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10 thoughts on “Star Ka'ats and the Plant People

  1. Valerie Valerie says:

    So let me get this straight the Ka ats of Zimmorah have been exploring other worlds, and never thoroughly explored their own world, resulting in them not knowing of an intelligent species in their own back yard I d like a better explanation of how the Plant People who clearly have some idea of barter and mutual obligations DO mine metals, apparently from seawater The Ka ats don t seem to have much grasp of the physical sciences, and the fact that their society can be thrown into crisis by So let me get this straight the Ka ats of Zimmorah have been exploring other worlds, and never thoroughly explored their own world, resulting in them not knowing of an intelligent species in their own back yard I d like a better explanation of how the Plant People who clearly have some idea of barter and mutual obligations DO mine metals, apparently from seawater The Ka ats don t seem to have much grasp of the physical sciences, and the fact that their society can be thrown into crisis by a simple shortage of metals is a warning thatattention should be paid to such things


  2. Karen Mardahl Karen Mardahl says:

    Book 3 in the series.I stumbled across this series and read them for fun Definitely for children about age 7 12, I am guessing The writing style feels a bit dated, but I cannot put my finger on what that means exactly Is it just a child s book and I sense this is not a book written for me as an adult or is it the time it was written and the style of children s writing then late 70s I am not quite sure As I said, a children s book and fine as such.


  3. Carol Carol says:

    very enjoyable Great for children


  4. Jamie Barringer (Ravenmount) Jamie Barringer (Ravenmount) says:

    For such a short book, and one writtenfor kids, this was a very creative story I love the sentient plant creatures and their crab predators are the stuff of nightmares even for us grown up readers I did read the first book in the Star Ka at series, so I was not completely lost, but I do wish I had read the series in order because there was obviously another adventure in between what I read before and this book, and the previous adventure was referenced enough to make me feel a bit out of For such a short book, and one writtenfor kids, this was a very creative story I love the sentient plant creatures and their crab predators are the stuff of nightmares even for us grown up readers I did read the first book in the Star Ka at series, so I was not completely lost, but I do wish I had read the series in order because there was obviously another adventure in between what I read before and this book, and the previous adventure was referenced enough to make me feel a bit out of the loop, but not to where I didn t understand and enjoy the story


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Star Ka'ats and the Plant People ❴Reading❵ ➾ Star Ka'ats and the Plant People Author Andre Norton – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A Deadly Danger Jim and Elly Mae are exploring the planet Zimmorrah, home of their super cat friends, the Star Ka ats Suddenly Elly Mae senses that someone is hurt and crying for help She cannont send A Deadly Danger Jim and Elly Mae and the PDF ✓ are exploring the planet Zimmorrah, home of their super cat friends, the Star Ka ats Suddenly Elly Mae senses that someone is hurt and crying for help She cannont send her thoughts to this strange being, as she can to a Ka at, but she can FEEL its desperate needSearching for the source of Star Ka'ats Kindle - the cry, Jim and Elly Mae are drawn to a remote island enclosed in an enormous glass dome Inside live semihuman plant people who are threatened by evil creatures who look like both a spider and a crabThe children and their Ka at friends must fight off the crab spider monsters and prevent them from destroying the plant people.

  • Unknown Binding
  • 122 pages
  • Star Ka'ats and the Plant People
  • Andre Norton
  • English
  • 01 May 2019
  • 0802763421

About the Author: Andre Norton

Alice Mary Norton always had an affinity and the PDF ✓ to the humanities She started writing in her teens, inspired by a charismatic high school teacher First contacts with the publishing world led her, as many other contemporary female writers targeting a male dominated market, to choose a literary pseudonym In she legally changed her name to Andre Alice She also used the Star Ka'ats Kindle - names Andrew North and Allen Weston as pseudonymsAndre Norton published her first novel in , and was the first woman to receive the Gandalf Grand Master Award from the World Science Fiction Society in , and won the Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award from the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America SFWA association in Norton was twice nominated for the Ka'ats and the PDF ☆ Hugo Award, in for the novel Witch World and in for the novelette Wizard s World She was nominated three times for the World Fantasy Award for lifetime achievement, winning the award in Norton won a number of other genre awards, and regularly had works appear in the Locus annual best of year pollsOn February , , the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, which had earlier honored her with its Grand Master Award in , announced the creation of the Andre Norton Award, to be given each year for an outstanding work of fantasy or science fiction for the young adult literature market, beginning in Often called the Grande Dame of Science Fiction and Fantasy by biographers such as J M Cornwell and organizations such as Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Publishers Weekly, and Time, Andre Norton wrote novels for over years She had a profound influence on the entire genre, having over published titles read by at least four generations of science fiction and fantasy readers and writers Notable authors who cite her influence include Greg Bear, Lois McMaster Bujold, C J Cherryh, Cecilia Dart Thornton, Tanya Huff, Mercedes Lackey, Charles de Lint, Joan D Vinge, David Weber, K D Wentworth, and Catherine Asaro.