actually, I think they were really tired anyway.

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Your lullaby must have helped them, Sweetie.

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They must be tired.

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Let's see if I can hook up their carriage without waking them.

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Sssh, come on, Precious.

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Drive carefully, Driver Dan.

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The Vrooms are really tired so they can stay asleep till we get there.

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-CHUCKLES

-I certainly will.

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All hooked up. Are we ready to go, Twinkle?

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CHIRPS

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Are you ready too? Then let's go.

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'All aboard the Story Train.

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-'We're going to have a story.

-Maybe about falling asleep.

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-'I'd like one about racing.

-Oh, yeah, racing.'

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-Oh, where are the Vrooms?

-They must be still asleep.

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VROOMS SNORE

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ALARM BELL RINGS

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VROOMS REV

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GIGGLING

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-Who's ready for a story, then?

-We are.

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Could it be about lullabies?

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I was thinking maybe... A-ha!

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I know just the book. Is everyone settled down and ready to listen?

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-I'm ready.

-I'm ready.

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And you. Sitting down comfy and ready to listen.

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'Ready, Dan.'

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This story is called Sonny's Big Band.

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It was written by Tiffany Leeson and the pictures are by David Plant.

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Sonny turned on his radio and danced to the music.

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He loved music and decided to start his own band.

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Sonny asked Suki if she would be in his band.

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"Sorry, Sonny, I'm too busy for music," she snapped.

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Sonny asked Bruno if he would be in his band.

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"Sorry, Sonny, I'm too busy for music," he barked.

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Sonny asked Heila if she would be in his band.

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"Sorry, Sonny, I'm too busy for music," she growled.

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Poor, Sonny, I hope he finds someone to play with.

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So, Sonny sat down and thought.

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When he'd finished thinking, he took his bag and his biggest net

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and he set off to catch some sounds.

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VROOMS TOOT THEIR HORNS

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He needed one clonk, two shoop-shoops,

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three thumpety-thumps, four tinga-lingas

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and five bippity-bops.

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And, after hunting here and there, after hunting high and low,

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he caught them all and put them in his bag.

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Sonny took them all back home and then stuck them all together

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with glue and sticky tape and clothes pegs

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to make his very own one man band.

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Clonk, shoop-shoop, thumpety-thump, tinga-linga, bippity-bop.

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Clonk, shoop-shoop, thumpety-thump, tinga-linga, bippity-bop.

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When Suki and Bruno and Heila heard, they all wanted to join in.

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So, Sonny played loud, loud music and they all danced

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and danced until tea time.

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The end.

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-Well, wasn't that a good story?

-It was really good.

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I loved those sounds. Thumpety-thump, tinga-linga.

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-Shoop-shoop.

-LAUGHS

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And I'm glad Sonny's friends joined in with him.

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And now it's your turn. Which bit did you like best?

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Come on. It's time to show me the story.

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-We're listening to music.

-Look at me, I'm dancing.

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-Yeah, me too.

-Let's catch some sounds.

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Just like Sonny.

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There's one, quick, grab it.

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-There's one and another one.

-And another one.

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I'm looking for a tinga-linga. There's one.

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-BOTH:

-Clonk, shoop-shoop, thumpety-thump.

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Tinga-linga, bippity-bop.

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ALL: Clonk, shoop-shoop, thumpety-thump.

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Tinga-linga, bippity-bop.

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Well done, that was really good. You were great dancers.

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-Shoop-shoop, tinga-linga!

-VROOMS REV

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Tinga-linga, shoop-shoop. All aboard the Story Train.

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All aboard, all aboard!

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CHILDREN: All aboard the Story Train.

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Bye, everyone. It's time to go.

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But let's come back soon because we all love stories.

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-Bye, Driver Dan.

-Bye.

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I like bedtime stories.

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I like stories with kittens.

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I like stories about hairy monsters.

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I like noisy stories!

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Join a loveable cast of animated friends as Driver Dan goes on an exciting journey to Story Corner.

Sweetie has been practising a lovely lullaby on her musical pipe. She knows that lullabies are the perfect music to hear when it's time to sleep, and Sweetie wants to find out if her lullaby really does make her friends feel sleepy and cosy. But each time she finds someone to play it to, they are too busy to listen or they want to race around - no one wants to listen to her gentle lullaby. So Sweetie has to find a clever way of getting them to listen, and when she does, guess who is happily snoring the loudest?

Featuring the story Sonny's Big Band.


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