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Animorphs

Animorphs is a science fantasy series of children's books written by Katherine Applegate and her husband Michael Grant, writing together under the name K. A. Applegate, and published by Scholastic. It is told in first person, with all six main characters taking turns narrating the books through their own perspectives. Horror, war, dehumanization, sanity, morality, innocence, leadership, freedom, family, and growing up are the core themes of the series. Published between June 1996 and May 2001, the series consists of 54 books and includes ten companion books, eight of which fit into the series' continuity (the Animorphs Chronicles and Megamorphs books) and two that are gamebooks not fitting into the continuity (the Alternamorphs books). The series was originally conceived as a three-part series called The Changelings, in which Jake was named Matt, and his little brother Joseph took the place of Cassie. The books were also adapted into a television series of the same name on Nickelodeon, YTV and Global Television Network from 1998 to 1999.
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original title: Animorphs
language: English
date of publication: 1996
genre: science fiction
www.scholastic.com/animorphs/index.htm

The Invasion

book by K. A. Applegate

author: K. A. Applegate

1996

Back to Before

book by K. A. Applegate

author: K. A. Applegate
illustrator: David Burroughs Mattingly

2000

Elfangor's Secret

book by K. A. Applegate

author: K. A. Applegate
illustrator: David Burroughs Mattingly

The Absolute

book by K. A. Applegate

author: K. A. Applegate

2001

The Alien

book by K. A. Applegate

author: K. A. Applegate

1997

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