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# Lift me up into the sky
# See the world through my eyes
# Mimiloo is where we'll fly
# And the chances are
# You're all I'll ever need
# Funny bunny friend of mine
# We will always be
# You and me
# Kate and Mim-Mim. #
Ha-ha-ha. Ta-da! Two cookies for Dad and two for us.
Cookies are ready, Dad. Let's have our snack.
I'll be right there, Kate. Hmm... Where did the milk go?
-Where did the other cookie go?
It's a mystery.
I've never solved a real mystery before, Mim-Mim.
I wonder if our friends can help us?
Mim-Mim, funny bunny friend, it's time to come to life again.
Kate and Mim-Mim, me and you. Let's twirl away to Mimiloo.
Oh. Whoop. Hey! O-ho. Zip, zip! Hi, Boomer. What are you doing?
We can see that you're looking but what are you looking for?
I was about to draw when my box of colourful crayons just disappeared.
Disappeared? That sounds like a mystery.
Lucky for you, detectives Kate and Mim-Mim are on the case.
Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. We've never been detectives before.
Ooh... And you know what every detective needs - a detective hat.
And, of course, a magnifying glass.
We can use that to find clues.
Ooh... What's a clue?
Clues are things that help detectives solve mysteries.
Things like footprints or...
The biggest, most giant, king-sized crayon ever.
It's not really big, Mim-Mim.
The magnifying glass makes tiny things look really, really big.
-Oh. Ha-ha. Yeah, that is tiny.
-But it's a big clue.
-Good work, Detective Mim-Mim.
Lily, did you see anything strange before your crayons disappeared?
No... But we heard something very strange. Didn't we, Boomer?
-TAP TAP TAP
Those are strange sounds.
Oh, does that mean we have found yet another clue, De-tec-a-tive Kate?
Great galloping gizmos!
Oh, that was Tack.
Maybe he found a clue, too?
Oh, I hope it's a mystery because Kate and I are playing
-It's a mystery, all right. I'd finished hanging my
colourful collection of goggle-polishers out to dry,
-when POOF! One of them vanished.
-Just like Lily's crayons.
-Now we have two mysteries.
-Maybe it's the same one.
-Did you hear any strange noises, Tack?
-I sure did.
-TAP TAP TAP
-And that's the sound.
-And that's the sound we heard, too.
There goes another one of my colourful goggle-polishers. Ah!
And another. Ah! Ah! Ah!
TAP TAP TAP Kate, what's happening?
-I heard something but I couldn't see anything.
-This really is a mystery.
Huh, huh, huh. My rainbow berries - hurry!
-Did you all see that?
-Your rainbow berries vanished - POOF!
-Just like my goggle-polishers.
-We have to find out why.
Come on, let's look for more clues.
-We've found a clue.
-Lots of clues.
Those really big clues are really big footprints,
and do you know what that means?
Cos, cos, cos... I don't.
-It means that somebody was here
and that means your things didn't just disappear. Someone took them.
But how? We didn't see anybody.
Maybe we didn't see them because they were invisible.
THEY GASP They were invisible.
Wait, what's invisible?
When something is invisible,
it means you can't see it, even if it's right in front of you.
What does this invisible someone want with our things?
Hmm, let's see. We have lots of clues, so let's figure it out.
Someone took Gobble's rainbow berries,
-Tack's goggle-polishers, and Lily's crayons.
-But not my black one.
And when they did, they made strange sounds and big footprints.
I've got it! What we are looking for here is a
noisy someone with big feet who collects colourful
cleaning-cloths, picks colourful berries
and colours with colourful crayons.
Or not. I don't know. I'm kind of clueless when it comes to clues.
No, that's it, Mim-Mim. You figured out the biggest clue of all.
Each missing thing is brightly coloured.
Now we know that whoever it is collects colourful knick-knacks.
Right, Tack. And that gives me a Mim-tastic idea.
Ugh. This polka-dot posy is the most colourful flower in my garden.
-How will it help us solve the mystery?
-Elementary, my dear Mim-Mim.
If the invisible colour-grabber takes the flower
we'll jump out from behind this bush
and make friends with him. Quick, let's hide.
Activating big ears. Ah! I hear something.
-Tippy-toes, getting closer.
-But I still don't see anything.
Ah! Over there.
TAP TAP TAP GRUNT
TAP TAP TAP
They're very shy. If they think someone is watching,
they hide by changing their colour. So that's why we couldn't see him.
He's not invisible - he just changes his colour so he can hide.
-Hi, Chamelippo! We see you!
-TAP TAP TAP
Oh, no! Where'd the Chamelippo go?
Ah! My de-tec-a-tive hat!
I big-ear hear him. He went that-a-way!
Hello, Chamelippo. My name is Kate.
We know you're still here and we all just want to be your friend,
so please come out.
It's nice to see you again.
And wowee-wow, we like your home.
All of our colourful things really brighten it up.
You're right, Mim-Mim. They do. That's why he took them.
Chamelippos love lots of colours.
You just wanted to make your place more colourful, didn't you?
But what about my crayons? Boomer and I can't colour without them.
And I need my google-polishers to polish my googly goggles.
How can I make my rainbow-berry jam without my rainbow berries?
But if the Chamelippo gives back all your things,
his home won't look so nice any more.
-Too bad he doesn't live in a more colourful place, huh, Kate?
Maybe he can, Mim-Mim, and I know just the spot.
-Ooh! Can I show him now, Kate? Can I, can I, can I?
-Not yet, Mims.
-How about now? How about now?
-OK, Mim-Mim. You can show him now.
-Welcome to the Crayon Cliffs,
your brand-new home.
Ha-ha. We even built you a cottage out of colourful cliff-rocks.
-Ha-ha. Yeah, yeah. Boomer helped too.
And I planted plenty of polka-dot posies in your new garden.
Oh, what a spectacular idea, Kate. The Crayon Cliffs are
-the perfect place for a colour-loving Chamelippo.
You could say he BLENDS right in.
Well, Detective Mim-Mim. It looks like we've solved the
curious case of the colour-changing Chamelippo.
We did great, De-tec-a-tive Kate.
I don't get it. Where is that milk?
Huh? Kate, what are you doing?
Looking for clues, Dad. Just like Mim-Mim and I did for
the case of the colour-changing Chamelippo.
Look, cookie crumbs. And they lead...this way.
Our snacks didn't disappear. Someone took them, and I think I know who.
It was Mum! She took our snacks.
I thought it might be fun to turn snack-time into a mystery game.
-"Who took the milk and cookies?"
-And guess who solved the mystery?
-The fabulous Detective Kate.
-And my detective helper Mim-Mim.
-Ha-ha. Thanks, Mum. It was fun.
-I'm glad you liked it.
That case of the missing snacks is closed
and now it's time to collect your reward.
Now it's my turn to make this mysterious-looking cookie disappear.