It was a cold and rainy day in Whitehorse, Yukon Territorry. The two tiny mice, Casper and Jasper, did not like the cold one bit. "We need to find a place inside", said Casper.
"But inside where?" asked Jasper.
"Inside there!" said Casper as he pointed to the house at 641 Gunby Road. A nice family lived in that house. There was a mother, a father, and two boys named Bob and George. When the door opened, the mice ran inside. Casper and Jasper ran down the hall, as fast as they could run. The Mice were looking for a place to hide. Suddenly Casper shouted, "In here, Jasper!" and the mice squeezed into a small opening. The mice soon found themselves between the walls of the house. "This will be our new mouse hole," said Casper.
"It is very warm and dry," said Jasper," but it's so empty. We need some things for our mouse hole. So that night, when everyone was asleep, Casper and Jasper went looking for things for the mouse hole (a thing is anything small enough for the mice to carry.). Casper and Jasper found a lot of things. The mice brought all of the things to the mouse hole. Casper said, "You never know when something will come in handy." So Casper and Jasper settled into their new home. From their mouse hole, they watched the family. The two mice liked to watch Bob and George the most of all. Sometimes, Casper and Jasper followed Bob and George into the kitchen. The mice had to watch...