Bystry Bunga, also known as Lwia straż Koloruj, czytaj, naklejaj Bystry Bunga (translated - The Lion's Guard Coloring, reading, stickers, Smart Bunga) is a book inspired by The Lion Guard that was released in Poland. It is a retelling of the book, Bunga the Wise.
Przeczytaj historię o przygodach Kiona i jego przyjaciół z Lwiej Straży, a następnie pokoloruj ulubionych bohaterów lub poszukaj ich wśród naklejek.
The Lion Guard are out in a storm trying to save some baboons. Bunga manages to scare them down by farting loudly in the tree. Kion then goes to speak with Mufasa as he considers the possibility of just using the Roar of the Elders to blast the rain away. However, Mufasa reminds him that the Pride Lands needs that water, and that a quick solution isn't always the best.
Soon, the Guard find themselves in a small river, and Ono finds out that the river is flooding. Bunga has an idea, and gets Beshte to push a rock into the water near some other rocks to block the water. It does and, when Bunga sees a leak, he pushes a stick in to sort out the problem. Kion isn't so sure that the plan will work. Rafiki tells everyone that 'honey badgers are the smartest animals' and Bunga rushes off to tell everyone. However, once Bunga has gone, Kion hears Rafiki finish his sentence with 'when they think first'.
When the rest of the Guard approach Hakuna Matata Falls, they see a large line of animals queueing up to see Bunga. Timon calls for everyone to get in line to see 'Bunga the Wise' whilst Pumbaa watches. Kion enters the tree and asks what's happening, and Bunga explains that he can help other animals.
Fuli is sceptical, though Beshte remains optimistic. But soon, they find themselves chasing down animals that have been given bad advice. They help an ostrich retrieve her head from the ground after Bunga has given her advice on how to avoid seeing hyenas. Then, Beshte saves the Bushbucks from eating pink flowers, which Bunga had told them were the most delicious when in fact they would make them sick.
Kion returns to Bunga and informs him that his bad advice is causing more problems, when suddenly the dam bursts. The animals run into a canyon, but when Bunga is asked for a solution, he can't provide them with one and instead tells them to turn to Kion. Kion calls for everyone to get behind him, and he unleashes a huge roar which stops the water.
The animals return to a pool that has opened up thanks to the roar, as Bunga prepares to dive in a mud patch. Just as he does so, Rafiki reveals the rest of his words. Bunga admits that maybe he's not so smart after all, and that he can live with that.
- This version of the story cuts a few illustrations from the book.
- Mbuni's image is still pasted twice.