Dopo l'eroica missione sulla Luna, gli Astrogatti si stanno godendo il meritato successo: premi, parate e feste. Tutti li amano. O quasi: i CosmoGatti, loro rivali, si sentono messi da parte e vogliono tornare alla ribalta. Cosa può battere un viaggio sulla Luna? Ovviamente una missione su Marte! I CosmoGatti si preparano alla partenza ma Biscotto, Piumino, Pon Pon e il Maggiore Miaoser non staranno di certo a guardare. Che la corsa al Pianeta Rosso abbia inizio! Età di lettura: da 8 anni.
- ISBN: 886966564X
- Casa Editrice: Il Castoro
- Pagine: 184
Catstronauts, Cosmocats, MEOW, and COOKIE With all these different cat space programs to keep track of, this one was a little annoying. I found it hard to remember who was who. Also, they all seemed so angry all the time. I didn't find a lot to redeem this story. In the end, they all realize that c Leggi tutto
Adorable with lots of little jokes scattered throughout the dialogue and the backgrounds.
gah. I'm in love with this new series.
I dunno guys, I loved this one even more than the first one! I'm pretty sure it's because I'm a total sap, and when (view spoiler) [all the teams start working together, even the Cosmocats, who have totally been made out to be the bad guys of the story up until that point (hide spoiler)] , I was all, "uh-huuuuuu" *sob* *sob* *tears Leggi tutto
The CatStronauts are back and...they're kind of bored. And not really doing much besides accepting awards and going to free lunches and dinners held in their honor. But then the CatStronauts are called back into action. It turns out that several other space programs around the world are planning Mar Leggi tutto
Another witty and adorable installment in the CatStronauts series. This middle grade graphic novel features - you guessed it - cats in space. In their newest adventure other teams of space cats decide they all want to be the first to Mars. The CatStronauts are blindsided and hurry to catch up. They
Emerson wanted me to read this because he wanted me to get his jokes. I like the story of this one better than the Moon book - there's more of a sense of tension and overall plot. Side note: I've seen this classified as a "middle grades" book, but to me it's more an early elementary book. The humor
This second graphic novel in the series is essentially the race to space, particularly against the Soviet. They don’t mention the Soviets but you can tell by the cat names and such. Four rival teams are racing their way to Mars, years after landing on the moon was accomplished. It’s a cute graphic n Leggi tutto
I didn't like this one as much as the first one. It's still cute, but a great deal less humorous. This one just felt dramatic, though having all the different space stations come together was an interesting direction to take.
Another cutesy graphic novel, love the story and the message behind it all. A really great graphic novel for kids to learn from!
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