“B” is for Bee

Alphabet Allie was taking a walk through a park by the beach one warm summer day when she heard a bee buzzing in her ear.

“‘B’ is for beach, bee and buzzing,” said Alphabet Allie. “Why are you buzzing in my ear?”

“I like to bug people,” said the bee. ” ‘B’ is for bug.”

“You aren’t going to make any friends by doing that,” said Alphabet Allie. “I won ‘t want to be your buddy. ‘B’ is for buddy.”

“You have to be my buddy,” cried the bee. “Don ‘t forget. I am a bee and I can sting you.”

“You are just a bully,” said Alphabet Allie. “‘B’ is for bully. What is your name?”

“My name is Beatrice Bee,” said the bee. “What is your name?”

“My name is Alphabet Allie,” said Alphabet Allie. “I am one of the Storyland characters. “B’ is for Bed Tyme Tales.”

“It is nice to meet you,” said Beatrice Bee. “I would like to be a Bed Tyme Tales Storyboard character.”

“Maybe someday you could,” said Alphabet Allie. “I don’t think we have a bee character yet. What kind of bee are you?”

“I used to be a worker bee,” said Beatrice. “Now, I am a busy bee. “‘B’ is for busy.”

“I’ve never heard of a busy bee,” said Alphabet Allie. “What are you busy doing?”

“So far I am busy doing nothing,” said Beatrice.

“Aren’t you bored of doing nothing?” asked Alphabet Allie.”‘ B’ is for bored.”

“No,” said Beatrice. “I’m not bored. This is just the beginning of my new life. ‘B’ is for beginning.”

“Well,” said Alphabet Allie. “Welcome to Storyland. I hope you enjoy being here. ‘B’ is for being.”

“Thank you,” said Beatrice. “Bye for now. ‘B’ is for bye.”


Moral of this Story:

  • It is not nice to bully someone.
  • Example: Alphabet Allie did not like Beatrice Bee bullying her.
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