Pirate Get Squiggling


Pirate

Series about Squiglet, a monster who can make drawings real. Squiglet uses a straight line to draw a pirate called Long Beard, who has lost his treasure.


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# My name is Squiglet

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# I love to draw

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-# A dog

-(Woof-woof)

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-# A cat

-(Miaow)

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-# A mouse

-(Squeak)

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# And a whole lot more

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# So grab your squiggle pads

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# And squiggle sticks

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# And draw along with me

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# It's fun when you get squiggling

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# Squiggling! #

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Hello, everyone!

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Squiglet here.

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Now then, shipmates, what can I see?

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Ooh... Ooh...

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Ah-hargh!

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Do you know who am I pretending to be?

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# I sails me ship on the ocean blue

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# And I love me treasure Yo-ho-ho! #

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Ha-ha! I'm a pirate!

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Shall we squiggle our own pirate?

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What sort of a line could we use?

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Let's have a look.

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It's a straight line!

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Have you got your squiggle pads?

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And squiggle sticks ready?

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Now it's time to get squiggling.

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Let's all squiggle a pirate's hat.

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We need a straight line.

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I love straight lines.

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Squiggle one with me.

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Put your squiggle stick on your squiggle pad,

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across, across, across, and stop.

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That's the bottom of our pirate's hat.

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What's yours like?

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Across, across, across, and stop.

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Now we need a WAVY line on top.

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Draw one with me.

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Up and across, up,

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curve over,

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across and down.

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One hat, perfect for a pirate.

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Let's draw his face.

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With two ears, one...two,

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and a nose, eyes...

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He can have an eye patch over one eye...

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and a long bushy beard.

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A square body with a belt...

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pirate boots...

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two arms...

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one...

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two.

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And a smiley mouth.

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What a fantastic pirate!

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Shall we meet him?

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Say the magic words with me.

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One...two...three, four, five,

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let's make our squiggles come alive!

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Ahoy, landlubbers!

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Longbeard's the name.

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Pleased to meet you, Pirate Longbeard!

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How are you today?

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Well, not too good, Squiglet.

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Ohh... I can't find me special treasure.

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Oh, did you put it somewhere safe?

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Yes...but I can't remember where.

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Well, where do you live, Longbeard?

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Ha-ha! On a pirate ship.

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But I seems to have lost that too.

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Why don't we squiggle Longbeard's ship?

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks?

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Let's get squiggling!

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First let's squiggle our ship.

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We'll use our straight line for this.

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Ready?

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Up, across

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and down.

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There. That's our ship.

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Let's use two straight lines for the mast,

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all the way up. One...two.

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We can squiggle a big rectangle for the sail,

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a straight line across, down,

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across and up,

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a little flag on top of the mast, a triangle,

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and our ship needs sea to sail on. We use a bumpy line.

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Bump...and bump. Bumpy.

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There we are. Longbeard's ship is ready.

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Why don't you colour your ship in

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while I draw a desert island?

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SEAGULLS CRY

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Oh, thank-ye, everyone.

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That's me ship, all right.

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Who's a pretty pirate?

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Ha-ha! Hello, Cackles.

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It looks like we've got a friend.

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And two more shipmates!

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Pirate Digger.

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And Pirate Wiggle-Trunk.

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BOTH: Ready for duty!

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Have you found me treasure?

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No.

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-Oh dear, oh dear.

-HE SOBS

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Perhaps you left it on that desert island.

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Course I did! Oh, thank you, Squiglet. Ah-har!

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Let's set sail, shipmates!

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WIGGLE-TRUNK TRUMPETS

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Now that's what I call wind.

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Well, here we are on the desert island.

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Dig-dig-dig!

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Aye, Cackles, you clever bird.

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We need to dig cos me treasure's buried.

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Where did you bury it, Longbeard?

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-Oh...I can't remember!

-HE SOBS

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I suppose you'll just have to keep digging till you find it.

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Har! Good idea! Diggin's what MOLES do best.

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Aye-aye, Cap'n!

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Have you found anything?

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Oh, phew... No.

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Arr! Boo-hoo-hoo!

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We might find it quicker if Wiggle-Trunk helped me.

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But me feet are the wrong shape for diggin'.

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What if we squiggle Wiggle-Trunk something to dig with?

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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Let's all squiggle a spade.

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We can start with a square.

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We'll use our straight lines.

