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Mum! The Monsters!

Mum, The Monsters

‘Mum! The Monsters!’ is the perfect  book for little ones who are afraid of the dark

A fabulous book written by Liliana Cinetto and wonderfully illustrated by Poly Bernatene

Mum! The Monsters! helps small children realise that they do not have to be afraid at bedtime

Our Review:

Quite a few children are scared of the dark – they think there are monsters lurking in the bedroom, in wardrobes and closets, and under the bed. This is a book that can help them in a fun and adventurous way.

‘Mum! The Monsters’ defiantly gets an excellent review for us – and rightly so!

We purchased the paperback version which is 24cm x 24cm and consists of 29 pages. The words are written in lowercase. They are clear, and easy for confident, early readers to start tackling.

If your child cannot read, or prefers you to read the story to them, they will certainly have a blast observing the illustrations! (Make sure they keep an eye out for the little blue teddy bear on nearly every page!)

‘Mum! The Monsters! is a highly entertaining storybook, and the amazing illustrations help to relieve the tension that many children suffer at bedtime. 

The only thing is as it deals with monsters, the illustrations may scare younger, sensitive children.

Mum, The Monsters!

 But as the story goes on, the illustrations become very comical, and the aim is to get your child laughing at these scary figures and realising that they are silly and harmless.

The hero of the day is ‘Mum’ – Normally mum goes into her little boys bedroom, turns on the light and sings him songs until he falls back to sleep. But one day, she decides to tell him “You’re a big boy now. You shouldn’t be afraid any more”. Then she takes drastic action right before his wide eyes! Mum comes to the rescue armed with her very own special weapons to erase monsters from the home once and for all!

Mum, The Monsters

Summary:

Mum! – The Monsters! – such a great story written by Liliana Cinetto, fabulous illustrations by Poly Bernatene. (The U.S title is called ‘Mom! The Monsters!)

This is a great story not only for Halloween, but also any time of the year. It is especially aimed at children who are afraid of going to bed at night. This book teaches them that there’s no need to be scared of hairy monsters with sharp teeth that smell of dirty socks. Ghosts that float around trailing dust and cobwebs. Witches with messy hair and yellow eyes. And huge ogres with mouths full of green drool. It’s these monsters who need to be very afraid, because tonight they have met their match, and this hero doesn’t need a cape! 

Always support your child, never ridicule their fears – help them to overcome their fears in a gentle way

Mum, The Monsters

See the video of our storyteller Sherry reading ‘Mum, The Monsters!’

Sherry has included a bonus feature that has questions to get your child talking and thinking about ‘being afraid of monsters’

Please drop a comment and let us know how your child reacted to the story!

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Tinga Tinga Tales

Tinga Tinga Tales

Tinga Tinga Tales – Folklore at it’s best

What is Tinga Tinga?

Tinga Tinga Tales…

‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ was a very popular animated children’s series that was born in 2010 and ran for 2 seasons. By 2011 it was in full effect on T.V screens and being watched by children in Africa, America and the U.K

The colourful stories were based on traditional folklore tales, mostly about animals that live in East Africa.

But before we delve any further into the tale side of ‘Tinga Tinga’, we have to go back a bit.

Lets go back to the very beginning…

 

 

The bare origins of ‘Tinga Tinga’:

1968 was the year that Edward Saidi Tingatinga picked up a brush and started to creatively paint the animals and people from his corner of the earth.

Before ‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ became an animated children’s series, it was the name of a talented painter in Tanzania. Edward Saidi Tingatinga started to paint the animals and people of Tanzania in the late 1960’s. His bright colours and style were a huge hit amongst the tourists who came to visit the big city of ‘Dar es Salaam’ where he lived. His vibrant art reflected the animals, people, and sounds of East Africa. Edward’s paining style quickly spread throughout the lands.

Edward Saidi Tingatinga painting

 

Sadly, Edward Saidi Tingatinga’s life as a new talented artist was cut short. He was shot by the police in a case of mistaken identity in 1972. His son Daudi Tingatinga carries on his wonderful legacy, along with other artists who have all been inspired by Edward Tingatinga’s art style.

Tinga Tinga Tales.

This animated British-Kenyan series was produced in Nairobi, Kenya. The animation was strongly influenced by the artwork of Mr. Tingatinga. 

‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ was aired by the BBC for their CBeebies channel, and also by the Disney Channel in 2010.

‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ mainly features strong, African animal characters. The central characters being Red Monkey, Zebra, Hippo, Lion, Tortoise, and Elephant.

