From Pole To Goal Everything's Rosie


From Pole To Goal

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# All sing along, all sing along

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# We can laugh and play

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# It's fun all day When we all sing our song

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun When your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now

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# Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh. #

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THEY GIGGLE

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Oh, just look at all this snow.

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SHE SHIVERS

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Oh, I've got frost in my feathers

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Oh, I enjoy looking out across the snowy garden.

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-It makes me feel like a polar explorer.

-What's a polar explorer?

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They're brave adventurers who wanted to be the first to reach

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the North or South poles.

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Two very cold, faraway places.

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Wow! I'd love to be the first to find the North Pole. Or the South.

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Me too. I love the snow. I want to be a polar explorer.

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Well, I'm afraid both the north

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-and the south poles were discovered a long time ago.

-Oh, that's a shame.

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But if there's a North Pole and a South Pole,

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then there must be an East Pole, too.

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And we could be the first to find that! Come on, we need to pack.

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Bye, Oakley.

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Well, I'm not sure there is actually...

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Oh. Bye. Good luck.

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Good pass, Raggles. You too, Archie.

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Oh, hi, Will. Hi, Rosie.

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-What are you up to?

-Sorry, we're a bit busy. Come on, Rosie.

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I'll catch up with you later, Raggles. Sorry! No time to stop!

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I wonder what's going on.

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Will and Rosie? They're off on an expedition.

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A big, exciting journey to find the East Pole.

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I'd like to try that. We could find the East Pole.

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We might even find it before Rosie and Will. Come on.

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Yes, I'm not sure the East Pole actually...

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Oh, bye! Good luck.

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Oh, my beak is chattering just thinking about it.

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I'm going to stay wrapped up, nice and warm in my nest.

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Bum-de-bum-de-bum.

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Ah, time for a pleasant days fishing. Ho-ho!

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Och, you've spotted the stream has frozen.

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-But underneath, the water will be...

-Flowing.

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-Want us to help by cutting a hole in the...

-Ice?

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Oh, yes, please.

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-That's clever.

-Remember, we're beavers. This is where we live.

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So we're the only ones allowed on the ice.

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It'd be dangerous if anyone else tried this.

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OK. And thank you.

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Right. Time to fish.

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Off we go. We're going to be the first to find the East Pole.

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And plant our special tent pole in the ground to mark the spot.

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Off we go to be the first to find the East Pole.

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And plant this pole I've decorated in the ground to mark the spot.

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My compass tells me that the East Pole is this-a-way.

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Come on, little fishes.

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Och, he still hasn't caught anything.

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Maybe we can't help them catch a fish but we could help him catch...

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Something else. Are you thinking...

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What I'm thinking?

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A fish!

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THEY GIGGLE

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My turn to hook something on now.

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Oh, I can't wait to get to the East Pole. Which way now?

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Uh, let me see...

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Um, maybe just a little more that-a-way.

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-I can't wait to get to the East Pole.

-I know.

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And we're going to be the first people to reach it. Rosie and Will!

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A fish!

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Hmm.

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Are we nearly there yet?

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-Let me check.

-Are you sure you know how to use that?

-Oh, yes.

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We're very close now. In fact...it is there!

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By that rock.

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Wow! We've found the East Pole.

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Let's go and tell Oakley the good news.

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Look!

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The East Pole! You found it, Rosie.

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But isn't this Holly's ribbon? And aren't those Raggles' footprints?

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-That's right! We found the East Pole.

-First!

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I thought we were the first.

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To be honest, this might not actually be the East Pole.

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This compass might not be working.

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It's starting to slow.

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It'll be a long, cold walk back to Oakley's Hill now.

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We should put our tent up and shelter until it passes.

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Whoa! Oh, no. Now we're all really stuck!

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I think I'll call it a day. Shame I haven't managed to catch...

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A fish!

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Oh, feels like a whopper.

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-Eh?! What's going on?

-Sorry, Big Bear, there weren't any fish around.

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-But...

-We thought we'd give you a fishing experience anyway.

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Ah-ha! I see! Well, thank you. It was certainly fun.

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THEY LAUGH

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-Oh, I'm cold.

-What shall we do?

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We wanted to be polar explorers,

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so what would a real polar explorer do now?

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-I know! They'd build an igloo to shelter in.

-Great idea!

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This is like being a real polar explorer.

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-Keeping warm in the snow like this.

-I know. This beats finding any pole.

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And it's so cosy in here.

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Rosie! Will! Holly!

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That sounds like...

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Big Bear!

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Hey, the snow has stopped.

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Oh, there you are. Nice igloo.

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-I wonder where our tent blew away to.

-I expect it's lost, now.

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There's one of the tent pegs.

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And there's a guy rope.

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This is beautiful.

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I don't think I've ever been here before.

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And look.

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Looks like Rosie found the East Pole after all.

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That would be nice, but I think I've just discovered our own tent pole.

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Never mind.

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Well, if that's the East Pole, then the other one must be the West Pole.

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And together they look like...

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Goal!

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Hey! We could build an igloo inside the Playhouse.

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And put my hammock in it.

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Then I'd be cosy and comfortable.

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Uh, I think the igloo would melt inside the Playhouse

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and drip water on you all night! Brrrr!

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Oh, yes. Oh, well.

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Next time I'm a polar explorer, I'll just have to take my hammock

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with me. Oh, and my flask of hot chocolate. And my box of cookies.

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And my toothbrush, in case we're there all night, and...

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# Everything's Rosie Everything's Rosie

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# Everything's fun When your friends are around

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# Raggles and Bluebird

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# Big Bear and Oakley

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# Everything is Rosie now! #

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It's a snowy day in the garden and the friends set out on an expedition to discover the East Pole, but when a blizzard hits and their tent is blown away they must work together to keep safe, just like real polar explorers.


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