Man with the Yellow Hat: It's a very warm day today, George.
Narrator: Said the man with the yellow hat.
Man with the Yellow Hat: Why don't we take the day off and go to the beach? We haven't gone swimming for a long time.
Narrator: They got into their little blue car and drove off. It was very crowded. There was a parking space very close to the beach. George was dangerous to run off.
Man with the Yellow Hat: I'm going to change into my trunks!
Narrator: Said the man.
Man with the Yellow Hat: Don't get into trouble. I'll see you on the beach in a while.
Narrator: George looked around, (Curious George jumps down) there were people having fun in the water. A lady in a blue dress was with her grandson and was carrying a beach chair.
Boy: Look, Grandma! There's a monkey!
Narrator: Said a little boy pointing at George. George waved to the boy and walked on. (Curious George runs past) Thereby, a few of boys and girls were playing volleyball. George wanted to play with them. But they kept pushing to the side. George looked up at the net. He leaped up onto it and then, when the ball came its way, he grabbed it. What fun! Then he jumped way over ahead with the ball and landed on the sand.
Player #1: Hey! That's not the way to play volleyball!
Narrator: Someone shouted.
Player #2: Give us back the ball!
Narrator: Another player cried. They started to chase him. George dropped the ball and ran as fast as he could. Now where can it go? Further down the beach, he saw a lifeguard tower. While the lifeguard was pulling his old boat out of the water, George climbed up the ladder to the tower. On the platform over him was a pair of binoculars and a whistle hanging from the string. The lifeguard will blow the whistle, then anyone had gotten trouble. George picked up the binoculars and looked through them. Everything seems so close, there was a wooden pier. Nobody seemed to be on it except the boy who had seen with his grandma. She was asleep in her beach chair. George kept looking through the binoculars. The boy was running so fast, he didn't even notice that two boards were missing. There was a wide open space where he can fall through. George put down the binoculars and blew the lifeguard's whistle. He leaped down from the tower and leaped up to the pier. Just as he about to fall through it, George grabbed it. The lifeguard had heard the whistle and ran over to the pier, then the grandma rushed over, followed by the man with the yellow hat.
Lifeguard: If it wasn't for you, George. This little boy would've been in real trouble.
Narrator: Said the lifeguard.
Lifeguard: You sure are a brave little guy.
Boy's Grandma: We're gonna make you a honorary lifeguard here at the beach.
Narrator: Then the grandma picked up George and gave him a big hug.
Boy's Grandma: Thank you so much! You saved my grandson's life!
Narrator: She said. Then she turned to the man with the yellow hat.
Man with the Yellow Hat: Would you have something to eat with us?
Narrator: So they all went to have lunch on the beach. There were lots of sandwiches, a whole made apple pie, some ice cream and chocolate cake.
Boy's Grandma: A hero deserves good meal.
Narrator: Said the lady, and George agree. After lunch, George and his friend got into their little blue car and drove back home. (the car drives away)