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My daughter lives for these books,
This review is from: Warriors: Into the Wild (Hardcover)
My 9-year-old started the first book in the series a couple of months ago, and now she's read all of them at least once. She gets up in the morning and reads Warrior books instead of getting ready for school. She comes home and reads them instead of doing homework. She reads them at night instead of helping clean up dishes. She has organized her friends into clans. They have clan meetings and put clan marks all over the things in our back yard.
I've read the first couple of the books, starting with Into the Wild, and I can see why she loves them. The characters are so well drawn that you feel like you really know them. They face real moral dilemmas and behave in complex ways. Erin Hunter does not talk down to her readers. There's humor but no silliness. Very good books.
My daughter is in fourth grade, but she reads at sixth grade level. The reading level of these books is like 5.5 or 6.0. Great for anyone 5th grade or higher, and for the advanced 4th grader.
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Initial post: Apr 16, 2013 6:54:09 PM PDT
My daughter is 8, turning 9 in 2 or 3 weeks. She is also in love with the Warriors series, especially Firestar.
Posted on Jan 26, 2014 12:26:40 PM PST
Kelsey Blake says:
The warriors stuff in your backyard? I'm laughing. It really is a good series though. I sometimes check out two books in one day and read each of them in under 4 hours.
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