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Jane on her own

Ursula K. Le Guin

Jane on her own

a Catwings tale

by Ursula K. Le Guin

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  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Orchard Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementUrsula Le Guin ; illustrated by S. D. Schindler.
ContributionsSchindler, S. D.
The Physical Object
Pagination42p. :
Number of Pages42
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22109657M
ISBN 100439551927

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When she flies through the window of a man who feeds here, she is suddenly captured, and finds herself making appearances as Miss Mystery, the fabulous winged cat!/5(46). Jane On Her Own is about the youngest Catwing. I think I like her best; she's adventurous and knows what she wants and doesn't just get somewhere safe and stay there.

And it's nice to see her going back and seeing her mother. Again, lovely illustrations and a nice sweet little read/5. Jane, the youngest of the catwings, goes looking for adventure in the big city and captured.

Longing for adventure, Jane, the youngest of the catwings, flies to the city on her own. When she flies through the window of a man who feeds here, she is suddenly captured, and finds herself making appearances as Miss Mystery, the fabulous winged cat!/5(2). Jane On Her Own is a book about six cats that all have wings except one.

There mother did not have wings. Jane was the youngest out of Thelma, Roger, Harriet, James, and their friend Alexander Furby. Jane got sick of the old farm and traveled to the big city. She met a man named Poppa. He kept her in cages and made her do tricks for strange people.5/5(4). Jane On Her Own Audible Audiobook – Unabridged Ursula K.

Le Guin (Author, Narrator), Recorded Books (Publisher) out of 5 stars 70 ratings See all 13 /5(65). Jane on Her Own: A Catwings Tale. Jane is the youngest of the five Catwings, cats who have wings and can fly.

She lives on a farm with her brothers and sisters, but while Jane on her own book are content, she is restless and longs for adventure. Her sister Harriet warns her that "If human beings saw cats with wings, they'd put us 4/5(5).

Jane on Her Own A Catwings Tale. By S. Schindler, the fabulous winged cat. Realizing that being independent is much more dangerous than she thought, Jane plots her escape and hopes to reunite with her mother.

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Realizing that being independent is. Book Summary Orphaned as an infant, Jane Eyre lives with at Gateshead with her aunt, Sarah Reed, as the novel opens. Jane is ten years old, an outsider in the Reed family.

Her female cousins, Georgiana and Eliza, tolerate, but don't love her. Jane on Her Own: A Catwings Tale by S. Schindler and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jane, the youngest of the catwings, goes looking for adventure in the big city and gets captured. Longing for adventure, Jane, the youngest of the catwings, flies to the city on her own.

When she flies through the window of a man who feeds her, she is suddenly captured by a man who keeps her prisoner and exploits her for money -- making her appear on TV as Miss Mystery, the fabulous winged cat. Jane Kirkpatrick is the best-selling author of two non-fiction books and seven novels, including the award-winning A Sweetness to the Soul and the acclaimed Kinship and Courage series: All Together in One Place, No Eye Can See, and What Once We Loved.

She and her husband Jerry ranch acres in Eastern Oregon/5(16). In the final book of the series, youngest catwings kitten Jane is fed up with life on the farm, and decides to strike out on her own.

She soon finds that people will take advantage of her for their own gain, and tries to find someone who loves her not just because she is a cat with wings. Feeling the need to stretch her wings, young Jane leaves her feline Overlook Farm family to fly back to the city where she was born.

There she discovers the truth of her sister Thelma's warning that "being different is difficult and sometimes very dangerous," when a man named Poppa treats her like royalty, but traps her by closing the window.

As in the three previous Catwings books (Wonderful.Jane on Her Own A Catwings Tale (Book): Le Guin, Ursula K.: When Jane, a cat with wings, leaves the safety of her farm to explore the world, she falls into the hands of a man who keeps her prisoner and exploits her for money.Get this from a library!

Jane on her own: a Catwings tale. [Ursula K Le Guin; S D Schindler] -- When Jane, a cat with wings, leaves the safety of her farm to explore the world, she falls into the hands of a man who keeps her prisoner and exploits her for money.