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Praise for Animorphs "Engaging ... impressive." -School Library Journal "There's clearly something about Animorphs that has kept kids enthralled." -Publisher's Weekly


Endowed by a dying alien with the power to morph into any animal they touch, friends Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias, and Marco investigate the wonders of the world with their unusual powers. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Von Ein Kunde am 12. November 1999
Format: Taschenbuch
This is a great book to start off this great series. The Invasion starts of the animorphs series and is one of the best. Jake, Rachel, Tobias, Cassie and Marco are normal kids heading for home. Then they decide to take a shortcut through the abandoned construction site. Suddenly, a space ship lands right in front of them. Out comes an injured andalite (which is an cross between a human, scorpion and a deer). He explains that the yeerks, a band of paristic aliens have come to Earth. They have turned some people into "controllers" by going inside their heads and enslaving them. The kids have to stop them. The andalite gives them the power to morph, which is the ability to turn into any animal they touch. Then a yeerk ship comes. Out pops Visser Three, the only yeerk able to control an andalite. He morphs into a horrible creature and EATS Elfangor (that's the andalite's name). The kids escape and think over these horrible events. Most of them are reluctant except for Tobias. But then they all fight together. It all ends in a fight on the yeerks' feeding ground. Find out what happens to Tobias who loses the battle in a way you can't imagine.
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Von Ein Kunde am 24. Juni 1998
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I know, you're probably wondering..."What's with this kid? The Invasion came out in June 1996 and now it's June 1998." Well, I finally got it! It's great. You *have* to read this. It's the beginning of a terrific new series. Let's hope it's going to be Animorphs Forever in the year 2000! :-) This book was a Jake book. On the cover he morphs a green anole lizard, if you didn't know. In the beginning, Jake's talking about the night at the construction site. I finally found out how Elfangor was killed. Visser Three morphs an Antarean Bogg...whatever that is. His morph bites Elfangor and eats him up. Some Taxxons came forward to eat the *leftovers*. But then Marco ruined everything. He threw up. A Hork-Bajir heard and looked at their hiding place. The Animorphs ran. They split up. Somehow they escaped safely. In the morning, Tobias goes to Jake's house. Jake finds out Tobias did his first morph: a tabby cat; his cat Dude. Jake doesn't believe Tobias until Tobias does morph... When Tobias demorphs, he stands naked in Jake's room...but quickly puts on his clothes. Then Jake decides to do his first morph: his dog Homer. Jake is called a bad dog and is miserable. LOL The gang hooks up at Cassie's Barn. (I know, I'm making it sound like the Animorphs are a gang) They see Cassie make her grand appearance as a horse. She demorphs, but isn't naked. (I guess that part's supposed to say that girls are smarter than boys) She's wearing tights or something. But then a police car pulls by. He sees the Animorphs hiding something. When they step aside, he sees...Cassie, fully human. The officer is a human-Controller and says he knows Tom, Jake's brother who's also a Controller. The Animorphs take a vote wheter they should quit or fight. They chose fight. Rachel sticks up for Tobias.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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Von Ein Kunde am 6. September 1997
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"The Invasion" by K. A. Applegate was my second favourite Animorphs book. The series revolves around five normal teens who suddenly aren't so normal, when they look up and see an Andalite Dome ship touching down on Earth. They learn of the Yeerks' presence on the Earth, and then are left on their own, expected to defend the human race against aliens with unimaginable power.

The fact that the group is almost evenly split between boys and girls shows that both males and females can be heroic, and writing this book from Jake's point of view is a stunning change from the many books about teenage girls with boyfriend problems that we've all seen too many of. As one of my teachers at Keswick Valley Memorial School would put it, "it builds in suspense and emotion."
The Animorphs' actions do not give away their age, and the author does not stick the kids in some situation and pile false bravado onto them as many writers have done with young adults, and the fact that they are scared like any of us would be makes them very realistic and befriending. Even though the reading level is set at a younger age level than mine, I feel that the Animorphs series is in a way like Disney cartoons, and many fans would agree; you just don't grow out of them.

My mother bought this book at our school book fair in June of my sixth grade year, originally for my brother and I to share. My younger brother, then in Grade Four, beat the book all up and then decided he didn't like it. I sat and read the whole book in the living room on the couch that afternoon, and later on had to explain why I had a pillow over my face: to muffle my laughter and hide my tears. The part about Tom being left in the Yeerk pit gave me chills, and I nearly bit my fingernails clean off at the end of the book. Keep up the good work, K. A.!

--Emily Merrithew, Burtt's Corner, N.B., Canada
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Von Ein Kunde am 28. Januar 1999
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Series have a bad reputation for being junky books with formula plots, but Animorphs is probably the best series for your child (both girls and boys) to be interested in. (Avoid Goosebumps like the plague!) Series are good for reluctant readers because there's always another book to read next, and kids want to keep reading. This series, about a group of kids who can "morph" into animals and use this power to save the world from a secret alien invasion, will hold kids' attention and it may be enough to get them excited about reading for life. It's certainly better than playing Nintendo all day! I am 14 and I haven't read an entire Animorph book, but I've read enough parts to tell what they're like. My brother (age 10) and his friends love the series. There is also information about animals--how a hawk flies, what a lizard's eyesight is like, what it feels like to be that particular animal. So your child is learning something as well, probably without knowing it! There is exciting action and adventures too, but it's not excessively violent. There's lots of humor in it too. So, if your child is a reluctant reader, try Animorphs. Or if your child is already interested in the series, you have nothing to worry about. Another good series is Redwall, by Brian Jacques, though it is more violent. They're also good for a wider age group--I read them too, and even some adults I know enjoy them. PS. Check secondhand bookstores and libraries, as buying all the Animorph books new may get expensive.
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