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The Case of the Cereal Robber

(The Kitten Files #3)

4.26  ·  Rating details ·  39 ratings  ·  17 reviews
"I'm Mia.
I know how to write.
Why's that a big deal?
Because... I'm a cat."

When Keith is called upon to catch a pair of serial robbers breaking into nearby houses, he's utterly stumped. Why would anyone break into houses, but not steal anything? Why would they eat a bowl of cereal while they're at it? With Keith and the police just a text-message away, Mia decides to put her
Paperback, 74 pages
Published June 28th 2018 by Independently published
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Kate Willis
I’m so bad at keeping up on series, and this one is no exception. XD I let myself get two books behind, but last week I decided it was high time to catch up. (An accidental month of Kindle Unlimited does help, too. XD ) Man, I had forgotten how downright hilarious and accurate Mia is! Seriously. XD I especially loved how crazy she thought Keith was when he got wet in the rain AND took a shower afterward. Such a classic cat. I highlighted so many hilarious quotes. :D

While this book didn’t have as
Rebekah Morris
3.5 stars
Oh me, Mia is back again, and just as cat-like as ever. This was another delightful read full of humor and excitement. This was probably my least favorite of the series so far, but I still enjoyed it. Even if I don't like cats.
It's been far too long since I've enjoyed a Mia story. After finishing some training that left me needing something light-hearted, I picked up this story.

This was so fun and cute. Lots of funny cat action and of course, so much to laugh about, and a mystery.

In this one of those wonderful stories that you could hand even to a young child and allow them to read it, knowing there isn't anything objectionable in it. Yet, even adults like me will get a great kick out of the story.

I will say that the
Sarah Grace Grzy
Sep 20, 2018 rated it really liked it
So cute! Can't wait for book 4! :D
This series is the best! :D And I love the new cover designs!

The case if cracked again! I don't even know what to say other than that! These books are so good; Mia and Keith's conversations are hilarious!
I have been looking forward to this ever since book two came out. Not to disappoint, Mia was just as hilarious as ever. I found myself laughing out loud, which I rarely do at books. I can't say much more without giving spoilers.
But comedy books are not supposed to end that dramatically. I was on the edge of my seat. I hope the next book is coming soon.

My favorite quote: "It was gone, somewhere behind the dust bunnies and the spoon that had lived here longer than I had."

And this one: "Why people
Angie Thompson
Another interesting case...

There were some fun moments here--the banter between Mia and Keith (as usual); Mia's cat-like perspective on everything (why on earth would you take a shower after being out in the rain?); and the way she got Keith back for even the threat of getting her wet... XD The "dialogue" from the various dogs she encountered was very funny, too. And I totally identified her embarrassment when she noticed her misspellings! :D

The mystery didn't grip me quite as hard as the other
Aug 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Title: The Case of the Cereal Robber
Written By: Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick
Genre: Children’s Mystery
Recommended Ages: Any

I've been waiting for this book for a long time. I read the first two right after they came out and then waited. And waited. And waited. Finally, there's another book about Mia! And it does not disappoint. At all. Ever.

Characters: 1/1
Mia is amazing as always. Her snarkyness, sarcasm, and utter cat-ness are perfect. I can totally picture a cat thinking the way Mia
Lady Delacour
Mia the Feline Detective
is on the case of the
Serial Cereal Robbers.
The laughs continue
as the drama builds.
Listened with TTS.
100% Clean.
LOL Story.
Sarah Susanna Rhomberg
Can we just take a moment to notice the title? Like, how cute is that?

“The case of the cereal robber” is another sweet story about Mia, the cat who can read and write.

For me, the ending was a little abrupt and sad. It definitely makes you read the next book.

All in all, though, really cute.

4 stars from 5
Dec 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Oscar for best Actor goes to Mia

A tremendous read.
A series of break-ins close to their home has the neighbourhood watch up in arms and giving a small boy nightmares. Apparently nothing is stolen but there is always a dirty cereal bowl left in the sink. As Mia decides to go and check out the neighbourhood she needs a way to communicate. Ergo a harness, a smart phone holder and some dubious sewing skills from Keith. Learning to utilise the harness takes a bit of time but soon she is out sleuthing.
Kat Taylor
The Cat Wins the Day

A delightful short mystery of a detective who solves case's with the help of an over achiever cat detective that can write and use a phone enabling the two to work together without the knowledge of others. This spunky duo's adventures always leive you wandering when or if they will be found out. 🙄 Kat
4 stars & 4/10 hearts. Mia’s stories just get better and better. This one was pretty funny, but it seemed shorter than the others, which was not okay! ;P The whole scientist thing is giving a twist I wasn’t expecting to the stories. I really want the fourth book now. :D

A Favourite Humorous Quote: “I walked across his papers until I got to the one he was currently reading. I sat down in the middle of it so I could read it too.
“‘There you are!’ Keith said, leaning forward to continue reading aroun
Sep 30, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
NOT for all ages

I am basing this review on the fact that it is labeled as 'a cozy mystery for all ages'. If it was categorized as a children's mystery I would have given it a higher rating. As an adult I found it much too simplistic and juvenile. The language fell flat. The characters did not exhibit any real personality. Now if I was reading this for my young grandkids or giving it to them to read it is just about the right level for them; with easy vocabulary and concepts. Although once they h
Debra Hahn
Jan 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Mystery solved & lost home

Mia solves the cereal mystery, and finds out the lab is steal searching for
her. Faking her death she is now on the lamb. Will she find a new home, will
the lab finally believe shes dead , finally leaving her alone so she can live
Her life in peace? Will she at long last be able to go back to her home to be
reunited with Kieth? Read on in the kitten files to find out.
Debra H.
Carol K.
Apr 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I totally didn't expect this and can't wait till the next story.
Nov 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Can't get enough! My grands love Mia. What can you say?! I want to go out and rescue cats now. Thanks a lot!!!
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Perry Elisabeth Kirkpatrick lives in an undisclosed location outside of Phoenix where she and her husband chase their four little boys and an escape-artist dog. They don't chase their cats, however, because cats hate that. She is the author of "The Kitten Files" mysteries, "The Accidental Cases of Emily Abbott" spy series, and multiple short stories.

In addition to her writing, Perry enjoys graphi

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