No more does the mole who suffers for the sins of the meadow-mouse.
The meadow-mouse is very destructive to young trees, under cover of snow.
But let a meadow-mouse so much as move and it drops to the sward in an instant.
Father meadow-mouse would every now and then blow his nose and exclaim, "Well, singe my whiskers and twist my tail!"
Good Father meadow-mouse then covered him up carefully with the very warmest blanket from his own bed.
Oh, how the little meadow-mouse Children enjoyed dancing lessons!
The larger ones are the farmer's great protection against the meadow-mouse, the most destructive of all animals to farm crops.
Then he called to the meadow-mouse children to come out of their hiding places and told them the good news.
Time and again, from out of the whirling mass of entangled bodies, a meadow-mouse would spring to the door to escape.
The fox was more than a hundred yards away from the boys when Jack began to squeak like a meadow-mouse.