“Hello little bee,” said Stephanie, a five year old girl, who was playing in the park.
“Stephanie,” a voice said from behind her. “Don’t go near the bee. It might sting you.”
“My name is Beatrice Bee,” said Beatrice Bee. “I promise I won’t sting Stephanie.”
“Tiki Bug,” said Stephanie. “What are you doing here?”
“I am here to make sure you are safe,” said Tiki Bug.
“Thank you,” said Stephanie. “But I am safe.”
“I have done a lot of traveling,” said Beatrice, taking a good look at Tiki Bug. “But, I have never seen a bug like you before.”
“I am very rare,” said Tiki Bug. “I show up when Stephanie is in danger.”
“That is incredible,” said Beatrice. “It is a pleasure meeting you.”
“My name is Tiki Bug,” said Tiki Bug. “It is a pleasure meeting you as well.”
“It looks like you have a new friend,” said Stephanie, smiling.
“Yes I do,” said Tiki Bug, seeing, Stephanie smiling.
Tiki Bug smiled too because now she had a new friend.
“My job is done for this time,” said Tiki Bug, disappearing.
“Where did Tiki Bug go?” asked Beatrice.
“She always disappears when I smile,” said Stephanie. “She knows I am safe. She will be back when she thinks I am in danger.”
“It is good that you have a friend like that,” said Beatrice.
“Yes it is,” said Stephanie.
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