Children's comedy about a grandpa who can magically shrink. Miss Smiley is running a make-and-do workshop for children at her cafe.
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-Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!
Catch me if you can!
Come down, Grandpa!
'Sunnysands is our favourite place in the world.
'There's the beach and Mr Whoops' toy shop,
'Mr Mentor's lighthouse,
'Bob's boat in the harbour,
'and Miss Smiley's cafe.'
'We've always loved staying at the Mill on the Marsh
'with our Auntie Jules and Uncle CJ cos we get to ride in Campo.
'We get to sail up in the river in Queenie, Uncle CJ's boat.
'All the way to Sunnysands.'
'But most of all because we get to play with Grandpa.'
..to the rescue!
'Before we came to the Mill for the whole summer,
'we came to stay in the spring holidays,
'when Jemima was home from college.'
-So, we've got felt.
We've got ribbons.
Some old hats!
-I'm bringing my pencil tin.
-This is great, we've got so much stuff.
It's going to be amazing.
'Today, she was going to be helping with a special Sunnysands event
'at Miss Smiley's Cafe.'
Spring bonnet. What do you think?
Jemima, you're so cool(!)
'Yes, we were about to set off for...'
Hurry up cos I've got to get back here to
prepare for the egg hunt later.
-Did I hear someone say "egg hunt"?
-Yes, Grandpa. The children
-are coming back here for an egg hunt and a party.
-I wish I could come to the Make and Do Day.
-But you can't because
YOU are helping ME with sandwiches. Come on, or we're going to be late.
You've got your work cut out because Belinda Lucinda's
-going to be there.
'Belinda Lucinda spoils everything.'
ALL: Belinda Lucinda!
Poor Jemima. If Belinda Lucinda's going to be there
she's going to need my help.
-Not the shrinking cap, Grandpa!
Catch me if you can!
'When Grandpa shrinks he can run really fast. Like this.
'And this. And this.
'He can get into things.
'He can get under things.'
'But most amazing of all is that his magic can make things go!'
'Like my helicopter.'
'And our cousin Jason's plane.'
'Sometimes he chuffs about in the Sunnysands' train.
'And he can even make my Mrs Ostrich fly.'
'Oh, yes, Grandpa can get anywhere he likes.'
'But today he was coming with us in Josh's pocket.'
Hurry up, you two. Grandpa gone for a little lie down, eh?
To get out of making the sandwiches, I guess. Come on!
'I picked up my pencil tin and ran!'
'So, off we all went in Campo
'to Miss Smiley's Cafe and Jemima said...'
'I hope Belinda Lucinda doesn't spoil everything.'
'And Uncle CJ said...'
'Oh, I'm sure she won't, Jemima.'
'But Uncle CJ was wrong.'
'At Miss Smiley's Cafe, before long everyone had settled down
'to make their springtime things.
'But Belinda Lucinda was not happy.
'She was doing this.'
'Grandpa was watching and he didn't like what he saw.
'My friend Connor and I were making egg cosy chicks.'
-Aw, little Connor needs help with the glue.
Don't be nasty, Belinda Lucinda.
'Some of the others were making bonnets and hats.'
-Those are rubbish.
-No, they're not.
-Mine's the best.
'I was with Rosie and Emily and we were making little puppet bunnies.'
They're magic bunnies to go inside the chocolate eggs.
-I love the idea of magic bunnies.
-Huh! Whoever heard of a magic bunny!
Don't be mean, Belinda Lucinda. Concentrate on your lovely bonnet.
'Belinda Lucinda grabbed some feathers and Connor said...'
-Hey, I was going to use them.
-Hard luck. I got there first.
You need to share, Belinda Lucinda.
'Grandpa couldn't just stand by and watch for a moment longer.'
'So, he jumped off the shelf...
'ran across the floor...
'climbed up the table leg...'
'And hid behind my pencil tin.
'Belinda Lucinda was drawing a picture of a chick
'to stick on her bonnet.'
I need crayons!
'She had her eye on my tin.
'Grandpa got away just before she grabbed it.'
(That was close.)
-Belinda Lucinda, you should learn to ask nicely.
Right, time for action.
'And Grandpa jumped back on to the table.'
'Just then, Miss Smiley came in with the chocolate eggs.'
All right, everyone.
Here are the eggs and we're going to put the little magic bunnies
-you've all made inside them.
-Huh! Magic bunnies?
'Everyone was getting really fed up with Belinda Lucinda.
'But then, Mr Whoops came in with a basket of bits and went...'
'Everyone went to help Mr Whoops.
'Except Belinda Lucinda, of course.
'She went to see if she could use any of his bits and bobs.'
