What reading level is Catwings?

February 8, 2020 Off By idswater

What reading level is Catwings?


Interest Level Reading Level ATOS
Grades 2 – 5 Grades 2 – 5 4.3

How many pages is Catwings?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780439551892
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date: 05/01/2003
Series: Catwings Series , #1
Pages: 48

What genre is Catwings?

Children’s literature

Scholastic classifies the Catwings books as fantasy and classifies the first two by “interest level” as “grades 2–5”, the last two as “grades preK–3” (children of ages about 7–11 and 4–9 respectively).

Who wrote cat wings?

Ursula K. Le Guin
Catwings Publisher’s Summary Ursula K. Le Guin wrote this highly acclaimed novel about a very special litter of kittens. Mrs. Jane Tabby has always longed toget away from the cramped alleys of the city.

Are winged cats real?

There are over 30 documented cases (with physical evidence) and at least 20 photographs, and one video. There is at least one stuffed winged cat, but this may be a nineteenth-century grift. There is no evidence of actual bird- or bat-like wings, and there is no scientific reason to believe such a thing is possible.

What is the order of the Catwings books?

Catwings Return1988Wonderful Alexander and the Catwings1994Jane on Her Own1988

Is there a cat with wings?

Strange as the case may sound, winged felines are not unheard of. Back in August 2008, the U.K. Telegraph reported that tomcats in China’s Sichuan province developed wing-like growths on their backs. Veterinary experts said then that despite the hard inner core, the “wings” don’t harm cats’ quality of life or safety.

What do you call a cat with wings?

Pantherines with wings, especially winged lions, are a common theme in ancient religious and mythological art of the Sumerians and other Mesopotamians, Akkadians, Persians, and Scythians, and other peoples with whom they came into contact and shared ideas in the Middle East, Near East, and Europe.

Why are there cats with wings?

Some long-haired cats struggle to groom themselves, especially on their backs, and the hair can become matted. This is called cutaneous asthenia and is the feline equivalent of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. As a cat crouches, skin can bunch up behind her arms and stretch to form folds like wings on her back.

Are cat with wings real?