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Ready? Across...down...

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across and up.

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That's the digging part.

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Our spade needs a handle,

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two long straight lines going up.

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One...two,

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and some more straight lines across the top.

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Across, down...

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across and up. There's our spade.

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I'm going to make mine red.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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Our spade is ready.

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Oh! Thanks, everyone.

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Aye. Now get diggin', Wiggle-Trunk.

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Ooh. Aye-aye, Cap'n!

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-Ooh...

-Aaah...

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-Found anything yet?

-Ooh...

-Aaah...

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No!

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Oh, Squiglet! What if I never finds it? Boo-hoo-hoo!

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Don't cry, Longbeard.

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Let's see if we can get a clue from the squiggle pad.

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Can YOU spot a way of helping Longbeard find his treasure?

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What are these little pirates looking at?

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It's a treasure map, and there's a gnome.

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They've found the gnome, but no treasure.

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What else is on the map? An X!

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X marks the spot where the treasure is hidden.

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Hooray! They've found the treasure!

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Did you spot how they found their treasure?

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Those little pirates used a map.

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Ohh! I've lost that too-hoo-hoo!

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Don't worry, Longbeard,

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we can squiggle you a new treasure map.

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Have you got your squiggle pads and squiggle sticks ready?

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Let's get squiggling!

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We can use straight lines for the sides of the map.

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Ready? Across...

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down...

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across and up.

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That's a rectangle.

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I'm squiggling a round shape for the island.

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What else was there, Longbeard?

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Well, there was a big mountain...

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a small round rock...

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and a tree.

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Let's colour our map in.

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What colour are you going to make yours?

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Don't forget the big X to show where it is.

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Make an X on your maps too.

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There, a treasure map for Longbeard.

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Arr, thank ye, everyone!

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Now I know where it's buried.

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THEY ALL CHEER

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Right, follow me, shipmates!

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Come on, let's go and find the treasure with them!

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Ah-har! That's it. Get diggin'!

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SHE GASPS

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Found anything yet?

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Yes!

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Yeow... Ah!

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Arr! Me treasure chest!

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KEYS JINGLE

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-SQUEAKING

-Ohh!

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Chuckles! It's me - Longbeard!

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Ohh! I've missed you SO much!

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Oh! That's the cuddliest treasure I've ever seen.

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There's nothing more important to a pirate than his teddy. Har-har!

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ALL: Oh! Aye-aye. Aww!

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Oh, thank ye. I'm so happy.

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You know what happy pirates do when they're happy?

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ALL: Party!

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Join in with our song.

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# Ahoy, ahoy

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# Ahoy, me hearties

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# Jump aboard me pirate ship

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# And join the pirate party

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# A pirate has to scrub the deck

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# But he never scrubs his face or neck

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-# So scrub the deck

-Scrub the deck

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-# Scrub the deck

-Scrub the deck

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# And join the pirate party

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# Ahoy, ahoy

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# Ahoy, me hearties

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# Jump aboard me pirate ship

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# And join the pirate party

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# Pirates like to travel far

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# They grow big beards and say, "Ah-har!"

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-# Say, "Ah-har!"

-Ah-har!

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# Say, "Ah-har!"

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# Ah-har!

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# And join the pirate party. #

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Partying with pirates is fun!

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Thanks for all your squiggles.

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It's time to go now,

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but come back to get squiggling soon.

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Keep on squiggling!

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BYE!

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Subtitles by Sheila McDonald Red Bee Media Ltd

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E-mail [email protected]

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Series about Squiglet, a monster who can make drawings real.

Squiglet uses a straight line to draw a pirate called Long Beard, who has lost his treasure. He is sure he left it somewhere safe but he cannot remember where. Once Squiglet has scribbled his pirate ship, the two of them and the pirate crew set off for a desert island.

Long Beard remembers that his treasure's buried somewhere on the island but even when Squiglet helps by drawing a spade, the crew soon get tired of all that digging. It would really help if they knew exactly where to dig! Once they've had a clue from the Squiglet Pad, Long Beard remembers that he needs his treasure map. But he can't find that either! No problem - Squiglet can just scribble him a new one!

With the map's help, they soon find the marked spot and unearth an old treasure chest. Everyone is excited to see the treasure. But what can it be? Squiglet gets a surprise when it turns out to be the cuddliest treasure imaginable - Long Beard's teddy bear!


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