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Once upon a time, there was a little rodent named Nibbles. He lived in a small burrow near a forest, where he spent his days gathering food and playing with his friends. Nibbles was a curious little creature, always eager to explore and learn new things.

One day, as Nibbles was wandering through the forest, he stumbled upon a group of older rodents who were discussing the upcoming winter. They were worried about how they would find enough food to survive the cold months ahead. Nibbles listened intently to their conversation and realized that he had never given much thought to the winter before.

Determined to learn more, Nibbles asked the older rodents if he could join them on their journey to find food for the winter. They agreed, and together they set out to collect nuts, seeds, and other items that could be stored for the long, cold months ahead.

As the weeks passed, Nibbles watched as his friends worked hard to gather as much food as possible. He saw how they carefully stored it away in hidden locations throughout the forest, and he learned from their wisdom.

But despite their best efforts, the winter came early that year, and the food supplies began to dwindle. Nibbles saw how his friends who didn't have as much collected grew weaker and weaker, as they struggled to find enough to eat. Some even died of hunger.

Nibbles was frightened by what he saw, but he knew that he had to keep going. He continued to gather food and store it away, even when his friends grew too weak to continue. And as the winter dragged on, Nibbles found himself relying more and more on the stores of food that he had collected.

Finally, when the spring arrived, Nibbles emerged from his burrow to find a world transformed. The snow had melted, the trees were green again, and the air was filled with the sounds of new life. Nibbles looked back on the long, hard winter, and he knew that he had learned a valuable lesson.

From that day forward, Nibbles vowed to always save up for the winter, knowing that it was better to be prepared than to risk dying of hunger.