Tinga Tinga Tales characters

Each episode tells the story of why the featured animal became the animal we know it as today, it’s origins and it’s behaviour – such as in the very first Tinga Tinga Tale – ‘Why Elephant Has A Trunk’. Or the very last episode, ‘Why Cheetah has Tears’.

Red Monkey is always the narrator. Monkey’s voice is voiced by Eugene Muchiri for the UK episodes, and by Geoffrey Curtin for the American episodes.

‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ are aimed at children as young as three years old and up to about 6 – 7 years of age. But older children still enjoy this series that features so much diversity among it’s English dialects and characters.

If you are from the UK, you will surely know Sir Lenny Henry – he is the distinctive voice behind Elephant and Buffalo!

Lenny Henry reading Tinga Tinga Tales

The opening theme song, sung by the animals of ‘Tinga Tinga Tales’ sets you in a very cheerful and positive mood right from the start

There are a total of 52 episodes that were made for the BBC and the Disney Channel. ‘The Tinga Tinga Tales’ episodes are under 12 mins long and so good to watch! Your children will totally enjoy every minute of them and get to know and enjoy the fun characters.

Many episodes have been turned into book form and published. There are even sticker books, such as the ‘Why Tortoise Has A Broken Shell’ sticker book. There are puzzles available too.

Tinga Tinga Tales 4 in 1 puzzle

And there are plenty of ‘Read it Yourself’ versions published by ‘Ladybird’, for reading levels 1 and 2. 

Why Giraffe Has a Long Neck. Why Elephant has a Trunk

We have listed the names of all 52 books below, and we have a selection of ten that you can purchase

 

Tinga Tinga Tales – Why Elephant Has A Trunk

What has happened to Tinga Tinga Tales now?

Tinga Tinga Tales still remain very popular. They have now gone a step further than the animated series. Claudia Lloyd is the creator, writer and producer. Claudia has teamed-up with the world famous singer-songwriter Eric Wainaina and Sheba Hirst. Together they have brought ‘Tinga Rain Productions’ into existence! It’s the Tinga Tinga Tales Musical! This musical of stories, songs and art has been so successful that it’s always being extended. The only problem is that you will have to live in Nairobi to see it! But we have a preview for you below the following products

 

Tinga Tinga Tales

Tinga Tinga Musical

(Produced by Tinga Rain Productions)

If you happen to be planning on going to Nairobi, or live there, then checkout the Tinga Tinga Tales Musical website to see if there will be a current performance! (The show officially ended on 30/09/18 but may be extended again due to popular demand)

Sing-a-long to the opening Tinga Tinga Tales song!

Tinga Tinga Tales theme lyrics

Animals of Tinga Tinga:
Tinga Tinga, Tinga Tinga.
Tinga Tinga, Tinga Tinga.
Tinga Tinga is a land
Full of stories and surprise.

Tortoise: Tell me about it.

Red Monkey:
If you like to wonder why,
Tinga Tinga is a land of whys.

Giraffe: You won’t believe your eyes…

Red Monkey: Why I swing from tree to tree.

Elephant: Why my trunk is long. (Breeee!)

Tortoise: Why I’m so slow.

Tickbird: Why I tick.

Hippo: Why my skin is smooth and slick.

All: You ask why, why, why, why, why?

Red Monkey: Why?

All: You ask why, why, why, why, why?

Hippo: There’s a story.

Red Monkey: Lots of stories.

All:
Beneath the Tinga sky.
Tinga, Tinga, Tinga Tinga.

Elephant: Tales from Africa.

All: Tinga Tinga, Tinga Tinga.

Tortoise: Tales from Africa.

All: Tinga Tinga, Tinga Tinga.

Red Monkey:
Look at all my friends!
I’ll tell you why.

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The titles of all 52 Tinga Tinga Tale episodes in order:

