By Kathleen Bullock
Mitzi, a tender mouse, resents the presence of her new sister Fifi till she involves like having her round.
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But we found no sign of Mum or the rest of the kids. We looked everywhere, flying from one part of the forest to another. ―I could tell that my father regretted more and more each day that he had not even tried to rescue them. He stopped hunting for a while and just moped about. Worst case of the gollymopes I‘d ever seen. I was really hungry. You have to understand, I was younger than you are now. I had no hunting skills. ―But it was something worse than just the gollymopes with Da. He had this terrible anger.
Like black diamonds with a fierce sparkle at their very center. Nyra peered out of the hollow and saw the last scraps of the night dissolving into the gray of the new day. ―It is nearing twixt time. Go to sleep now, my little hatchling. I am proud of you. ‖ But deep in Nyra‘s gizzard there was a tremor of doubt. She did not know why. It made no sense. She had seen the dark glitter in those eyes so like Kludd‘s. He was her perfect hatchling and yet she thought, There is something too sweet in this lad’s gizzard, something too sweet.
They dug holes to live in, much preferring a ground hollow to one in a tree. ―Well, he‘ll be pleased with that when he wakes up,‖ her father replied. ―I hope it‘s soon,‖ said Kalo. ‖ ―Screaming about scrooms and crows,‖ her mother added. ―Crows are what got him, I think. ‖ ―And to think he was being attacked in the sky right above us and we didn‘t even know it,‖ the father said for the third time. ―Harry‖—his mate, Myrtle, looked at him—―what could we have done, really? We have no idea how many crows there were.
A Surprise for Mitzi Mouse Illustrated, for Pre-School kids by Kathleen Bullock