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Let’s Eat!

Written and Illustrated by Mrs. Chiang & Ms. Williams’ Kindergarten Class 2012-2013


Special thanks to Mr. Ziebarth for giving us the opportunity to let our creativity reach beyond our AP English classroom at Fountain Valley High School. -

Brenda Erickson & Lindsay Chiang 2012-2013


Rumble, rumble went a hungry cat’s tummy. “I think it’s time for dinner. Soup? Salad? Sardines? Hmm.... where is that mouse?”

Written by Lindsay Chiang Illustrated by Brenda Erickson


Written by Lindsay Chiang Illustrated by Brenda Erickson

Cat slinked to Mouse’s house. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked left, Cat looked right, up, down, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he stepped on a seashell. That got him thinking. . . as he got hungrier and hungrier.


Cat crawled to the beach. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked underneath the waves, Cat looked inside a bucket, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he stepped on some tokens. That got him thinking. . .

Written and Illustrated by Mariah Silva


Written and Illustrated by Kevin Ly

Cat ran to Chuck E. Cheese. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the skeet ball game, Cat looked by Deal or No Deal, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he tripped on a few Legos. That got him thinking. . . while licking his chops.


Cat took a car to Lego Land. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked to the side, Cat looked up, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he found a soccer ball. That got him thinking. . .

Written and Illustrated by Jose Zambrano


Cat took a bus to the park. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the tree, Cat looked by the sand, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he found Mickey Mouse ears. That got him thinking. . .

Written by Natasha Garcia Illustrated by Jose Zambrano


Cat rode a scooter to Disneyland. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked in a ride, Cat looked in Small World, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he saw movie tickets. That got him thinking. . . even as he smacked his lips.

Written by Tamara Huynh Illustrated by Natasha Garcia


Cat took a bus to the movie theater. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the side, Cat looked by the movie theater, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he tripped on a gift card. That got him thinking. . . Written by Jason Ny Illustrated by Tamara Huynh


Cat skipped to the mall. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked inside, Cat looked on the wall, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he discovered a bag of clothes. That got him thinking. . . as his tummy grumbled.

Written by Derek Ngo Illustrated by Jason Ny


Cat took a car to the cruise. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked in a bedroom, Cat looked by the buffet, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he found a theme park map. That got him thinking. . . Written by Daisy Duarte Illustrated by Derek Ngo


Cat took a bus to Adventure City. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the snack stand, Cat looked by the puppet show, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he slid on a sled. Written by Margarita Garcia Illustrated by Daisy Duarte That got him thinking. . . as he drooled.


Cat took an airplane to the mountains. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by in the snow, Cat looked next to the snowman, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he found an airplane ticket. Written by Bradley Phung Illustrated by Margarita Garcia That got him thinking...


Written by Jesus Aguilar Illustrated by Bradley Phung

Cat took a Star Wars ship to New York City. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked in Central Park, Cat looked on the sidewalk, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he ran into a Clone Tank. That got him thinking‌


Cat took a Lamborghini to Universal Studios. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the dinosaur’s mouth, Cat looked by the mummy, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he spotted a SeaWorld ticket. That got him thinking. . .

Written by Tien Nguyen Illustrated by Jesus Aguilar


Cat took a race car to SeaWorld. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the fish tank, Cat looked by the Atlantis ride, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he tripped on a beaker. Written by Kailey Huynh Illustrated by Tien Nguyen That got him thinking. . . as his stomach roared.


Cat took a car to the Discovery Science Center. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked up the telescope, Cat looked by under the parachute, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he stepped on animal footprints. Written by Alyssa Menchaca That got him thinking. . . while his belly gurgled. Illustrated by Kailey Huynh


Cat took a bus to the zoo. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the lion’s tail, Cat looked by the zebra, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he ran into a rocket ship. That got him thinking. . .

Written by Andrew Nguyen Illustrated by Alyssa Menchaca


Written by Melinda Rose Illustrated by Andrew Nguyen

Cat took a rocket to the moon. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the green alien, Cat looked up to the stars, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he went under a bathing suit. That got him thinking. . .


Written by Jason Camarena Illustrated by Melinda Rose

Cat walked to a water park. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by a water slide, Cat looked by the floaties, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he passed by a soccer ball. That got him thinking. . . as his body ached for food.


Cat took a skateboard to a soccer game. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked by the goal, Cat looked by the grass, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he was poked by a needle. That got him thinking. . .

Written by Edgar Hernandez Illustrated by Jason Camarena


Cat took a bike to the doctor’s office. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked on the table, Cat looked under the chair, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he jumped on a basketball. That got him thinking. . .

Written by Anahi Ramos Illustrated by Edgar Hernandez


Cat took a time machine to a basketball game. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked inside a basketball, Cat looked in the hoop, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, he saw a coconut tree. Written by Benjamin Nguyen Illustrated by Anahi Ramos That got him thinking. . .


Cat took a motorcycle to the jungle. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked through the trees, Cat looked by the monkeys, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving a bowling ball fell on his head. That got him thinking. . . as he became weak from hunger.

Written by Angela Alvarez Illustrated by Benjamin Nguyen


Cat took a train to the bowling alley. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked in the shoes, Cat looked by the pins, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, party hats fell on his head. Written by Kevin Hernandez That got him thinking. . . as he dreamt about food. Illustrated by Angela Alvarez


Cat took a jet pack to Party City. Where can Mouse be? Cat looked through the costumes, Cat looked by the balloons, and all around, but Mouse was nowhere to be found! As Cat was leaving, the cashier handed him a menu. That got him thinking. . . Written by Brenda Erickson & Lindsay Chiang Illustrated by Kevin Hernandez


Written by Brenda Erickson Illustrated by Lindsay Chiang

Cat rode a limo to Ruby’s on Huntington Beach pier. When Cat walked through the door, he found a trail of Mouse’s footprints. He dashed along the path, eyes wide searching for that mouse. And then, Cat spotted Mouse. . . “YUMMY FOR MY TUMMY!”


“Let’s eat!” Illustrated by Brenda Erickson


Cecil B. DeMille Elementary School Kindergarten Class Alyssa Menchaca, Anahi Ramos, Andrew Nguyen, Angela Alvarez, Benjamin Nguyen, Bradley Phung, Daisy Duarte, Derek Ngo, Edgar Hernandez, Jason Camarena, Jason Ny, Jesus Aguilar, Jose Zambrano, Kailey Huynh, Kevin Hernandez, Kevin Ly, Mariah Silva, Melinda Rose, Natasha Garcia, Tamara Huynh, Tien Nguyen, & Margarita Garcia with Lindsay Chiang & Brenda Erickson

Let's Eat  

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