'Grandpa ran across the table to the crayon tin.
'And everyone was so busy they didn't see him
'push it back to my place.'
Quick, Grandpa, hide!
'Just then, Belinda Lucinda came back to the table.'
Who moved the pencil tin?
Not me, I was helping Mr Whoops.
Well, somebody did. It can't just move on its own.
'Then, she grabbed it.'
-Don't grab it, Belinda Lucinda.
-But I'm using it! And she took it!
You were the only one here. You must have done.
Come in here with me and calm down. Come on.
'Jemima took Belinda Lucinda to the storeroom to calm her down.'
Right, we can all start putting our little magic bunnies
into our eggs now.
Magic bunnies are just stupid.
We'll see about that.
'While everyone else went to the counter, I had a word with Grandpa.'
-What's the plan, Grandpa?
-Who says bunnies can't be magic, eh?
I'm going to need your help. Pass me your bunny.
I'm getting in the bunny and I'm going in an egg.
'And Grandpa crawled into the little bunny.'
'Everyone had put a bunny into the half egg.
'Miss Smiley put the other half on top and Mr Whoops wrapped it up.'
Here's one for Belinda's egg.
'Luckily, Miss Smiley didn't notice Grandpa's feet.'
'Mr Whoops wrapped the egg in yellow paper
'and just then, Belinda Lucinda came back.'
We've put your rabbit in an egg for you, dear.
It's the yellow one. Just so you know when it comes to the egg hunt.
I don't care about magic bunnies or egg hunts
or girls who move pencil tins.
I hate Miss Smiley's Make and Do Day!
'Uncle CJ came to take us home.
'So, off we went through the country lanes,
'over the bridge,
'through the ford,
'and back to the Mill on the Marsh.
'We were looking forward to the party with all our friends
'and the egg hunt.
'We were hoping Belinda Lucinda wouldn't spoil that.'
'Uncle CJ had got everything ready
'and soon Jemima had hidden all the eggs.'
Keep looking, there's plenty to find.
-Well done, Dad, you've done a great job. Did Grandpa help?
Grandpa's been having the longest lie down ever.
-I haven't seen him all day.
-'At that moment, we heard...'
Found it! Found my egg! I'm first!
'And Belinda Lucinda skipped off into the courtyard.'
She's in for a big surprise.
'Josh was right. Belinda Lucinda sat all by herself, eating her egg.
'Then, she said...'
Who needs a magic bunny? I just want to eat all the chocolate.
-Oh, you do, do you?
Who said that?
'Belinda Lucinda couldn't believe her eyes.
'Was this a magic bunny, after all?'
-Yes, it's me, the magic bunny.
-But magic bunnies are rubbish.
-We're not rubbish. Tell me, are you having a nice time?
-I'm having a horrid time!
-Well, you know what?
People who don't share properly or be nice to everyone else
always end up having a horrid time.
So, if I were you, I'd say sorry to everyone
and be nice for the rest of the day.
-OK. I'll try. I really will.
And the first thing you do is give me to Elsie
and say sorry for accusing her of moving the tin,
which she didn't.
Right. I will.
'So, Belinda Lucinda gave Grandpa, in a bunny, in an egg, to Elsie.'
You can have my bunny and the chocolate.
I'm really sorry I was horrid. I know you didn't move the tin.
'And Elsie ran inside with Grandpa as fast as she could.
'And Belinda Lucinda was nice to everyone - at last!'
Cap off, Grandpa - quick!
We did it, we taught Belinda Lucinda a lesson.
Well, you did it, Grandpa.
I couldn't have done it without your help. Teamwork, I call it.
Oh, Grandpa, you're up. You missed the egg hunt. Everyone's gone home
except for Belinda Lucinda. She's waiting for her mum.
-Did you have a lovely day?
-I did in the end because a magic bunny
-taught me how to.
-Oh? How's that?
You have to be kind to people and learn how to share.
I gave my bunny to Elsie.
I know, you can have this, Grandpa.
It's springtime and as part of the seasonal celebrations, Miss Smiley is running a make-and-do workshop for children at her cafe. Elsie and Josh go along and as Jemima is home for the holidays, she is helping Miss Smiley. When Grandpa discovers that the dreadfully spoilt Belinda-Lucinda is going to be taking part he decides to shrink and go too.
At the cafe, the children are making little chicks, Easter bonnets and little bunnies to go inside special chocolate eggs. True to form, Belinda-Lucinda is soon spoiling everyone's fun and when the party moves to the meadow by the Mill on the Marsh, her behaviour gets worse and worse. Grandpa has to disguise himself as an Easter bunny so that he talk to Belinda-Lucinda and make her see the error of her ways.