Erin Hunter is an author of children’s books who wrote the popular Warriors series. The series follows the adventures of four clans of wild cats as they struggle to survive in the forest. The books have sold over 30 million copies and have been translated into more than 20 languages.
1. Into the Wild (2003): This is the first book in the Warriors series. It tells the story of Rusty, a house cat living in a human home, who finds himself drawn to the wild and the adventures that await him there.
2. Fire and Ice (2003): The second book in the series follows Rusty as he joins the ThunderClan, a group of cats living in the wilderness, and begins his journey as a warrior.
3. Forest of Secrets (2003): In the third book, Rusty must find his place in the clan and navigate the politics and power struggles of the cats in the forest.
4. Rising Storm (2004): In this book, Rusty and the other ThunderClan cats must face a group of cats from a rival clan.
5. A Dangerous Path (2005): In the fifth book, Rusty and the ThunderClan cats must battle against a group of cats from a neighboring clan.
6. The Darkest Hour (2006): In this book, Rusty must face the toughest challenge yet and come to terms with his destiny as a Warrior Cat.
7. Midnight (2007): In the seventh book, Rusty and the ThunderClan cats must protect their home from a group of cats from a faraway land.
8. Moonrise (2008): In this book, Rusty and the other ThunderClan cats must face a new enemy that threatens their home.
9. Dawn (2009): In the ninth book, Rusty and the other ThunderClan cats must battle an enemy from the past.
10. Starlight (2010): In the tenth book, Rusty and the ThunderClan cats must face a powerful enemy and protect their home from destruction.
11. Twilight (2011): In the eleventh book, Rusty and the other ThunderClan cats must work together to protect the forest and their home.
12. Sunset (2012): The twelfth and final book in the series follows Rusty and the other ThunderClan cats as they face a dangerous enemy and take their final stand in the forest.