While playing dress-up, Punky and Niamh decide to put on a play for Mum, Con and Cranky. One by one, the family members get dragged into the play.
Punky discovers that Cranky used to ride horses, which sounds like fun! Cranky tells Punky if she can find a horse she'll teach her to ride, so Punky does what she can to get a horse for herself.
To avoid Mrs Nolan boasting about a trophy she won for baking the best cake, Cranky pretends to be ill. Along comes Doctor Punky, with her doctor's bag, and she knows what's best for Cranky!
Punky wants to dance, but first Mum tells her to brush her hair, then Cranky tells her to get a blanket, and then Con tells her to help with his homework. Poor Punky wonders if she'll ever get a chance to dance.
Mum's friend Mairead gives Punky a present: a tin whistle. Punky loves it, but she's not exactly an expert. Punky is going to need a lot of practice before she can play properly.
Punky's father invites her to go to the cinema, but she already had plans with Nina to swim in the pool. She tries to convince him to go along with them.
Punky is the only one in the house who likes rain very much, but her favourite phenomenon does not appear. She won't give up until she finds a rainbow.
Punky helps her mother clean the house, but accidentally ends up vacuuming some dolls.
Punky goes to sleep in her father's new house, but she finds the new bed strange. After returning to their mother's house, they try to find a solution to this.
Punky and her friend Niamh learn the importance of brushing their teeth in a funny way with Cranky.
Punky's mother's visit to the hairdresser ends badly when Punky does not approve of the new look and thinks that her mother is no longer the same.
Lindsay J. Sedgwick
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