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Bunty and Bubbly – For children who don’t like to get clean

Bunty and Bubbly – Bunty loves playing and getting messy, but she does not like soap. She refuses to clean up. Then one night she has a dream.

By: Sorit Gupto

Text from Bunty and Bubbly

Bunty loves to play with butterflies.

…and with birds.

She loves to play with paper boats.

She also likes to make sand castles.

When Bunty goes back home, her mother asks her to clean up.
But she refuses.

“I hate soaps!” she screams.

One night, she has a dream.
The germs are all around her castle, and are attacking her.

Bunty is chased by the germs.
She runs for her life and screams, “Help… Help!”

Suddenly, Soap King Bubbly appears.
“Bunty, don’t be afraid,” he says. “Go attack the germs!”
the Soap King orders his army of bubbles.

The army of bubbles chases the germs away.

These days, Bunty likes to use soap, and she brushes and scrubs herself clean.

<End of text from Bunty and Bubbles>

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