Rabbit: What we need is another bee.
Mouse: Another bee? How are we going to do that? Why is Rabbit looking at me like that?
Mouse: (after Thunder smears honey on his feet) Honey, my favorite. (He licks off the honey)
Thunder: Mouse, that's for sticking you to the ground, not eating.
Mouse: Oh, sorry.
Rabbit: Time for a hop-think. The question is - how do we help Mouse stay on the ground so he can fly the flighty fly.
Mouse: Oh, my whiskers. Did you see that? I was almost gone with the wind.
Mouse: That flighty fly looks like more fun than a puddle of polliwogs.
Mouse: Have you ever really wanted to do something, but it seemed like you were just too small? That's what happened to me today. It all started with my friend Rabbit's new invention.
Mouse: So that's how we finally got to enjoy Batilda's story. Once we started thinking about why the bees were hanging around Edweena, we solved the problem. I guess sometimes it helps to look at things a new way.
Edweena: How's it going?
Thunder: Mouse looks just like a big bumblebee.
Thunder: Maybe bees only listen to other bees.
Mouse: Edweena left so we could hear the story, but now she can't hear it.
Rabbit: This isn't fair.
Mouse: They can't hear me over the bees!
Rabbit: What? Mouse, we can't hear you over the bees.
Rabbit: Just pretend the bees aren't here.
Mouse: I'll try, but their buzzing is really loud.
Edweena: Bees here. Here too. Yikes! More bees! They're everywhere.
Rabbit: Edweena, they're following you!