The story starts out with the beautiful wedding of a mature mouse-couple. All is perfect, except for the concerning question that her parents have: "Last name of Ology?" How can their daughter be happy with such a surname. None-the-less, the joy for this young couple is the expectation of little mouselings to be born to them. When this does not happen when they anticipated, problems start between the couple. Finally, when six mouselings are born, the question of naming them becomes a problem. After all, what can you name six mouselings with the last name of "Ology?"
As the mouselings grow into very smart young mice, they also exhibit strong, individualized interests. These interests over-take their lives to the exclusion of all else. As a result isolationism takes root; family relationships and social relationships suffer.
Ah, but in the end, all is well when one of life's little twists comes to the rescue.
This is a story meant to be enjoyed by the young, and the not-so-young, reader.