"I'm thinking of the field-mouse," said the wood-mouse, with a deep sigh.
"Why, certainly, sir," replied the field-mouse respectfully.
The field-mouse was beside himself with joy over his new food, and thought that beech nuts tasted much nicer than acorns.
I will tell my cousin the field-mouse that he must take care of it.'
"You must get your wedding clothes ready this summer," said the field-mouse.
It is also in Germany and England, where it is called the field-mouse.
A mole was talking to a field-mouse of the charming effect of the lighting and decorations.
There was apparently no place of concealment for any object larger than a field-mouse.
Being unacquainted with geography, he knew no more about his position on the face of this globe than a field-mouse or a sparrow.
A field-mouse, that dwelt in the orchard, was seated near him.