Season 2, Episode 7 of 15

The Sun is shining as Mona is blowing up her swim pool with Russell's help. Nana is relaxing and enjoying her ice tea. Once Mona and Russell have finished with the pool Nana helps Mona and Russell fill it with water. But before the can go for a swim Mr. Wooka has a puppet show for them. Mr. Wooka's Puppet Show-There is a frog lying in the sun. All the other animals warn him that the sun is hot and very strong but he doesn't listen. Eventually the frog gets bad sunburn on his belly. After the show they head back into the yard to go for a swim. Nana gives Mona a hat and puts the umbrella over the pool to protect her and Russell from the sun. They are having a grand time in the pool. Mona swims back and forth and Russell splashes around till it is time for lunch. Nana brings Mona some water and tells her how important it is to drink water on a hot day when the sun is out. Russell is playing with his water dish and a piece of food that is floating inside. As Russell plays Nana tells Mona that plants also need water on hot days and Nana and Mona go into the living room to water the plants. Nana also explains that plants need the sunshine as well so they can grow. Mona and Nana put the plant into the sunlight and head over to the chair for a story. Story Time-The Sunny Bunny's Sunny Day-With the Sunny Bunny we explore all the fun there is to be had on a Sunny day. After the story Mona puts her hat on and heads back out into the sun to play. When she arrives in the yard she finds Russell asleep in the sun. To protect him she carries him into his doghouse, but Russell will not fit inside. So to protect his tail from the sun Mona puts her hat on his bum. The doorbell rings and mom has come to pick Mona up.

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