By Erin Hunter

ShadowClan has a gloomy new chief, yet will he be chuffed along with his energy now -- or does his hope for revenge burn much more strongly? Fireheart fears that there's a connection among the increase of Tigerstar and the bad desires that hang-out his nights, murmuring of probability and death.
in the meantime, a mysterious and cruel risk not like the other has invaded the woodland, putting each cat's existence at risk. Fireheart's liked chief has became her again on their warrior ancestors, and Fireheart can't support yet ponder whether she's correct. Has StarClan deserted them perpetually?

Show description

Read Online or Download A Dangerous Path (Warriors, Book 5) PDF

Similar juvenile fiction books

The Ghost Next Door (Goosebumps, Book 10)

Whilst a strange new boy strikes in round the corner, Hannah's local starts off to get a growing number of eerie, and he or she suspects that the faded boy has to be a ghost.

English Horse (The Saddle Club, Book 79)

The Saddle membership is preparing for the arriving in their pal woman Theresa, differently often called Tessa, from England. She's going to be spending time in Willow Creek they usually can't wait. To the Saddle membership it potential enjoyable, sleep-overs, and, in fact, horses! To Veronica diAngelo, notwithstanding, Tessa's arrival skill an opportunity for revenge.

Attaboy, Sam! (Sam Krupnik, Book 2)

During this high-spirited and usually humorous novel, Anastasia Krupnik's more youthful brother screens her enterprising spirit--and her propensity for catastrophe. For his mother's birthday, Sam determines to concoct a unique fragrance through combining her favourite smells: his father's pipe, chook soup and freshly washed hair, to call a couple of.

Ramona and Her Mother (Ramona Quimby, Book 5)

Ramona Quimby is seven and a half--"right now," as she loves to say. She's transforming into up on a daily basis and that brings many alterations, together with new pajamas so comfortable that Ramona wears them lower than her outfits to school.

But even supposing Ramona's getting larger, she occasionally feels omitted of the extra grown-up courting among her older sister, Beezus, and their busy operating mother. Mrs. Quimby tells associates she "couldn't get alongside with no Beezus," yet does this suggest she doesn't desire Ramona?

With affectionate humor, Beverly Cleary exhibits Ramona--and us--just how a lot her mom loves her. Jacqueline Rogers's lively illustrations make this new version of Ramona and Her mom one who readers will cherish.

Extra info for A Dangerous Path (Warriors, Book 5)

Sample text

So far this week, I (have) 36 CHAPTER 3 - ( h ) We have had four tests so far this semester. ( i ) I have written my wife a letter every other day for the last two weeks. ( j ) I have met many people since I came here in June. ( k ) I haveflown on an airplane many times. two tests and a quiz. 7. Alex is an artist. He (draw) many beautiful pictures in his lifetime. Last week he (draw) a beautiful mountain scene. 8. Jack really needs to get in touch with you. Since this morning, he (call) here four times trying to reach you.

5. My understanding of this country changed a lot since I arrived. 6 . When I was in my country, I had coached a children's soccer team. When I came here, I had wanted to do the same thing. Now I am coaching a soccer team at a local elementary school. I am coaching this team for the last two months. 7. My grandfather had lived in a small village in Italy when he was a child. At nineteen, he had moved to Rome, where he had met and had married my grandmother in 1947. My father had been born in Rome in 1950.

Since (yeat;). 4. . since (month). 5 . . since (day). 6 . . since . . o'clock this morning 1 afternoon / evening. 44 CHAPTER 3 7. . since the beginning of this century. 8. . since . . 9. . for (number of years). 10. . for a long time. 11. . for several months. 12. . for the last ten minutes. EXERCISE 13. Aclivity: using the present perfect and present perfect progressive in writing. (Charts 3-1 and 3-2) Directions: Choose one to write about. 1. Write about your first day in this class.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.91 of 5 – based on 32 votes