Catwings Return

by Ursula K. Le Guin | Children's Books |
ISBN: 0590428322 Global Overview for this book
Registered by ideadensity of Middletown, Connecticut USA on 9/22/2003
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4 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by ideadensity from Middletown, Connecticut USA on Monday, September 22, 2003
Liked it.

Journal Entry 2 by ideadensity at Moody School, 300 Country Club Rd. in Middletown, Connecticut USA on Tuesday, September 23, 2003
Released on Tuesday, September 23, 2003 at Van Buren Moody Elementary - Country Club Rd in Middletown, Connecticut USA.

I left this book at about 8:00 tonight in clear ziploc bag on the ground by the flagpole in front of the school. This is the sequel to a book I released recently.

Journal Entry 3 by Lizabeth86 from Middletown, Connecticut USA on Wednesday, September 24, 2003
The book fairy must love me. I recently caught the first book in this series from this same BCer and now I have caught the second one. I found it at the school by the flag pole. I can't believe that a whole day went by with school childrenb and teachers around there and no one picked it up. Their lose is my gain. I am looking forward to reading more about my flying kitty friends. I will pass it along after I am finished.

Journal Entry 4 by Lizabeth86 at Nature Preserve, Randolph Rd. in Middletown, Connecticut USA on Monday, September 29, 2003
Released on Monday, September 29, 2003 at Middletown Nature Gardens in Middletown, Connecticut USA.

Journal Entry 5 by BradMTown from Middletown, Connecticut USA on Monday, October 06, 2003
I caught it ! I caught it! I caught it! Oh my, I was so excited cathcing this book. First, last week when Lizabeth86 released it, I left work early to try and get it and I followed her directions and did not see it anywhere. I looked all around the bench that I sit at which is located in the grass near the parking lot and I did not see it. Well, I went back on Sunday, October 5, 2003 just to do some other reading and enjoy the beautiful fall day and I sat at my bench again in the grass. I was there for several hours and at one point I stood to stretch and take a break from my reading and I walked behind the bench and slightly to the right of it and when I looked down, I saw a corner of a plastic bag. The entire book and bag had been covered by grass clippings as they mowed the area last week, this is why I did not find it the first time. It was quite hidden. I could not beleive it when I saw it! I jumped for joy! I knew it was magic that I was intended to find it. So i enjoyed the rest of my stay there and then went on a walk in the preserve and saw a deer on one of the trails and it just stood there near me and didnt seem afraid of me really and we kind of just looked at each other for a while there and I knew that I was meant to be there and find the book at that point in time. i took the book home and read it in the evening and of course I cried when I thought of the story and the family of cats I have had in my life for over thirty years. I am so glad that I found it. I will re-release it but not until I have read it at least one more time and have found out where I can purchase the story for my own collection. I would like to purchase the orginal and this sequel. And I am so excited because the way the story ends, it leaves it open for more adventures!

Journal Entry 6 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Friday, October 17, 2003
Well, I released it, even though it went a bit against my heart to do so. I brought it along on a small trip I took to Vermont and New Hampshire thinking that it would be the perfect setting to release such a book. Then, by the end of my time there, I had forgotten to release it. So I decided a pretty good place to realese it would be at the Hanover, New Hampshire Food Co-op, I placed it in the cat food aisle! I truly hope that it finds a new friend and that i have not done it a disservice. Lets keep our fingers crossed!

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