  1. Why Elephant Has A Trunk
  2. Why make Has No Legs
  3. Why Hippo Has No Hair
  4. Why Tortoise Has A Broken Shell
  5. Why Hen Pecks At The Ground
  6. Why Bat Hangs Upside down
  7. Why Warthog Is So Ugly
  8. Why Owl’s Head Turns All The Way Round
  9. Why Monkeys Swing In The Trees
  10. Why Tickbird Sits on Hippo’s Back
  11. Why Frog Croaks
  12. Why Spider Has A Tiny Waist
  13. Why Vulture Is Bald
  14. Why Giraffe Has A Long Neck
  15. Why Porcupine Has Quills
  16. Why Lizard Always Hides Under Rocks
  17. Why Crocodile Has A Bumpy Back
  18. Why Jackal Howls At The Moon
  19. Why Hare Hops
  20. Why Mosquito Buzzes
  21. Why Rhino Charges
  22. Why Caterpillar Is Never In A Hurry
  23. Why Lion Roars
  24. Why Zebra Has Stripes
  25. Why Flamingo Stands On One Leg
  26. Why Woodpecker Pecks
  27. Why Ostrich Sticks Her Head In The Ground
  28. Why Camel Has A Hump
  29. Why Wilderbeest Stampede
  30. Why Chameleon Changes Colour
  31. Why Leopard Has Spots
  32. Why Hyena Has Short Back Legs
  33. Why Ants Work Together
  34. Why Flea Jumps
  35. Why Hummingbird Hums
  36. Why Baboon Has A Bare Bottom
  37. Why Bees Sting
  38. Why Peacock Struts
  39. Why Aardvark Has A Sticky Tongue
  40. Why Whale Spouts
  41. Why Parrot Can’t Keep A Secret
  42. Why Bushbaby Has Big Eyes
  43. Why Guinea Fowl Has Dots
  44. Why Buffalo Has Horns
  45. Why Puffadder Sheds His Skin
  46. Why Eagle Rules The Skies
  47. Why Skunk Smells
  48. Why Cricket Chirrups
  49. Why Mole Lives Underground
  50. Why Squirrel Gathers Nuts
  51. Why Meerkat Is Always On The Lookout
  52. Why Cheetah Has Tears

Tinga Tinga Episodes on Daily Motion

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A Hovercraft Elephant goes to Mars

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I met Carrie Mortleman – and suddenly became acquainted with a flying pink elephant!

Well, it was actually a hover-crafting elephant…

I met Carrie Mortleman at her storytelling event in the centre of Barcelona.

It was a lovely December morning in 2017. I arrived early so that I could get a chance to speak to her.

She was preparing to read a Christmassy storybook to a group of young children who would be arriving for her storytelling event in ‘Come In’ book shop in Barcelona, Spain. (It’s a lovely book shop that stocks a wide range of English books and games, mainly for children – such a thing is hard to find in Barcelona)

 

Carrie Mortleman reading Hellie Queek
Carrie Mortleman at a storytelling event in Barcelona
 

Australian’s tend to have such a big, warming personality, and Carrie definitely lives up to this friendly stereotype. She now lives in Barcelona and seems to be heavily involved in writing children’s books and storytelling.

We had a lovely chat. Carrie generously donated her time to me even though her audience were now due to arrive at any moment.

She kindly gave me a copy of her new glow-in-the-dark book – it’s an amazing book that is full of blank pages! – and then you use a special pen that has a torch built into it that you point at the book, and the words appear like magic on the pages as the torch brings the invisible ink to life! It’s a book that will definitely get children engaged in reading for hours on end. But more about Carrie’s glow-in-the-dark book in a later post!

‘Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant’ and ‘Queek’s Race in Outer Space’…

…were the books that Carrie also presented to me as a gift – Not only did the highly interesting titles catch my eye, but also the literally ‘out of this world’ illustrations – when I curiously leafed through the pages I got totally engrossed in these colourful ‘spacey’ pictures. It’s definitely something different – and being different is a often a good thing – it sets you apart from the rest.

 

Carrie Mortleman Hellie and Queek

 

‘Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant’ and ‘Queek’s Race in Outer Space’ have an appealing quirky look to them that kids will love…

Your children will turn into adults and look back on these books with a smile as the quirky imagery revokes fond childhood memories and sensations – like when you suddenly see an episode of ‘Chorlton and the Wheelies’* on Youtube and it instantly sucks you in to another time from yesterday-year.

Let your children be introduced to Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant’!

so they can be given fond memories of yesterday-year filled with this cute, fluffy, pink hovercraft elephant.

In the first book, Hellie makes friend’s with a little grey mouse called Queek.

Hellie is a pink, furry elephant who can fly/hover. Queek is a sugar mouse and nearly gets flattened by Hellie when she has a sneezing fit.

It’s a book about gaining confidence and making friends. The sentences rhyme, and although there are a few words that small children might not understand, it creates room for learning and expanding on their vocabulary.

Be warned that some of the illustrations look very yummy indeed!

 

Carrie Mortleman Hellie and Queek

 

In the second book, the two friends go on an adventure to Mars!

Hellie the Hovercraft Elephant and Queek the Sugar Mouse meet some green aliens from Mars.

