Little Bear: Moon food. This looks like a good lunch for a little bear.
Little Bear: (echoing) Everything's so strange. I must be on the moon! Note: The moon looks a lot like the Earth.
Little Bear: Maybe some birds fly to the moon and maybe I can fly like a bird.
Mother Bear: And maybe you're a little, fat bearcub with no wings and no feathers. Maybe if you jump up, you'll come down very fast, with a big plop.
Little Bear: Maybe... but maybe not. I'm going now. Just look for me up in the sky.
Mother Bear: Be back for lunch!
Mother Bear: Boo!
Little Bear: Oh. I found you!
Mother Bear: No, I found you.
Duck: I found you, Frog.
Frog: You can't find what isn't lost.
Little Bear: I'm still cold.
Mother Bear: My Little Bear, you have a coat, you have a hat, you have snow pants. Do you want a fur coat too?
Little Bear: Yes. I want a fur coat too.
Mother Bear: All right, Little Bear. Give me your hat. Give me your coat. Now the snow pants. There.
Little Bear: My own fur coat. (giggles)
Little Bear: I want something to wear in the snow.
Mother Bear: Ah. All right. Close your eyes and I'll make you something to put on.
Little Bear: (closes eyes and imitates sewing machine) What are you making for me, Mother Bear?
Mother Bear: No peeking.
Neena Beber is the writer for all three stories.
The three stories in this episode, along with "Gone Fishing" from the second episode are all available on the "Meet Little Bear" VHS release. This VHS includes a brief interview with Maurice Sendak.