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Catwings

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • LeGuin, author of the distinguished Earthsea Trilogy and other books, has written a small gem of a book, with convincing and intriguing characters. Dark watercolor etchings by Schindler further convey the plight of these airborne felines and their seeking of a home.
    –Publishers Weekly

IF YOU LOVE THIS BOOK, THEN TRY:

  • Averill, Esther. Jenny and the Cat Club: A Collection of Favorite Stories about Jenny Linsky. New York Review Children’s Collection, 2003, c1973.Averill, Esther. The School for Cats. New York Review Children’s Collection, 2005, c1947.

    Byars, Betsy. The Winged Colt of Casa Mia. Viking, 1973.

    Gannett, Ruth Stiles. My Father’s Dragon. Random House, 1986, c1948.

    Geras, Adele. The Cats of Cuckoo Square: Two Stories. Delacorte, 2001.

    Gormley, Beatrice. Mail-Order Wings. Dutton, 1981.

    King-Smith, Dick. Martin’s Mice. Crown, 1989.

    Le Guin, Ursula. Catwings Return. Orchard, 2006, c1989.

    Le Guin, Ursula. Jane on Her Own: A Catwings Tale. Orchard, 2003, c1999.

    Le Guin, Ursula. Wonderful Alexander and the Catwings. Orchard, 2006, c1994.

    Pinkney, Brian. The Adventures of Sparrowboy. Simon & Schuster, 1997.

    Sleigh, Barbara. Carbonel: The King of Cats. New York Review Children’s Collection, 2003, c1955.

    Ward, Lynd. The Silver Pony. Houghton Mifflin, 1973.