A piece of Swiss cheese named Louise and her exciting kitchen caper.
It’s the middle of the night. The floor creaks downstairs. Was that the sound of the refrigerator door opening? What really goes on in the kitchen when the lights go out? The answer: danger, adventure and the stuff of legends.
This is the story of Cheese Louise and her friends, Seymour, the grouchy carrot, and the protective Pop Corn. It’s also the story of Kit, the most dangerous cat ever to prowl a linoleum floor.
After reading this heroic tale, you’ll never look into your refridgerator the same way again.
David Michael Slater is an acclaimed author of books for children, teens, and adults. His work for children includes the picture books Cheese Louise!, The Bored Book, The Boy & the Book, the early chapter book series, Mysterious Monsters, and the teen series, Forbidden Books. David’s work for adults includes the hilarious comic-drama, Fun & Games, which The New York Review of Books called “Hilarious,” and the forthcoming non-fiction title, 25 Ideas in Education That Just Don’t Work – And How to Fix Them. David teaches middle school in Nevada, where he lives with his wife and son.