|Pep's Big Adventure
Author: J. A. MacKillop PM
A cute little story about a kitten that I wrote for English class over the summer. Enjoy!Rated: Fiction K - English - Humor/Friendship - Words: 306 - Reviews: 3 - Published: 01-26-13 - Status: Complete - id: 3095521
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Pep's Big Adventure
A children's story
It was a cold, wet day in the big city, and no one seemed to take any notice of a soggy cardboard box labelled "Free Kittens!"
The only kitten left inside was a tiny black kitten with a white stripe down its back. The owners of the mother cat had started calling him Pep, after Pepé le Pew. Pep had had enough of sitting in the cold rain all alone, so he clambered out of the ruined box and set off down the street.
His nose led him to a small bakery on the corner of the street. It wasn't easy to get there, though. The rain was cold, and Pep's fur flopped into his eyes. His paws were numb with cold, but he didn't notice. The smell of baking bread drifted through the damp to tickle his nose, and Pep followed it right to the door.
The next time the door opened, Pep squeezed in between a man's big shiny shoes. He snuck up to the counter, hoping to find a few bites of warm bread left on the floor. But there was none, and poor Pep had to dodge the bakers broom when she saw him!
"Rat!" she yelled, swinging at him. The baker was short-sighted, but Pep meowed at her, and finally she realised that he was a kitten, not a rat. The baker scooped up the soaked kitten and dried him off, and after that Pep lived in the bakery, eating bread and keeping the real rats away.
Well, this is waay shorter than I expected. But I could totally make a picture book out of it :) what do you think? I wrote this over the summer for an English project. Please leave a review and let me know!