Straightaway you are given a fun language lesson on the alien’s vocab! – The first page consists of a 10 sentence glossary so that you can understand the little lime green Martians – with words like…

  • Ig blawPlease come in
  • Bok blawLook here
  • Bok yoOK
  • Og, Boonk, Pooowwwww!Ready, set, go!

…your child will get a bonus novelty from this book as they learn these alien words that are highlighted in green.

Carrie Mortleman Hellie and Queek

 

On page 4 there is a witty knock knock joke that has been placed in the story, guaranteed to get kids off to an enjoyable start.

The Milky Way is made up of yummy looking multi-coloured chocolate stars, while Mars is depicted as a gooey, chocolatey planet.

Hellie and Queek meet friendly green aliens and are invited to a feast of green food. Afterwards they decide to have a race – will Hellie’s trunk power be enough to make her win the green treasure snacks!?

A lovely story about hospitality and getting along with fellow beings.

Both these books have rhyming verses on each page, and if you read it too quick, you may have some difficulty with the rhyme flow, but once you read it a few times, you realise that this actually aids your storytelling style, adding more creativity to your reading and delivery of the sentences.

If you’re looking for storybooks that are not filled with your typical mainstream characters, try introducing your children to Hellie and Queek!

‘Unique, interesting, wonderful children – that’s who we want to raise, not generic robots’ Carrie Mortleman

Give  your children something different to read!- The author Carrie Mortleman has just the thing for them!…

‘Hellie The Hovercraft Elephant’ & ‘Queek’s Race in Outer Space’ – Enjoy!

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The Colour Monster

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The Colour Monster – A fabulous ‘must-have’ book by Anna Llenas.

This is a must have book for your child’s book collection!

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The Colour Monster

Appealing colours and a loveable main character.

The pictures are illustrated in such a creative way using cardboard and paper as Anna Llenas takes re-cycling to a new level! – a truly beautiful layout that captures the attention of any child – and adult! And the actual story is truly heart-warming.

Does your child need help with understanding feelings and emotions?

‘The Colour Monster’ is here to teach children about feelings, as each beautiful colour leads to an emotion. It will also help children build understanding and empathy towards others, as in the story the emotions are attached to deep descriptions of how the little furry Monster feels inside and how he is able to cope:

Here’s a snippet of what each colour means in this story:

  • YELLOW – HAPPINESS
  • BLUE – SADNESS
  • RED – ANGER
  • BLACK – FEAR
  • GREEN – CALM
  • PINK – LOVE

Discussions

The Colour Monster can lead on to an engaging discussion with children – 

The Colour Monster Anna Llenas

You can ask them…

  • If they think other colours could have been used e.g Black – why does black have to represent fear? –  black can represent bravery!
  • Blue could be calmness.
  • Pink could represent happiness,
  • Red could be love? Or is that too typical!?
  • What about the colours orange, purple, grey, brown, white – which feelings and emotions do they provoke?

After you’ve read this story to your child, get them to get out their crayons and have fun drawing this enjoyable character!

Go on a delightful journey with this sweet little Monster – you’ll be glad that you did!

 

See our video to get a feel of ‘The Colour Monster’ before you decide to take him home!… 

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The Colour Monster read by our storyteller ‘Sherry’…

Anna Llenas has also created ‘The Colour Monster pop-up book’, and ‘The Colour Monster Activity book’ – be sure to check them out too!

Safely browse though  ‘The Colour Monster’ and various other books by Anna Llenas on the BOOK DEPOSITORY, or below you will see our hand-picked choices

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Book Depository – free postage!

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If you’re a book-lover – then you’ll absolutely fall head over heels in love with ‘Book Depository’.

Do you want free shipping on your books?

Book Depository has a vast selection of books for sale. It offers free delivery worldwide – no strings attached! Yep – free shipping on your book purchases!

If you are already curious and want to jump straight into browsing children’s books and filter your search by keywords, age range, price range, availability, language and format – then here you go!..

Children’s books on Book Depository

If you want to first read a bit about Book Depository here on our blog, then please stick around and read further for some insights…

Book Depository

Did you know Book Depository is actually an Amazon Company. It was acquired by Amazon in 2011.

It is one of the top leading book specialists for purchasing books online.

Over 100 countries worldwide benefit from the generous free delivery service that is available!

What else is great about Book Depository?

There are over 17 million titles on offer. So you will be sure to find what you are looking for.

And, the best thing is that you will find low prices all under one roof.

The search engine on Book Depository is fantastic

You can easily refine your search by category, keywords, age range, price range, availability, language or format.

Additionally there is an advanced search feature that allows you to search by Title, Author, Publisher and ISBN.

