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  • WOMAN: ♪ Hey, now... ♪

  • Hey, wow... ♪

  • Here's how

  • Come and read

  • Between the lions

  • CHORUS: ♪ Come on

  • Come in

  • Begin

  • The world awaits

  • WOMAN: ♪ Between the lions

  • Between the covers of a book

  • It's time to look between the lions

  • Behold the tales beyond the tails

  • CHORUS: ♪ Behind the door

  • Become, explore

  • Come in between the lions

  • Begin between the lions

  • Be here between the lions! ♪

  • I got it, I got it.

  • LIONEL: Kick it here.

  • I've got something to show you.

  • Uh... one, two, three...

  • Nice one, oh, yeah.

  • Oh, that was beautiful.

  • Watch this.

  • Oh, yeah!

  • Dad...

  • you can't use your hands in soccer.

  • Son, I...

  • ( whistle blows )

  • Foul-- hands.

  • Leona, Lionel, you know that playing soccer

  • in the library is taboo.

  • Wh-what's "taboo"?

  • Playing soccer in the library.

  • No, no, I mean, what does it mean?

  • It means it's not allowed.

  • But we won't hurt anything.

  • There's plenty of room.

  • You might think you won't do any harm, Son

  • but you never know what might happen.

  • He's getting that look in his eye again.

  • If we don't go soon

  • we'll be here all afternoon

  • getting a lecture.

  • Oh, no.

  • You're right, Dad-- we're sorry.

  • We'll just scoot outside.

  • You know, this reminds me of a story.

  • Look, I want you both to hear it.

  • I saw it in this stack somewhere.

  • Let's see here...

  • Ah, here it is, come along.

  • Here we go.

  • Oh...

  • ( reading )

  • Ha!

  • But I guess you already read that.

  • I'll just pick it up.

  • All righty.

  • Now, this story is called

  • Because a Little Bug Went Ka-choo!

  • by Rosetta Stone

  • illustrated by Michael, uh... Frith.

  • Sounds good.

  • Yeah.

  • ( clears throat )

  • ( Theo reading )

  • Ow!

  • ( clucks weakly )

  • ( clucks angrily )

  • ( muttering )

  • ( muttering )

  • ( siren blaring )

  • Whoa!

  • Oh, bother.

  • ( yelling for help )

  • ( clucking excitedly )

  • ( confusion of voices )

  • ( band playing )

  • ( screaming and crashing )

  • ( elephant trumpets )

  • ( chuckling )

  • That was a really good story, Dad.

  • This story is a good example

  • of how there's more to reading than just reading.

  • Reading gives you something to think about, too.

  • Now, what do you think the message of this story was, hmm?

  • ( yelling )

  • Leona, honey, please pay attention to Daddy.

  • ( yelling grows louder )

  • ( continuing lecture as yells and screams continue )

  • And now, a baboon in a maroon balloon

  • reading From the Earth to the Moon

  • shouting "Wahoo!"

  • ( shouts )

  • ( snickering )

  • I'm sure there's a reasonable explanation for this

  • but what is it?!

  • Actually, it's my real hair.

  • Oh! Get into the groove

  • as Martha Reader and the Vowelles croon

  • the double "o"-- "ooh"-- sound in the word "boot"!

  • ( rhythm and blues music playing )

  • ( Martha singing "ooh" sound, then Vowelles repeat "ooh" )

  • MONKEYS: Boot!

  • ( cheering and applause )

  • WOMAN: Boot.

  • Oot.

  • ( making "r" sound )

  • Root.

  • Roo.

  • ( making "m" sound )

  • Room.

  • ( making "b" sound )

  • Broom.

  • ( cheering )

  • GAWAIN: Excellent!

  • Gawain here once again at Blending Fields

  • where two brave knights in armor

  • will charge together at high speed and make a word.

  • Competing today we have Sir Br...

  • and Sir Oom!

  • ( cheering )

  • Blend on, dudes!

  • BOTH: Broom.

  • ( cheering )

  • Broom? Why am I doing it?

  • You missed a spot.

  • "Broom"-- excellent!

  • That's Gawain's word for today.

  • And this is Gawain saying see you soon.

  • See you next time on...

  • ( music begins playing )

  • WOMAN: ♪ In a dirty and dusty old room

  • Lived an unhappy bride and her groom

  • So the lass put a "b" where the "g" used to be

  • And she swept the place clean with her broom! ♪

  • ( music ends )

  • ( makes "z" sound )

  • ( makes double-o, "oo" sound )

  • ( makes "m" sound )

  • ( each continues to pronounce letters )

  • ALL: "Zoom."

  • ANNOUNCER: Flying off the shelf once again

  • it's the continuing

  • daring and dangling Adventures of Cliff Hanger!

  • Today's adventure, number 17--

  • "Cliff Hanger and the Balloons."

  • CHORUS ( singing ):

  • We find Cliff Hanger where we left him last--

  • hanging from a cliff.

  • ( branch breaking )

  • All of a sudden, a bunch of balloons floats by.

  • Balloons?

  • Ah, balloons!

  • Poor, marooned Cliff roots around in his backpack

  • and soon locates... his trusty survival manual.

  • Using his expert decoding skills, Cliff begins to read.

  • Hmm, "baboons"...

  • Ah, here we are, "balloons."

  • CLIFF ( reading ):

  • Has Cliff Hanger made his escape at last?

  • ( balloons popping )

  • CHORISTER: ♪ And that's why he's called Cliff Hanger. ♪

  • So you can see how things could happen

  • whether you intend them to or not.

  • Because one thing causes another thing

  • which causes another thing

  • which is why...

  • ( unknown object whizzing through air )

  • Please, Leona, I'm almost finished.

  • Which is why you shouldn't play soccer in the library.

  • ( Cleo yelling )

  • What was that?

  • ( thud )

  • ( groaning )