The Lion and the Mouse with Words and Sounds

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The Lion and the Mouse:

The Lion and the Mouse

The Lion:

The Lion

The Mouse:

The Mouse

One day a lion was resting when a little mouse, who lived nearby, ran playfully over his back and down over his head to the ground. :

One day a lion was resting when a little mouse, who lived nearby, ran playfully over his back and down over his head to the ground.

The lion stirred and, reaching out, caught the mouse beneath his paw. “Mouse,” he said, “you have disturbed my sleep. I think I will eat you.” “Oh, pardon, my Lord,” said the mouse. “Please do not eat me. Perhaps, if you forgive me, someday I may be able to do something to help you.” :

Mouse, you have disturbed my sleep. I think I will eat you. The lion stirred and, reaching out, caught the mouse beneath his paw. “Mouse,” he said, “you have disturbed my sleep. I think I will eat you.” “Oh, pardon, my Lord,” said the mouse. “Please do not eat me. Perhaps, if you forgive me, someday I may be able to do something to help you.” Oh, pardon, my Lord! Please do not eat me. Perhaps , if you forgive me, someday I may be able to help you.

The lion laughed. “You, a little mouse, help me, the king of the beasts?”  He laughed again, but he lifted his paw, allowing the mouse to go free. With a hasty ‘thank you’, the mouse ran off before the lion could change his mind. :

The lion laughed. “You, a little mouse, help me, the king of the beasts?” He laughed again, but he lifted his paw, allowing the mouse to go free. With a hasty ‘thank you’, the mouse ran off before the lion could change his mind. You , a little mouse, help me, the king of the beasts? Thank you! Ho Ho Ho!

Over the next few days, the lion thought of the mouse often, but she kept well away from him. Sometimes he would laugh again at the thought of a little mouse helping the king of the beasts. :

Over the next few days, the lion thought of the mouse often, but she kept well away from him. Sometimes he would laugh again at the thought of a little mouse helping the king of the beasts. Ho Ho Ho ! A little mouse helping the king of the beasts!

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But even kings can get into trouble. One day the lion became caught in a net set by hunters. As he struggled to free himself, the net tightened and held him fast.

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As luck would have it, the mouse came running that way in search of food. Seeing the lion caught in the net, she called all her friends. They came and gnawed at the strands of rope. Before long, they had broken the net and the lion was free.

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Bowing, the lion thanked the mouse. “You were right,” he said. “Even the small and weak can help the strong and mighty.” Even the small and weak can help the strong and mighty.

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