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Title:
Warriors
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ISBN:
9780061240614

9780061240201

9781435209442

9780061252310

9780007269686

9780329642761

9780061252334

9781439582336

9781417818730

9780061478673
Publication Information:
New York : HarperCollins ; Los Angeles, CA : Tokyopop, 2007-
Physical Description:
volumes : illustrations ; 19 cm
Contents:
Vol. 1. The lost warrior -- Vol. 2. Warrior's refuge -- Vol. 3. Warrior's return -- Vol. 4. The rise of scourge.
Summary:
Describes the adventures of Graystripe, a former leader of ThunderClan, as he struggles between staying with his adopted Twoleg family and embarking on a quest to find his lost feline companions.
Program Information:
Accelerated Reader AR MG 2.3 0.5 128587.
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Summary

Summary

A graphic novel adventure from the world of Erin Hunter's #1 nationally bestselling Warriors series!

In the first book of the Graystripe's Adventure manga arc, follow ThunderClan warrior Graystripe after he is captured by Twolegs in Warriors: The New Prophecy #3: Dawn--and embarks on a difficult journey home.

When the Twolegs destroy the warrior Clans' forest home, ThunderClan deputy Graystripe is captured trying to help his comrades escape! Trapped in the pampered life of a kittypet, Graystripe gets all the food and shelter he needs from his affectionate Twoleg family--but the forest is calling him. When he makes friends with a feisty kittypet named Millie, she encourages him to go in search of his lost friends. But will Graystripe ever find his way back to the Clan?


Author Notes

Erin Hunter is the pen name of a quartet of writers and editors, namely: Kate Cary, Cerith Baldry, Tui T. Sutherland, and Victoria Holmes. Cary and Baldry are both writers from the United Kingdom. Sutherland, born in Venuezela, now lives in the United States. Holmes is a UK-born editor and creator of the best-selling Warrior series. All are inspired by their love of cats.

They are the authors of the Warrior, Seeker and Survivor Series. In 2014 the title's The Broken Path, Warriors: Dawn of the Clans #3 The First Battle and Warriors Super Edition: Bramblestar's Storm made The New York Times Best Seller List.

(Bowker Author Biography)


Erin Hunter is the pen name of a quartet of writers and editors, namely: Kate Cary, Cerith Baldry, Tui T. Sutherland, and Victoria Holmes. Cary and Baldry are both writers from the United Kingdom. Sutherland, born in Venuezela, now lives in the United States. Holmes is a UK-born editor and creator of the best-selling Warrior series. All are inspired by their love of cats.

They are the authors of the Warrior, Seeker and Survivor Series. In 2014 the title's The Broken Path, Warriors: Dawn of the Clans #3 The First Battle and Warriors Super Edition: Bramblestar's Storm made The New York Times Best Seller List.

(Bowker Author Biography)


Reviews 4

School Library Journal Review

Gr 4-6-Graystripe is back in a new format. After rescuing everyone in Thunderclan, he is caught by animal control and adopted by a loving family. His worst fear has come true; he's a kittypet. He grows attached to the humans but misses his true home. A dream visit from his lost love and daughter convinces him to at least try to get back to the clan. Unfortunately, after so many months inside, he is disoriented. To make matters worse, he loses a fight. He befriends Millie, a neighborhood cat who's interested in forest life. He teaches her to hunt and fight, all while improving his own dormant skills. Finally, he and Millie set out into the wild. Fans of the "Warrior" series (HarperCollins) will be happy to see this adaptation. The "manga inspired" artwork and panels work well with the story. The format allows Graystripe's imagination and emotions to be expressed. This slim first volume is mainly exposition and ends just as the action is picking up, leaving readers unsatisfied. Hopefully, volume two is on its way.-Sadie Mattox, DeKalb County Public Library, Decatur, GA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Publisher's Weekly Review

Based on Erin Hunter's popular novel series, Warriors is the story of a wild cat-a real one, as opposed to manga's usual teenaged human wearing a short skirt and kitty-cat ears-who's separated from his family and friends. There are no plot surprises in this story of a lost hero, and the artwork is a literal, workmanlike rendition of cats and dogs in suburbia. Graystripe, the protagonist, is a mighty warrior of the beleaguered Thunderclan, which has recently been threatened by a combination of suburban development and a zealous cat catcher. The story opens with him imprisoned in a strangely seductive suburban home. After briefly succumbing to the charms of soft living as a "kittypet," Graystripe steels his resolve and vows to make his way back to the wild. Alas, he's lost his edge and finds himself spooked by everything from local bullies to lawnmowers. Luckily, he's joined by a helpful, attractive female sidekick, Millie, who knows her way around the challenges of "Twolegplace." Many little (and perhaps some larger) girls will find this kitty fantasy irresistible. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved


School Library Journal Review

Gr 4-6-Graystripe is back in a new format. After rescuing everyone in Thunderclan, he is caught by animal control and adopted by a loving family. His worst fear has come true; he's a kittypet. He grows attached to the humans but misses his true home. A dream visit from his lost love and daughter convinces him to at least try to get back to the clan. Unfortunately, after so many months inside, he is disoriented. To make matters worse, he loses a fight. He befriends Millie, a neighborhood cat who's interested in forest life. He teaches her to hunt and fight, all while improving his own dormant skills. Finally, he and Millie set out into the wild. Fans of the "Warrior" series (HarperCollins) will be happy to see this adaptation. The "manga inspired" artwork and panels work well with the story. The format allows Graystripe's imagination and emotions to be expressed. This slim first volume is mainly exposition and ends just as the action is picking up, leaving readers unsatisfied. Hopefully, volume two is on its way.-Sadie Mattox, DeKalb County Public Library, Decatur, GA (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


Publisher's Weekly Review

Based on Erin Hunter's popular novel series, Warriors is the story of a wild cat-a real one, as opposed to manga's usual teenaged human wearing a short skirt and kitty-cat ears-who's separated from his family and friends. There are no plot surprises in this story of a lost hero, and the artwork is a literal, workmanlike rendition of cats and dogs in suburbia. Graystripe, the protagonist, is a mighty warrior of the beleaguered Thunderclan, which has recently been threatened by a combination of suburban development and a zealous cat catcher. The story opens with him imprisoned in a strangely seductive suburban home. After briefly succumbing to the charms of soft living as a "kittypet," Graystripe steels his resolve and vows to make his way back to the wild. Alas, he's lost his edge and finds himself spooked by everything from local bullies to lawnmowers. Luckily, he's joined by a helpful, attractive female sidekick, Millie, who knows her way around the challenges of "Twolegplace." Many little (and perhaps some larger) girls will find this kitty fantasy irresistible. (May) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved