Dropping from eaves
waiting until nightfall
Listening to conversations while hidden
In a picnic basket on a train
At a train station in Connecticut
At a subway station in Chester Place, Connecticut
At a subway station in Times Square, New York City
He is taking a bath.
He is looking for food
He is singing to Chester.
He is trying to get out of a drainpipe.
Harry Cat prefers vegetables.
Harry Cat doesn’t have teeth.
Harry Cat no longer eats mice.
Tucker Mouse is larger than Harry Cat.
Despite being very different, three creatures can find common ground and be friends.
Even though animals may live in a noisy subway station, they can find food.
Mice and crickets should not try to be friends.
If you run away from home, you’ll be sorry.
He does not like lights.
He is not used to people.
He does not really know Tucker and Harry.
He is not used to tall buildings, loud noises, and the bright colors of the city.
Tucker and Harry would not like the picnic food.
Chester would not be friendly to Tucker and Harry.
Tucker and Harry would be afraid of the loud noises of the country.
Chester would show Tucker and Harry his willow tree and a babbling brook.