【试听09】维尼双语·Hide and Pooh Seek
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【试听09】维尼双语·Hide and Pooh Seek

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Hide and Pooh Seek




It is a lovely spring day in the Hundred-Acre Wood. “A nice day like this calls for a game! Let’s play a game! ” Robin declares.




“A game? What game?” asks Winnie the Pooh.




Robin smiles. “Let’s play hide-and-seek!”




“Hide and what?” Rabbit asks.




“One of us closes his eyes and counts to one hundred,” Robin explains. “At the same time, other people hide.”




Robin tugs gently on Pooh’s ear. “Tag—you’re It, Pooh Bear!”




Pooh rubs his ear. “I am…what?”




Pooh is a bear who rarely thinks. But soon he figures out what is happening. Now he should cover his eyes, count to one hundred, “one, two, three, four, five, six, seven…” and then Pooh goes to find his friends.




“I know the perfect hiding place,” he says, licking his lips. “The honey tree!” He runs to the honey tree.




“Aha! Found you!” he cries.




Pooh looks around. The bees are there. The honey is there. But his friends are not!




Pooh wants to have some honey. But then he has another idea.




“They must be hiding in Rabbit’s garden!” Pooh says.




But Pooh’s friends are not in Rabbit’s garden.




They are not in Pooh’s favorite spot in the meadow, where he always lies and watches the clouds.




Or in his comfy bed. Or even at his Thoughtful Spot.




“Oh, bother!” Pooh says.




Just then Kanga comes by. “Do you know where Roo is, Pooh?” she asks.




“Well, I know where he’s not,” Pooh says. “He’s not in my favorite spots.”




Kanga laughs. “That’s no surprise,” she says kindly. “Roo has lots of his own favorite spots.”




Pooh realizes Kanga is right. He’s searched his favorite places. But if he wants to find his friends, he has to search their favorite places!




Pooh goes to the hollow log near Piglet’s house. He peers inside—and there is Piglet!




“I’m glad you found me, Pooh,” Piglet says. “It’s very dark in here.”




“Will you help me find the others?” Pooh asks. “Let’s figure out where Roo may hide.”




Together, Pooh and Piglet find Roo hiding—and playing—in the sandy pit.




They all figure out that Tigger might be in his favorite bouncing spot.




Then they find Rabbit in his cornfield, picking corn while he hides there.




Eeyore is in his favorite thistle patch. Owl is there, too.




Finally, only Robin is missing.




“Oh, dear,” Piglet says. “We may never find him.”




“We probably won’t,” Eeyore says, in a gloomy voice.




Then Pooh remembers something. “Robin likes to climb trees,” he says. “Let’s look . . . up!”




They all look up. “There he is!” Roo cries. “You are right, Pooh!”




Robin climbs down from the tree. “Well done, Pooh Bear,” he says.




“Let’s play again!” Tigger cries. “This time, Piglet’s It!”




As Piglet begins counting, the others all hurry off to find hiding places.




“Where will you hide, Pooh?” Robin asks.




“The honey tree, of course,” Pooh says. “Piglet will know how to find me there.”




Robin laughs. “Silly old bear!”





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