´╗┐The theme song plays.

The Yetily Bookshop appears. Nina and Leon, two little mice, watch Yeti sleep inside. They run across a bookshelf and climb a pile a books. One of them falls on Yeti's head waking him up. He smiles, grabs the book and Nina and Leon sit on his arms.

It sings COME AND JOIN US IN THE
BOOKSHOP
WITH TWO LITTLE MICE
AND A BIG YETI
LET'S ALL SIT DOWN
FOR A STORY
THEY'RE READ FOR YOU AND ME

Nina and Leon say YETI TALES!
(giggling)

Today's episode is "The Little Giant Girl."

Leon and Nina sit next to Yetily in the bookstore.

Leon says COME ON, YETILY.
WE'RE READY.

Nina says YES, YETILY, TELL US A
STORY.

Yetily says ALL RIGHT, ARE YOU NICE AND
COMFORTABLE, LITTLE MICE?

Leon says YES!

Yetily says WELL, TAKE IT FROM A YETI, MY
STORY IS OVER FOR TODAY.

He closes a book and says GOODBYE, LITTLE MICE.

Nina says HEY, YETILY, YOU DIDN'T EVEN
READ THE BOOK.

Yetily says I DIDN'T?
OF COURSE I DID.
I READ THE STORY.
WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT?

Nina says NO, NO.

Leon says NO, NO, YETILY.

Nina says STOP MESSING AROUND, YETILY.
COME ON, TELL US THE STORY.

Yetily says OH, WELL, ALL RIGHT.
ARE YOU READY?

The mice say YES!

Yetily says MY STORY IS NOT ABOUT TO
BEGIN.

The mice say NO, COME ON, YETILY!

Yetily says MY STORY...

The mice say BEGIN!

Yetily says ALL RIGHT, HERE WE GO.

He reads the book cover.

He says THE LITTLE GIANT GIRL
BY PHILIPPE DUMAS.
(sighing)

Leon says LITTLE GIANT GIRL?
BUT IF SHE'S A GIANT, SHE CAN'T
BE LITTLE AS WELL.

Yetily says YES, THAT'S TRUE, BUT JUST
HOLD ON A MINUTE.

Nina says YES!

Yetily opens the book and reads ONCE UPON A TIME,
THERE WERE TWO CHILDREN WHO WERE
SO GOOD THAT THEY NEVER, EVER
BROKE ANYTHING AND NEVER USED
BAD LANGUAGE."

Nina says THERE'S NO SUCH THING.

Leon says WELL, SURE, LOOK AT US.
RIGHT, YETILY?

Yetily says WELL, YES.

Leon says WELL, JUST LOOK AT ME,
I'M GOOD.

Yetily flips the page and reads "THE LITTLE GIRL HAD
BLACK HAIR AND THE LITTLE BOY'S
HAIR WAS BLONDE.
BOTH HAD GLASS EYES AND THEIR
BODIES WERE MADE OF PLASTIC.
THEY LIVED WITH A GIANT GIRL WHO
LOVED THEM VERY MUCH, BUT WHO
SOMETIMES TREATED THEM A BIT
ROUGHLY."

Leon says I DON'T THINK THAT CAN
BE MUCH FUN AT ALL.

Yetily continues reading "THE HARDEST THING TO DEAL
WITH WAS THAT SHE NEVER, EVER
FED THEM.
EVERYTHING SHE DID WAS MAKE
BELIEVE.
AND, EVERY EVENING, EVEN BIGGER
GIANTS LOOKED AFTER HER TO GET
HER READY FOR BED."

Leon says WELL, THOSE GIANT PEOPLE ARE
JUST HER PARENTS.

Nina says THERE ARE MINI GIANTS, LITTLE
GIANTS AND BIG GIANTS.

Leon says AH, AND THE LITTLE GIANTS ARE
THE CHILDREN OF THE GIANTS AND
THE BIG GIANTS BECAUSE THEY ARE
LITTLE GIANTS, BIG GIANTS-- AND
MAYBE MIDDLE-SIZED GIANTS?
THAT'S A LOT OF GIANTS.

(all laughing)

Yetily says OH, LEON.

