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  • - Oh, hello.

  • I didn't see you there, but I'm glad you're here.

  • I don't know about you, but I love reading books.

  • Let's get into a good book, right now.

  • (upbeat music)

  • Welcome to the Frozen friends club.

  • I'm Scarlet.

  • And today, I'll be reading Snow and Tell,

  • from Disney's Frozen 5-minutes stories.

  • Disney Frozen, Snow-and-Tell.

  • It had been a few months

  • since Olaf had helped Anna and Elsa

  • end the eternal winter in Arendelle.

  • And as one of the kingdom's newest residents,

  • he wasted no time in exploring his home.

  • Olaf loved seeing new sites,

  • hearing new sounds and smelling new smells.

  • One day, Olaf happened upon a group of children.

  • "A parade!" he squealed.

  • "I love parades!."

  • "Hi, Olaf," a girl named Lisbet said.

  • "What are you doing today?"

  • "Just wondering around town," Olaf replied.

  • "You mean, wondering?" she said.

  • "No, Wondering...

  • I'm wondering why you are parading inside

  • when it's so nice out?"

  • "It's not a parade."

  • Lisbet giggle, "it's school."

  • Then she followed her classmates into the building.

  • Olaf was curious.

  • He'd never been to a place called school before

  • peering through the window,

  • Olaf saw Lisbet, she was in front of the class,

  • sharing her collection of seashells.

  • They were different shapes, sizes and colors.

  • My shells are special to me because my Papa is a fisherman.

  • He sails the boat to many different places

  • and he always brings shells back to me from his trips."

  • Then the teacher, Ms. Halvorson.

  • Welcomed Olaf inside.

  • "Would you care to join us?"

  • She asked.

  • "Really?"

  • Could I?"Olaf asked

  • We're having show-and-tell," said, Lisbet.

  • "Ooooh," gasped Olaf.

  • "I love show-and-tell!

  • That's my favorite.

  • What is it?"

  • Ms. Halvorson explained that,

  • the students were sharing their collections,

  • groups of items that had special meaning for them

  • It was Finn's turn next,

  • He poured smooth, shiny marbles

  • into his hand for the class to see

  • Olaf noticed that collections,

  • could be made up of all sorts of things

  • like marbles, rocks, figurines or even fish

  • Olaf loved hearing about, all the different collections

  • the children had brought in.

  • Suddenly, he raised his hand.

  • "Ms. Halvorson, can I share my collection too?"

  • Olaf asked.

  • "I think you mean, may I share my collection?

  • Ms. Halvorson said,

  • "of course! Olaf said

  • she smiled.

  • "Go ahead, Olaf.

  • It's your turn."

  • "Hi, I'm Olaf, he said,

  • "and I like warm hugs!

  • I collect them from everyone I meet."

  • Ms. Halvorson smiled again.

  • "Olaf, collections are usually made of things

  • you can touch."

  • Olaf's eyes lit up, and he nodded with excitement.

  • First, Olaf pulled off his carrot nose.

  • Then, he reached up and took a handful of snow

  • from his flurry.

  • Next, he pulled out an icicle

  • with the tip broken out from behind his back.

  • It was certainly an unusual collection!

  • He placed each item on Ms. Halvorson's desk.

  • "Olaf, Ms. Halvorson began,

  • "I don't think you understand,

  • "items in a collection, have value or meaning."

  • "Yes."

  • "They're unique."

  • "Right."

  • "They're special in some way."

  • "Gotcha."

  • Ms. Halvorson looked at all of the items on her desk.

  • "Usually we collect things

  • that aren't just parts of our bodies."

  • But Olaf pointed out that his carrot nose

  • was not just part of his body.

  • It was the first gift he'd ever received.

  • "This carrot reminds me of the day I met my friends,

  • Anna and Sven," Olaf explained

  • "When Anna gave me the carrot to use as my nose,

  • Sven was so cute!

  • He kept trying to kiss it!

  • So whenever I see it, it makes me smile.

  • One of the children raised her hand.

  • "What's special about Snow?"

  • Olaf pointed to the small cloud over his head.

  • This is my own personal flurry.

  • My friend Elsa gave this to me," he said.

  • "She said, snowmen didn't last long in a summer sun."

  • Now, wherever I go, I think of her friendship,

  • Ms. Halvorson began to understand.

  • "And the icicle?"

  • Olaf held it to his eye.

  • "I used this to watch for my friend Kristoff

  • when he returned to the castle to save Anna," he explained.

  • "He reminds me of what true love looks like."

  • when Olaf had finished sharing,

  • he looked at Ms. Halvorson,

  • "Ms. Halvorson, your eye's melting," he said.

  • With a smile, Ms. Halverson wiped away a small tear.

  • Then, the entire class cheered,

  • as they came up to hug the little snowman.

  • Olaf was thrilled.

  • His collection of hugs had just grown a lot.

  • I hope you enjoyed the story time

  • I know, I loved it!

  • I can't wait to see you again right here

  • for our next story, with the frozen friends club,

  • where the fun is always frozen.

  • Bye

- Oh, hello.

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Frozen 5-Minute Stories | Snow-and-Tell | Frozen

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    Julianne Sung posted on 2021/09/22
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