Publish date: June 1st 1988
Publisher: Orchard Books (NY)
Pages no: 39
Edition language: English
Series: Catwings (#1)
Catwings is so adorable it almost hurts. The gradual building of trust between the four young cats with wings and sister/brother Hank and Susan is touching. The book provides children with a how-to on befriending cats. Take it slow, respect the cats by providing space for them to get to know you bet...
A cat gives birth to four kittens, but they are different - they have wings! After they have grown some and can fly, they leave the city in search of some place safe for them to live.This is such a cute and sweet book. It's not very long at all, but a very nice story. I really like the four cats wit...
It's written by Le Guin and it's got flying cats, like a hallucinatory Jenny Linsky. A re-read of this very sweet children's book.
Four uncommon kittens and their mother live in an alley (Thelma, Roger, James, Harriett, and Mrs. Jane Tabbey). She loves them dearly and wants them to fly someplace better. They find a forest, it becomes just as dangerous as the city. Harriett finds the right kind of people, and her siblings follo...
I enjoyed reading this aloud to my 4-year-old son who loves cats and he liked it enough to have me read it a couple of times and then to decide to be a winged cat for Halloween. He did have some questions about why the mother cat seems so willing to let her kittens go and to re-breed so quickly, but...