Beatrice Bee and Summer Bugs

It was a warm summer day. Beatrice Bee decided she would go to the park. It was a beautiful day at the park. There were a lot of people there. It looked like they were enjoying themselves.

While at the park, Beatrice noticed a group of people swatting at some mosquitoes. The people looked like they were very annoyed.

“I feel sorry for those people,” said Beatrice Bee. “I didn’t realize mosquitoes were such a pest.”

A little while later, Beatrice Bee saw a group of people stomping on some spiders. The people looked like they were very annoyed.

“I feel sorry for those people,” said Beatrice Bee. “I didn’t realize spiders were such a pest.”

A little while later, Beatrice Bee saw a group of people shooing away some flies. The people looked like they were very annoyed.”

“I feel sorry for those people,” said Beatrice Bee. “I didn’t realize flies were such a pest.”

Beatrice Bee flew around the park. She saw a group of people looking at her. She remembered the people swatting at the mosquitoes, stomping on the spiders and shooing away the flies.

She didn’t want that to happen to her. She decided she would go to where there were no people. She didn’t want to get swatted, stomped on or shooed away.

“It is best that I give people their space,” said Beatrice. “I realize summer bugs can be pests and I don’t want to be one of them.”


 

Moral of this Story:

  • It is best to not be a pest.
  • Example: Beatrice Bee saw some summer bugs being pests and she didn’t want to be one.
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