Eng / Hun
Hahahahahaha! Hehehehehehehe!!!!! Hahahahaha!
Hehehe-hehehe! HARHARHARHARHAR!!!!!!
Hahahahaha! Hahahaha-hehehehe!
Hello everyone! My name is Flutters! I’m a ladybird, as you can see. A LADYBIRD not a ladybug! I don’t like ladybugs! They’re all terrible gossips. Not like us, ladybirds! We are the smartest, most accomplished,
and I would add—if I weren’t too modest—the most beautiful of all insects.
It’s me again, Flutters. Please allow me to introduce Dolly.
Hehe! Dolly won’t talk to strangers,
so it’s up to me to introduce her to you.
- Murmurmurmur.
- You can tell them if you want!
- Murmurmurmur.
- I have to tell you, Dolly does like to nag.
- Murmurmur.
- As I said, Dolly really enjoys nagging.
- Murmurmur.
- Don’t expect ME to say that. You tell them.
They’re not strangers anymore.
Hah! Silly geese!
Why in the world should I introduce myself!?
Everyone knows me!
And I know everyone!
Nothing escapes my notice;
I see everything from my perch on the wall.
The whole world. Actually,
Flutters once told me about a whole new world
that lies outside the window.
But who’s going to believe her?
She’s just a silly ladybug!
Ahem-ahem. That is to say, grrrrr.
My name is Tiger, and I have stripes. Grrrr. Ahem-ahem, cough-cough.
That is to say, my NAME is Stripes and I AM a tiger. Ahem. Grrr. Ahem.
I’m not much for talking, only if you absolutely insist.
My name is Balthazar the Globetrotter, but everyone just calls me Captain. I didn’t like it at first, but I’m quite used to it by now.
My job is my life.
It’s my job to guard the secret cargo. I can’t tell you any more about it, because it’s a secret.
Mr. Rabbit
I’m sorry if my coat is a bit dirty, I was just fixing my car.
Yes, it’s quite true, I’m the only toy with a car of its own. It’s not a company car, either, no sir. I have my own car and garage.
It’s a great vehicle. 3 valves, automatic transmission, diesel engine. It’s practically problem-free. It can do 2 mph. On a sunny day. The crank gets stuck sometimes. No problems otherwise. Alright, so the crank gets stuck five to six times a day. Over ten times, if it happens to rain.
That’s all I wanted to say.
Oops, I almost forgot. Don’t believe a word Rabbit Number Two says! He doesn’t even own a car, or a garage for that matter! He lives in a BOX!
Rabbit Number Two
Boing! Boing! Boing!
Hello! I’m Rabbit Number Two, and this is the box where I live. No matter what anyone says, I’m the smartest toy around!
Let me give you a piece of advice: don’t you listen to Mr. Rabbit! All he cares about is that dumb car of his.
Life is so much better with built-in springs! Look here! Whoopee! Boing! Boing! Boing!
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Lídia Steiner
The illustrator hails from Pécs, Hungary. She has been drawing since childhood. She enjoys watercolors most. Her illustrations portray the world as seen through the eyes of a child.
Edit L. Molnár
Edit L. Molnár was born in Pécs, Hungary. She graduated at the University of Pécs, where she majored in ethnography and cultural anthropology. Although her interest in writing poems and children’s stories began in her childhood,
she wrote her first
storybook only after the
birth of her daughter.
She lives in Pécs with
her husband and two
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