And, yes, shipping is really free! You’ll just be responsible for any local taxes that may incur.

Can I buy eBooks too?

No, sorry – Book Depository no longer sell eBooks, just physical books are available, and I personally prefer a physical book, don’t you?

Is Book Depository trustworthy?

Book Depository is a trustworthy source of books. Occasionally, shipping times can be a little on the long side, depending on your location, but your books will show up.

Books are packaged and shipped separately, so if you order more than one book, it will be normal for them to sometimes arrive at different times.

Book Depository has a lot of reviews, some bad, but many of them are good! If you are looking to buy  books online, the Book Depository is the place to start your search.

We think that you will benefit from their great service and great value – and be one of their many happy customers.

I asked the community on my Barcelona based Facebook Book Group what they thought of Book Depository – they were all very satisfied with their experience using it…

Very good prices and quality of the books are as described!Evelynn, Barcelona
My mum orders books through Book Depository all the time! She’s never had problems and always tells me how good it isEmily, Barcelona

The current* global shipping locations are listed at the bottom of this post.

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Further questions or queries?

Book Depository is reported to have a great customer service team. They are said to behave like fellow humans and not fed-up robots. So, try emailing them if you need extra information or assistance from Book Depository – they openly claim to personally read each email and reply to you:

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(Relevant for those who are located in Brazil or Canada – deliveries are sometimes impacted and can take longer than usual)

A – Andorra, Antigua And Barbuda, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Austria

B – Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Benin, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Brunei Darussalam, Bulgaria

C – Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Comoros, Cook Islands, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic

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E – Estonia, El Salvador

F – Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Finland, France

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H – Hong Kong, Hungary

I – Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy

J – Jamaica, Japan, Jordan

L – Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg

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N – Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Norway

O – Oman

P – Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico

Q – Qatar

R – Reunion, Romania

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V – Vanuatu, Vatican City

 

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‘I Don’t Like Gloria’ – Storytelling with Sherry

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I Don’t Like Gloria’!

This is a fun book that has mixed reviews.

In the original version by Kaye Umansky, the dog was named Calvin, now he is called Colin.

‘I Don’t Like Gloria’ can be seen as an entertaining story about sibling rivalry, but some may see it as being enemies and ganging up on others – We choose to see it as a great opportunity to start talking about how it isnt nice to not like someone because they are different! This story can be used in a positive way to talk about a few topics and get a better understanding!

We would love to hear what you think of ‘I Don’t like Gloria!’

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‘I Don’t Like Gloria!’ Read by Sherry

Written by Kaye Umansky, Illustrations by Margaret Chamberlain

Music credit: ‘Without U’ produced by Adamack, for shadowville Productions

 

 

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Storytelling: Shark In The Park by Nick Sharratt

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Shark In the Park

Children love storytelling – they are utterly mesmerised by books.

Their little eyes widen as they hang on every word that they are attentively listening to. A fun story book is what children really want!

My name is Sherry, and I love reading stories to little children.

Shark in the Park, by Nick Sharratt. It’s such a fun story, and kids just can’t get enough of it!

Shark in the Park is honestly one of my favourite books for kids!

I did have my storytelling video here and on Youtube, but I had to remove it due to the author not wishing me to have it on the internet – sorry about that! – I’ve had to remove all my Nick Sharratt storytelling videos

 

I love the way ‘Shark In The Park’ builds suspense, and the build-up continues as the children believe that they are really seeing a shark’s fin, I mean, what else could it be?… Find out!

I’ve read this storybook over and over to the same children in my classroom during my time as an English teacher in  Spanish nurseries – and during my live storytelling events –  every single time the children have sat gazing at the page intensely, bursting with excitement, and laughing their heads-off – they never, ever got tired of hearing this fun story over and over again.

‘Shark In The Park’ really is a book that you need to have! I’m so glad that I came across it – I need to share it’s wonderful existence with you all.

Shark In The Park also comes in various versions!:

Shark in the Park, Shark in the Dark, Shark in the Park on a Windy Day

  • Shark In The Park
  • Shark In the Dark – (Glow in the Dark Version)
  • Shark in the Park on a Windy Day!
  • Shark In The Park – (Jamboree Storytime Level A version. The prices vary as these Shark in the Park versions come in different sizes and some are activity books with stickers)

I will be bringing you many other wonderful, fun stories that spark excitement and imagination. There are so many fun story books out there! Tell me you children’s favourite ones in the comments!

Shark in the Park read by Sherry
Shark in the Park – written by Nick Sharratt

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