Yetily reads "THE TWO CHILDREN SLEPT NEXT TO
THE GIANT GIRL, ONE ON HER
RIGHT, ONE ON HER LEFT, OR
SOMETIMES, THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
THEN, AT MIDNIGHT, A VERY
STRANGE THING HAPPENED.
AS EVERYBODY WAS ASLEEP, IN THE
SILENCE OF THE NIGHT, THE LITTLE
GIANT GIRL SHRANK AND BECAME A
NORMAL-SIZED GIRL."

Surprised, Nina says HUH?

Yetily reads "THEN, SHE WOKE UP HER TWO
FRIENDS AND ALL THREE OF THEM
CREPT SOFTY DOWN THE STAIRS."

Leon says WHOA.

He points to the page and says SHE BECAME VERY LITTLE, JUST
LIKE HER DOLLIES.

Nina says JUST IMAGINE, YETILY, IF YOU
COULD BECOME LITTLE LIKE US,
WHAT FUN THAT WOULD BE.

Leon says OH, YES.

Yetily says WELL, ANYWAY, MY LITTLE MICE,
WHETHER WE'RE BIG OR SMALL, ALL
THIS HAS GIVEN ME AN APPETITE...
AN APPETITE FOR A BIG ADVENTURE!

The mice say OH, YEAH!
(giggling)

Yetily reads "THEY HAD A LITTLE
SNACK IN THE KITCHEN, WOKE UP
THE DOG AND OFF THEY WENT.
ALL THREE OF THEM WERE OFF ON AN
ADVENTURE."

Leon says RIGHT!
OFF WE GO!
(mice laughing)

Yetily reads WHAT FUN IT WAS TO BE
RUNNING IN THE WIND AT NIGHT.
WHILE CATCHING THEIR BREATH,
THEY POINTED OUT THE NORTH
STAR."

Leon says WHERE IS THE NORTH STAR?

Nina says WELL, IT'S USUALLY THE
BRIGHTEST STAR.
BUT ACTUALLY, I DON'T REALLY
KNOW.
WHEN I'M BIG, I'LL GET TO KNOW
ALL THE STARS IN THE SKY.

Leon says WHOA.

Yetily reads "NOT ALL THE GAMES
THE THREE FRIENDS PLAYED WERE
COMPLETELY QUIET, MUCH TO THE
OLD OWL'S DISPLEASURE."
(mice laughing)

Yetily reads "ON HOT NIGHTS, THEY JUMPED
RIGHT INTO THE WATER.
IT WAS A RATHER LARGE POND,
WHERE MALLARD DUCKS AND SINGING
FROGS LIKED TO GATHER."

Leon says MALLARDS MUST BE THE ONES
WITH THE GREEN NECK, LIKE THAT
ONE RIGHT THERE.

Yetily says YES, THAT'S RIGHT.
THE MALE HAS A GREEN NECK AND
THE FEMALE, A BIG APPETITE.
(laughing)

Nina says WHAT?
A BIG APPETITE?

Yetily says OH, WELL, I WAS JUST KIDDING.

The mice say AH.

Nina says YEAH, RIGHT.

Yetily reads "SOMETIMES, THE
LITTLE TRIO PADDLED TO THE
ISLAND IN A CANOE.
THERE, THEY WOULD LIGHT A FIRE
TO GUIDE BUTTERFLIES, IN CASE
THEY GOT LOST."

Nina says EVERYTHING THEY DO IS SO MUCH
FUN.
THEY RID ON THE DOGS BACK, LOOK
AT THE STARS, GO SWIMMING, AND
PADDLE THEIR SHOE CANOES.

Leon says WELL, THAT'S UNDERSTANDABLE.
THE LITTLE GIRL'S TINY, SO TINY,
SHE COULD EASILY FIT INTO A
SHOE.

Yetily says AND THAT'S NOT THE HALF OF
IT.

