|Sara looked out of her window one night, and she saw that there were no stars in the sky. Mr. Moon was in the sky, but no stars. Sara walked outside and stared at the night sky. She was depressed because there were no stars in the sky. "I wish there were some stars in the sky," she said. The magenta cat then looked at Mr. Moon and started to talk to him about this predicament. "Mr. Moon, there are no stars in the sky. What should I do?" she asked him.
"This isn't a problem," said Mr. Moon. "All nights start with no stars in the sky. To make the stars appear, I sneeze and stars come out of my mouth. So because I haven't yet sneezed, there are no stars in the sky yet. Would you like to help make me sneeze, Sara?" Sara was happy to hear this, and was ready to help. "Oh, I would love to," Sara said. "I've always wanted to see you sneeze, because I haven't seen you sneeze yet."
Sara climbed up the highest tree and went on the longest branch that was close enough to Mr. Moon. Sara tickled the moon's nose with her tail. Taking a deep breath, he did a big sneeze. Thousands of shiny stars shot out of his mouth and settled in the sky. The stars were out now. Mr. Moon sniffled and told his eternal friend, "Thank you, Sara."
Now that the stars were out, Sara could gaze at the stars every night.
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