Into the Wild (Warriors #1) by Erin Hunter

October 8th, 2014 by

Into-the-Wild_Warriors_Erin-HunterSubmitted by Brianna, Age 10 from New York

Rating: ★★★★★

This is an amazing start to a multi-series with action, romance, fiction, and animals! The main character has a run in with fierce wild cats who offer to let him join them. Will this kitty pet leave his friends behind for the feirce Thunderclan? Would he leave his life of comforting laziness for one of non-stop action? Read this action packed thriller and find out.

Firestar’s Quest (Warriors Super Edition Series) by Erin Hunter

October 3rd, 2014 by

Warriors Firestars Quest_Erin HunterSubmitted by Collin, Age 11 from New York

Rating: ★★★★★

This book is amazing.

Fire and Ice (Warriors #2) by Erin Hunter

August 19th, 2014 by

Fire and IceSubmitted by Ken, Age 9 from Illinois

Rating: ★★★★★

Bramblepaw (Fire) and Cinderpaw (Ice), two young forest cats. They are new apprentices of ThunderClan and are apprentices of Fireheart (Cinderpaw) and Graystripe (Bramblepaw) this is a story about adventure and risk.

Into the Wild (Warriors #1) by Erin Hunter

August 19th, 2014 by

Into-the-Wild_Warriors_Erin-HunterSubmitted by Ken, Age 9 from Illinois

Rating: ★★★★★

This book is great for cat lovers; This book is about Rusty, a normal house cat, turning into a real cat; cats that live in freedom. In this book, he has some nice adventures with his friend Graypaw. Read this book to find out more of this great story.

The Quest Begins (Seekers Series #1) by Erin Hunter

December 18th, 2013 by

Seekers-Quest-Begins_Erin-HunterSubmitted by Myranda, Age 10 from Rhode Island

Rating: ★★★★★

I think seekers 1 is amazing! I think you should read it! 3 young bear cubs (grizzly, black bear, and polar bear) learn how to survive together

Seekers: The Quest Begins by Erin Hunter

May 10th, 2013 by

Seekers-Quest-Begins_Erin-HunterSubmitted by Rachel, Age 11 from Rhode Island

Rating: ★★★★½

Hello, I am here to talk about this fantastic story called Seekers by the one and only Erin Hunter.The book is about these 3 bears that have sadly lost their families.They are a polar bear,a grizzly bear and a black bear.WARNING the book is very sad at times.My favorite part of the book is when Kalick loses her mom.I like it because it made me cry and I love it when books give you that type of strong emotion.I recamond this type of book to people who are interested in animals.

Into the Wild (Warriors #1) by Erin Hunter

January 13th, 2013 by

Submitted by Marylin-Jean, Age 11 from New York

Rating: ★★★★★

This book is a GREAT cliff-hanger!

Warriors by Erin Hunter

October 12th, 2012 by

Submitted by Kyle, Age 12 from Arizona

Rating: ★★★★★

I think its a 5/5 book Its AWESOME and i cant put it down, no matter what. Also I Would recommend to Read this in as much of your free-time as you can

Well, Thats Ny Review, read this book if possible
-Kyle

Warriors Series by Erin Hunter

February 22nd, 2012 by

Submitted by Bailey, Age 11 from Louisiana

Rating: ★★★★★

I can tell you I still can’t put down a warriors book no matter how late it is I have to finish it right then. If I don’t I’d probably die of suspense. Right now I’m on Sunset and can’t wait to read it.

Warriors by Erin Hunter: App Review!

January 30th, 2012 by

I’ll admit it: when I’m not glued to a computer, I’m glued to my iPhone. I use it to message my friends, listen to music, read books, and now… play with the free app for the Warriors series by Erin Hunter!

When you start up the app, you get this fun animation of two cats fighting. I know it’s supposed to be serious and dark and all that, but they way they go, “MREOW!!!” every time cracks me up.

Cats: MREOW! ... Nancy: Heehee!!! ... Cats: Take us seriously!

I was pleasantly surprised that the app had so many features, especially since it’s free. Here is the main menu:

Main Menu of Warriors App

Within many of the sections, there’s even more to delve into! For instance, there are five sub-sections in the “Cats and Clans” section: The Cats, Warrior Clans, Warrior Code, Maps, and Glossary. This will come in handy if I meet a Warriors fan who demands recitation of the code. (Hey, it’s bound to happen, considering the literary circles I run in.)

This may sound a little boring, but I especially liked reading about the different cats. For example:

Does anyone else think that Onestar looks a little chubby here?

One bummer is that there isn’t nearly as much information about the cats as you get in the books. There is some exclusive trivia, but not for all the characters. What can I say? I WANT MORE WARRIOR CAT INFO!

Another gripe I had about this section was that the pictures of the cats weren’t very big. Okay, I might be revealing myself as a future Crazy Cat Lady, but I want to see more pictures of cats — even if they are vicious fighting felines!

On the plus side, check out how the app includes all the details of the maps from the books:

More info on camps and clans appear when tapped.

One of my favorite sections is the Timeline:

The beginning of one of the three timelines.

How cool is that? I can just slide my finger and see the progression of events in the series. I like that before I accessed this from the main menu, it said “Spoiler Alert” — thanks for the warning! (I totally ignored it).

There’s also a Trivia Game (I’m too embarrassed to reveal my pathetic score) and even a video from author Erin Hunter!

I’m a little curious how this app will update if a new Warriors book comes out, but for now, I’m pretty happy with it. If you’re a Warriors fan and happen to have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, it’ll be much less painful than carrying around 30+ books.

I would love to see this kind of app made for The Baby-sitters Club, The Mysterious Benedict Society, and other awesome series. How about you?

— Nancy

Unfortunately, Nancy can’t actually be a REAL Crazy Cat Lady in the future, because she’s allergic to cats. She’ll just have to stick to cat pictures on her walls. That’s… not crazy… right? Ha… ha…

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