In Mrs. Huna's science class, students have been learning about specific animals and what they have in common with humans. The students will be headed to a farm to pick out the animals on the farm to bring back to the school.
Mrs. Huna's then decided to take the animals outside for some exercise, and Jandy discovered something she didn't even know about herself.
She ran over to Mrs. Huna's, cheerfully and full of energy, and asked if she could maybe take some of the animals home to study a bit closer. Mrs. Huna's thought it would be a great idea and allowed Jandy to take home a few.
When Jandy arrived home she was so thrilled. She found out that she was able to communicate with the animals and even began to speak English with them. The animals and Jandy became best friends and enjoyed being together.
The next morning in class Mrs. Huna's noticed how attached Jandy was to the animals. Mrs. Huna's began questioning Jandy. She was wondering why Jandy was so upset that the animals had to go back. Mrs. Huna's was not putting up with Jandy's arguing.
Jandy then told Mrs. Huna's about how she could speak to the animals and how they would speak back. After all the arguing and disbelief, Jonah the rabbit, stood up and started dancing and singing in joy. The entire class was surprised.