Good Night Kiss
Little Mia decided to ask her mom about how animals kiss good night. Her mom told her that each animal has a different way to show their love for one another.
One day, while reading a cute, funny children's book about animals, little Mia decided to ask her mom what the book said about how animals kiss good night. Her mom told her that each animal in the story used a different way to show their love for one another.

Mia asked her parents if she could ask the bookmark in her book to show her animals how they would kiss good night. The bookmark showed a huge, cute dog, a little mouse, a little monkey, a lion, a tiger, a giraffe, and a bear.

Mia asked the dog if he would show her how they would kiss good night. The dog leaned down on his front legs and growled playfully before doing a big, sloppy lick on Mia's cheek.
Mia asked the mouse if she would show her. The mouse scooted out from his hole and quickly scurried over to Mia's hand and nuzzled in between her fingers.
Mia asked the monkey to show her. The monkey clambered up onto Mia's back and wrapped his arms around her neck and chirped gently into her ear.

Mia asked the lion to show her. The lion pounced onto Mia's back and licked her cheeks gently.
Mia asked the tiger to show her. The tiger yawned before lying down with her head on Mia's shoulder.
Mia asked the giraffe to show her. The giraffe raised up on its long legs and looked at Mia with a curiously raised eyebrow before leaned in and nuzzled her with their snout.

Mia asked the bear to show her. The bear climbed down from his tree and gently licked Mia's cheek before starting to rub up and down her back.

After each of the animals showed Mia how they would kiss, she decided that it was time for bed. As she was falling asleep, she thought about how different animals have different ways that they show their love for one another to their friends and families.

The end.
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