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Kitty and Kat were walking down the road in search of Mice and they ran into Frog and Toad. The Cats asked them if they knew where the Mice were and Frog and Toad said they did not know. Kitty and Kat wandered on down the road. They met Hound and Dog on the way and, just like Frog and Toad, they too had not seen any Mice. As they went on, they reached an old tree where they met Ant and Flea who suggested Kitty and Kat try by the big cold sea. They met Polar and Bear when they reached the sea but even they had not seen Mice anywhere. As they went searching for Mice, Kitty and Kat met Buff and Low, Mule and Deer, Bunny and Rabbit, and no one knew where the Mice were. Would Kitty and Kat be able to find the Mice?
Kitty And Kat: MiceQuest (Kitty and Kat Adventure Series) by Robert Beals III is an adorable story of two cats going in search of mice and young readers are introduced to many animals and different places on the way in an entertaining way. The bright and colorful illustrations add to the charm of the story, breathe life into the characters, and give the animals a personality of their own, making them real, relatable, and memorable. The book is a good way to introduce children to animals and places in an enjoyable way. The book can be used for bedtime storytelling and children will enjoy the adventures of Kitty and Kat. It will also encourage them to visit fields, meadows, and parks and have a fun time outdoors with family and friends. Tutors can use it in classrooms to have interactive sessions with children and make learning exciting. I am sure all young readers must be waiting to read more about Kitty and Kat's adventures.