The New Crayons Pablo


The New Crayons

Animated preschool series. Pablo's old crayons are running out, but his new ones are the wrong shade, design and smell. How will he be able to draw?


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# Pablo thinks differently

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# Sees the world in different ways

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# Some kids like to party Some don't and that's OK

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# Wren loves her flapping And she likes to sing away

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# Noa's really sensitive Draff's got so much to say

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# Tang has lots of energy Mouse loves quiet play

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# Llama likes repeating things

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# And I draw all the pictures in

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# When we all get together and the fun begins

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# Fun begins

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# Fun begins

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# Pablo! Pablo!

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# Sees the world in different ways

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# Pablo thinks differently

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# Sees the world in different ways. #

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Whoohoo!

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Oh, Pablo! Look at those old crayons.

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Maybe it's time you got your new ones out.

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Here you go.

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I...have to...stop.

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Go on without me.

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I trust you to carry on the line.

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You must carry on the line.

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Mouse needs to be coloured in, too, Pablo.

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But there's no more grey. You're supposed to be grey, Mouse!

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Pablo has new crayons.

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The new crayons have a grey crayon, too.

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But the new crayons aren't the same, Mouse!

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They're wearing paper clothes

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and they don't know how to draw anything properly!

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Mouse still needs to be coloured in.

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Maybe Mouse can be another colour instead.

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No, Mouse, you're grey!

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And I am yellow with brown and orange patches for camouflage.

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But Mouse needs to be coloured in, too, Draff,

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and there isn't any more grey.

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What about the new crayons?

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The new crayons are not the same!

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Are you OK, Mouse? You're not coloured in.

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Oh! Apparently, there's no more grey.

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What about the new crayons?

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Stop talking about the new crayons!

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Why don't you be another colour today, Mouse?

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Just for today, until we get the right kind of new crayons.

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Ooo! Ooo! You can be orange, like me.

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There's not very much orange either.

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There's still a bit of blue.

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-Hello!

-You could be blue, Mouse.

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OK. Hee-hee!

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But a blue Mouse won't be the same!

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Mouse likes being coloured in, Pablo.

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POUNDING Whoa!

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-Whoa!

-Oh!

-Ooo!

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The crayon! Mouse isn't finished!

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Mouse, you're blue!

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Mouse, you're blue! You're blue!

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-Hee-hee!

-Pablo's old crayons are running out.

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And he refuses to use the new ones.

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This is the tiniest crayon Mouse has ever seen!

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That is a very tiny crayon.

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Ooo! Ooo! Ooo! Ooo! Pablo, now that Mouse is coloured in,

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you can draw somewhere fun, like a playground!

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Yes, draw a playground, Pablo.

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Somewhere fun!

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OK, but it will have to be mostly brown.

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I don't have much of the other colours left!

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Go higher. You're making a swing.

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I'm trying, but I don't think I can finish it.

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Oh! I'll do the other side.

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And I'll draw the seesaw.

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Ohhhhhhhhhhh!

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Where did she go?

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She ran out.

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There you go, I've drawn you a mostly-brown playground.

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A very tiny, mostly-brown playground.

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In point of fact, that playground is much too small to play in.

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I had to draw it small.

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There isn't enough crayon left to draw big things.

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But you can use the new crayons.

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The new crayons are big and new and they can draw an amazing playground!

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The new crayons want to be drawn with, too, Pablo.

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I remember when we were the new crayons.

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-And you didn't like us either.

-That's right!

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You said we were too thin.

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And you didn't like our paper clothes.

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And then you drew all those lovely pictures with us.

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Stop talking about the new crayons!

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Too late.

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Oh-oh! Here they are!

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# La-la

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# La-la! #

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-They're beautiful!

-It's like a choir of colours!

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They're perfect! Their points are still pointy.

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Lined up neatly, like that, with their new paper coats.

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I don't like their paper coats!

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They feel scratchy and make strange sounds on the paper!

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They don't even smell like crayons are supposed to smell!

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# La-la. #

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But what are you going to draw with?

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The new crayons can help you draw new pictures.

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But I don't want my pictures to be fatter or to smell funny!

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They should stay in the box.

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You need to set them free.

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We should draw a big castle!

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A fairground with candyfloss and balloons!

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In loads of different colours!

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That blue is almost the same as me.

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And Mouse sees a grey!

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Shall I colour you in?

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They're very friendly crayons.

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But we don't really know them, Wren.

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Maybe we should wait.

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Or just draw something small.

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Or maybe we should draw a playground.

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Oh-oh! A big, amazing playground! Ha-ha!

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Oh!

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-Good idea!

-With swings!

-I love it!

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Help us take our coats off and we can get started.

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THEY LAUGH

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Hooray!

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THEY LAUGH

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Whoohoo! This is brilliant!

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It is an amazing playground, Tang. Thank you!

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And it smells OK, too.

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These are good crayons once you get to know them.

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This is brilliant!

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THEY LAUGH

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Shall I colour you in grey now?

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It's OK. Mouse likes being blue today.

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Ooo! Ooo! Can I be blue next time, Pablo?

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No, Tang, you're orange.

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-Like me.

-Like you.

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We can draw lots of orange things together.

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-Yay!

-THEY LAUGH

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THEY LAUGH

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PABLO GIGGLES

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Ha-ha-ha!

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Pablo's old crayons are running out, but his new ones are the wrong shade, design and smell. The Book Animals are worried. Without crayons, Pablo won't be able to draw any more.