Yetily reads "THEY USUALLY ENDED UP AT THE
RABBIT'S HOUSE-- A VERY
WELCOMING FAMILY, WHO WOULD GIVE
THEM A CUP OF TEA OR EVEN A GOOD
OLD ONION SOUP."
MMM, I JUST LOVE ONION SOUP.
ESPECIALLY WITH CROUTONS IN IT
AND TOPPED WITH CHEESE.
AND IT MUST TASTE MUCH BETTER
WHEN IT'S SERVED UP BY RABBITS.
"UNFORTUNATELY, THE SANDMAN ALSO
ENJOYED DROPPING BY AT THE
RABBITS' HOUSE.
HE WAS AS DULL AS DITCH WATER.
HIS STORIES WOULD ALWAYS MAKE
YOU YAWN."

Yetily yawns and the mice laugh.

Leon says WELL, YOU'RE NOT LIKE THE
SANDMAN AT ALL, YETILY.
YOUR STORIES NEVER MAKE US YAWN.

Yetily says OH, THANK YOU, LEON.
HOW VERY NICE OF YOU TO SAY SO.

Yetily reads WELL, ANYWAY, "THE SUN WAS ABOUT
TO RISE.
IT WAS TIME TO GO BACK HOME.
ALL SORTS OF PREHISTORIC
MONSTERS CAME TO LIFE ON THEIR
WAY BACK."

Leon says OH, WHERE'S THE PREHISTORIC
MONSTER?

Nina points to an illustration in the book and says RIGHT THERE.

Leon says THAT'S NO MONSTER.
THAT'S A COW.

Yetily says FOR OUR LITTLE CREATURES, THE
COW'S SO HUGE THAT WE COULD CALL
IT A PREHISTORIC MONSTER.
BETTER WATCH OUT 'CAUSE ME, I'M
A (UNCLEAR) MONSTER!

(all laughing)
Yetily joyfully plays with them.

Yetily WHO'S TICKLISH?

Yetily reads "'COME ON, HURRY UP, LET'S GO.
THE CHICKENS ARE COMING OUT.
THE COCKEREL WILL BE CROWING
SOON.
HE'LL WAKE EVERYONE UP.'"

Nina says COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO!

Leon says COCK-A-DOODLE-DOO!

(mice laughing)

Yetily reads "ALSO, THE LITTLE
GIANT GIRL WAS STARTING TO GROW
BACK INTO A GIANT."

Nina says OH, NO.

Yetily reads "IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE, THEY
WERE BACK IN BED."

Nina says QUICK, QUICK.

Yetily reads "JUST IN THE NICK OF
TIME.
THE BIG GIANTS CAME INTO THE
BEDROOM TO SAY GOOD MORNING.

Nina gasps and says SHE GETS BREAKFAST IN
BED.
SO LUCKY!

Yetily says AND THERE YOU ARE, MY LITTLE
MICE.
TAKE IT FROM A YETI, MY STORY'S
OVER FOR TODAY.

Leon says THANKS, YETILY.

Nina says YOUR STORY WAS JUST A DREAM,
YETILY.

Yetily strokes their heads.

Leon says I THINK IT MUST BE REALLY
WONDERFUL TO BE A GIANT, THEN
VERY LITTLE, AND THEN A GIANT
AGAIN.

Yetily says YOU'D LIKE TO BE ALL THOSE
THINGS, EH?
OH, WELL, MY LITTLE MICE,
WHETHER BIG OR LITTLE, LITTLE OR
BIG, WE ALL HAVE FABULOUS
ADVENTURES TOGETHER.

Nina says YES, THAT'S TRUE.

Yetily places them on the window.

Yetily says WELL, NOW IT'S TIME TO GO
HOME, LITTLE MICE.
THE BOOKSHOP WILL BE OPENING
SOON AND NO ONE MUST CATCH A
GLIMPSE OF THE MINI GIANTS.

Nina says YES.

Yetily says SO, TIME TO GET GOING.
IF YOU DON'T...

Nina says DON'T WORRY, YETILY, WE'LL GO
QUICK AS WE CAN.

Leon says OR AS A SHOOTING STAR.

Nina says SEE YOU TOMORROW, YETILY.

Leon says SEE YOU TOMORROW, YETILY.

Yetily says SEE YOU TOMORROW, MY LITTLE
MICE.

They go out.

Yetily says AH, NOW FOR BEDDY-BYE.
(sighing)

(bell tinkling)

Yetily sits and children walk in looking for books.

A boy and a girl sit on Yetily to read as he has gone back to be a plush toy.

The end credits roll.