Fans! Remember in one of my videos that I have a PAN Notebook Two? Have you ever heard the story in it? In these new PAN videos you can see me reading the amazing PAN adventures and some pictures that have gotten better and better since it was born—so enjoy!
Tune in again soon to see what will happen next in the endless story of PAN—you might even see the new lemur soon!
Remember the post, “Vote for the Next PAN Character”? Well, the vote is over now, and guess who won? Well now, I’ll give out the scores of each!
Albino Opossum: 0
River Otter: 2
Lemur: 4! Yes, Lemur won!
By the way, the Lemur is a girl, and her name is Ally—see a picture below!
Keep two eyes out for Ally’s appearance in PAN!
Theo has very long hair! When it’s 100 degrees for us, it must feel at least 10 degrees hotter in Theo world! What a hot summer, a shower won’t work, not a popsicle, so he needs a cut! Here he is before and after his haircut day! Which style do you like better? Tell me and Theo in the comments, (I like both)!
Now, let’s ask Theo what he thinks in this next video…
Happy Birthday, Liam!
All the PAN characters are here to party! Check below to get a surprise!
Liam! Click on your favorite number:
Click on your favorite letter:
Have a great day!
Remember Theo’s and Alaramia’s babies? Well, they are growing and out having adventures this summer!
One day, the babies wanted to go to the beach, so they went by bus and arrived the next hour…
“Wow, awesome!” said Titi while laying his towel down.
“I’m going in water!” Laff exclaimed, happily.
“Me, too!” said Zoe.
“Put sunscreen on first!” yelled Alan, but Zoe was already gone. “Well, if she wants to get a sunburn, I guess it’s not my problem,”
“Correct,” said Titi, happily, “now, sunscreen on back, please! At least Laff put sunscreen on—let’s GOOOOO!!!!!”
“Hi,” said the dolphin, “I’m Lily Dolphin, feel free to call me Mrs. Lily!”
Waves rolled his eyes.
“Hi!” the babies said in unison.
“Come with me underwater— let me get you some gills, first.”
Lily was about to take off, when Titi asked, “What are gills?”
Lily stopped, “Gills are tools that sea creatures and fish use to breath underwater,” and then she sunk AND THEN JUMPED UP AGAIN! And sunk.
“Now,” whispered Lily, “here’s the box of aloe! Ahhhhhhhhhh! Shaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrkkkkkkk!”
“We don’t know how to swim!” said the babies, with fear in their hearts!
“I’ve got the box of aloe plants, Waves! Get the children to seashell safety, hurry!” yelled Lily.
“Hop on!” said a faithful Waves!
“Zoe’s hurt!” said Alan, “and it’s all my fault.”
While Zoe was SO red, Alan was SO sad. “Look! Lily!” said Waves, with joy!
Lily was dropping the aloe down to Titi, and now, was going to fight the shark!
“Rub this on her, it’ll help!” exclaimed another faithful Waves. But then the shark ate Lily all up…
“Burp, burp burp burp!” as the shark burped, Lily got bigger, while he, the shark, got smaller!
“Rub,” said Lily. Everybody took a peace of the aloe and rubbed it on Zoe— Zoe was getting browner, and less red. Her sunburn was starting to cool down!
“YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!” Every buddy of hers screamed!
Now, it’s time to say good bye. “Good bye!” The babies said.
“Bye! Visit anytime!” Waves and Lily said happily, while also a bit sad.
Everybody was crying because they did not want to say good bye, til the babies got on the shore, and saw their parents…
What do you think the babies learned today? Did you ever forget what Zoe forgot?
And here is the comic version with all the pictures together!
Dear PAN Fans,
One of the fun things I did in Florida was visit an aquarium. I thought one of these guys would make a great new PAN character—but, I can’t decide which one! I thought I would use your assistance! Here they are:
Ring Tailed Lemur
Leave your vote in your comment!
Here’s a picture of me touching boneless sea creatures. The water was so cold, but it’s actually warm for them. They felt kind of rubbery.
We saw a lot of really cool fish and sea creatures, too many to take pictures of, but here’s a tricky question—can you tell which direction this fish is swimming?
It is actually headed to the right in this picture. That black spot is designed to confuse its predators by looking like an eye! Pretty cool, huh?