The old ones
He drinks poisoned water.
He gets eaten by a snake
He drowns in the stream.
He uses his new powerful legs and leaps across the river.
The great eagle picks him up and flies him over the river.
He floats across the river on a leaf with Magic Frog.
He has become blind, so he cannot find food or drink in order to survive.
He has become deaf, so he cannot find food or drink in order to survive.
He has lost his sense of touch and is unable to feel for his food.
He leads him to a green pasture with lots of grass and a pond filled with water.
He gives him his eyesight by naming the bison Eyes-of-a-Mouse.
He takes him on his journey with him, and is his eyes to find him food and water.
An eagle picks him up and flies him to the mountains.
Jumping Mouse hops along under the bison.
The bison gives him a ride, on his back, to the mountains.
The wolf lost his sense of smell because he was lazy and proud and misused it.
The wolf can't help him find his way, because he does not know the way to the mountains.
The wolf lost his eyesight and cannot see his way to the desert.
Jumping Mouse named him Nose-of-the-Mouse because of his tiny nose.
The mouse named him Nose-of-the-Mouse because Jumping Mouse gave him his sense of smell.
He names him Nose-of-the-Mouse because the wolf wants his nose.
He is unselfish
He is small
He is fierce
The wolf gives Jumping Mouse a ride
Jumping Mouse helps the bison.
Magic Frog gives Jumping Mouse his name.
A place where there is no life
A place where there are many rivers
A place where little or no rain falls
To be grown up
To be satisfied
To be popular