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eBook The Outlaw Varjak Paw ePub

eBook The Outlaw Varjak Paw ePub

by SF Said

  • ISBN: 0385750420
  • Category: Animals
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: SF Said
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: David Fickling Books (January 10, 2006)
  • ePub book: 1314 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1311 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 714

Description

Varjak Paw,’ said Luger, his voice cold as metal. Twin cats: one big, one bigger.

Varjak Paw,’ said Luger, his voice cold as metal. Have you seen them?’ ‘No outlaws here,’ said Holly. ‘You’ve been hunting!’ said Razor.

Said is an award-winning author and the original author of the Varjak Paw series. Said was born in Lebanon in 1967, but has lived in London since he was 2 years old. He wrote his first novel, Varjak Paw (2003), while working as a speechwriter for the Crown Prince of Jordan, and then as an arts journalist and film programmer. Varjak Paw won the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize for Children's Literature, as well as regional book of the year awards in Gateshead, Stockton and West Sussex.

I've bought both books several times for my grandchildren, neighbor children, and cat lovers of all ages.

Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). I've bought both books several times for my grandchildren, neighbor children, and cat lovers of all ages.

you will want to know what happens next!" – CBBC Newsround.

SF Said (Author) SF Said's first book, Varjak Paw, won the Nestlé Smarties Prize for Children's Literature. The sequel,The Outlaw Varjak Paw, won the BBC Blue Peter Book Of The Year. Phoenix is his third book. He has written widely about literature, films and the arts for The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph; and works regularly with CLPE, promoting reading and literacy in schools. For more information on SF and his books, please visit ww. fsaid.

The Outlaw Varjak Paw book. so last week, i tore through varjak paw so i could get on this one. it is also illustrated by dave mckean, and is another dark little tale of littlecat survival in a bigcat world. in the first book, varjak paw was taught physical fighting skills by the dream-vision of his famous cat ancestor. in the sequel, he learns how to fight a mental game - the psychological tactics that keep a cat alive in a tough world.

Author of Varjak Paw, The Outlaw Varjak Paw & Phoenix; now worki.

Author of Varjak Paw, The Outlaw Varjak Paw & Phoenix; now working on a new book called TYGER. Sometimes I write about children's & YA books forПодписчиков: 14 тыс.

Having saved the city cats from a fate worse than death, Varjak Paw finds himself the leader of a new gang

Having saved the city cats from a fate worse than death, Varjak Paw finds himself the leader of a new gang. But will the pressure take its toll on this brave but sometimes naive cat? Soon the city erupts in an all-out gang war as the evil Sally Bones attempts to control all cats.

Having saved the city cats from a fate worse than death, Varjak Paw finds himself the leader of a new gang. But will the pressure take its toll on this brave but sometimes naive cat? Soon the city erupts in an all-out gang war as the evil Sally Bones attempts to control all cats. Horrified and outnumbered, Varjak and the others must fight for their freedom or die trying.From the Hardcover edition.

Comments

Visonima Visonima
This book and its prequel were the first books my 8 1/2 year old ever devoured, and I think highly of them. Overall, this installment of Varjak's story is less creepy, mystical, and philosophical than the last. It's much more action driven.

For other parents considering this series, "The Outlaw Varjak Paw" has a lot more straightforward violence than the last one. The antagonist, Sally Bones, terrorizes and controls the cats of the city through a particularly sadistic punishment (SPOILER) -- she rips off the ears and tails of those who disobey her "laws." There are many extended and brutal fights between animals throughout the book, accompanied by Dave McKean's brilliant drawings (no one does blood spatter in the snow quite like him...). Clearly this is not for every child. My kid, however, loved it.
Adoraris Adoraris
I bought this book because I'm a cat lover, and I think I heard this book reviewed on NPR. Amazing book! I love the little protagonist! I was soon a participant in his cat world, soon venturing out of the house, and... yes... wandering the streets and meeting all kinds of comrades in claws. The unsavory characters were highly unsavory! Adventures abound as Varjak Paw comes into his own!

I loved this book so much I bought the sequel: The Outlaw Varjak Paw. More than that... I've bought both books several times for my grandchildren, neighbor children, and cat lovers of all ages.

Highly recommend!
Vit Vit
Parents are sometimes afraid to address scary things with children. For readers of the first story, Varjak Paw, this one steps very naturally into some big questions without generating unmanageable fears. Part of the power of this series comes from simple language without superlatives. There are just too many superhero stories in movies and games for a child to find a believable alter ego. I think that S. F. Said gives them real confidence to believe that power comes from love and loyalty.
Shaktit Shaktit
I love children's books that are interesting enough and creepy enough to totally engage an adult reader. This series is so good. So, so good. And really kind of weird and creepy, but in just the right way. I would have loved it as a kid and I love it as an adult.
Ohatollia Ohatollia
Great book!
Fountain_tenderness Fountain_tenderness
Love it.
Zaryagan Zaryagan
My daughter is not a "girly girl" in her reading choices but does love animals. She said the book was exciting and caught her attention in the first two chapters. She got it from the library originally and asked me to keep renewing it. She read it four times in a row. She had not read the first book in the series before this one.
My kid loves Varjak Paw.