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Spiderwick Bind-up: the First Complete Serial (Spiderwick Chronicles) [Tapa dura]

Tony DiTerlizzi , Holly Black
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  • Tapa dura: 672 páginas
  • Editor: Simon & Schuster (19 de septiembre de 2008)
  • Colección: Spiderwick Chronicles
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ISBN-10: 1416958215
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416958215
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Genial. 8 de mayo de 2014
Por Francis
Formato:Tapa dura|Compra verificada
Deseaba tener las crónicas completas en un sólo volumen con muchos extras. La edición es genial. Llegó rápido y en buen estado.
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Amazon.com: 4.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  268 opiniones
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas There are better series out there. 2 de febrero de 2007
Por Mother of 3 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa dura
My kids love fantasy, but if the book's too scary it can give them nightmares. So,when I'm unsure of the series, I'll read it myself first. I just finished reading all 5 of the Spiderwick books. There were some unique ideas in them, and they were entertaining. But my kids wouldn't be able to handle the part where cats were roasted and eaten by goblins, and they wouldn't like the idea of a cow being chained down while baby dragons nurse from her with sharp teeth until she's bloody. It was too gross for me, and I know that it would be too upsetting for my kids. I am not going to give these to my kids, and honestly, I'm not sure what to do with my copies.

I can recommend the following fantasy books: Magyk by Angie Sage, or the Enchanted Forest Chronicles (4 books) by Patricia Wrede.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great for kids, but not adults. 23 de marzo de 2005
Por Steve Slater - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa dura
I wasn't sure how to rate this book because it is wonderful for one audience, disappointing for another.

I generally love children's books - Harry Potter and all that lot, you know. I expected another delightful fairy-tale-ish story suitable for both adults and children. However, the writing style was very plain and simple with a small vocabulary, and each book read like one short chapter of a longer book. I never forgot that I was reading a book made for children. Also, the main characters were a little bit irritating with all of their bickering - constantly telling each other to shut up. I suppose that is how it really is with siblings, but I didn't enjoy reading their arguments much. It had a nice plot, but again, very simple.

That was for all you grown-ups looking for a fresh read.

For kids, I expect this book would be marvelous. The illustrations are very good and plentiful, and the writing style is easy to understand and follow - just right for kids reading on their own. The fairy-tale creatures introduced are actual creatures they will have heard of (elves, trolls, hobgoblins), but with their own personalities for the story. The plot is original and complete; all the loose ends get tied up. I know I would have loved it when I was seven or so.

Buy it for all your young relatives.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas "The more you know, the more danger you're in..." 7 de diciembre de 2005
Por Erika Sorocco - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa dura
THE FIELD GUIDE: BOOK 1 - The Grace children - nine-year-old twins, Simon and Jared, and their thirteen-year-old sister, Mallory - are as different as night and day, seeing as how Simon is busy with his menagerie of pets, Mallory practices her fencing 24/7, and Jared has been labeled a troublemaker. But each of the three children all agree on one thing when they arrive at their new home, the Spiderwick Estate - it's a dilapidated, old shack. But within a short time, the three children realize that the Spiderwick Estate is more than meets the eye. For it is home to various mythical creatures who are all after one very important thing - Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You. A book which Jared is guarding with his life, and will not give up without a fight.

THE SEEING STONE: BOOK 2 - When Simon Grace's cat disappears, Jared simply thinks that the cat has wandered off on an excursion, and refuses to help Simon locate the missing animal. But when Jared discovers an old seeing glass - monocle - that gives him the ability to see strange and magical creatures around him, he realizes that Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide was absolutely right, and soon sees something amazing: Simon being pulled into the forest by a group of goblins. Now it's up to Jared and his older sister, Mallory, to make their way through the creepy forest, encountering goblins, an injured griffin, a terrifying troll, and a baby-toothed hobgoblin with a very interesting way of giving humans the "sight," in an attempt to save their kidnapped brother, before it's too late.

LUCINDA'S SECRET: BOOK 3 - When the Grace children realize that Arthur Spiderwick's Field Guide to the Fantastical World Around You is leaving their family in danger, they decide to consult their Aunt Lucinda in the matter of what should be done with the book. The problem, is that Aunt Lucinda is locked away in an asylum, where she is being held under the false pretense that she is crazy, when she is quite the opposite. Luckily, the three children are able to convince their mother to bring them to Aunt Lucinda for a visit, where they hope to ask her all about Arthur Spiderwick and The Field Guide. However, when you've got an angry house brownie named Thimbletack, who has recently transmogrified into a nasty boggart who plays tricks on Jared, a task as easy as that may be quite difficult.

THE IRONWOOD TREE: BOOK 4 - Things have been quiet for the Grace children ever since they tricked a group of nefarious faeries a few weeks ago. But when you're a resident of the Spiderwick Estate, and surrounded by various forms of mythical creatures, things can never stay quiet for long. And they don't. Which is quite evident, when Jared runs into a menacing shape-shifter that has taken on his characteristics, at Mallory's fencing match. But before Simon and Jared can figure out who the shape-shifter truly is, or inform Mallory about the mysterious character, she disappears - kidnapped, apparently. In an attempt to save their sister before something terrible happens to her, Simon and Jared embark on a journey into a local quarry, where they soon end up prisoners of some very strange characters, and find Mallory wearing something very strange...a dress.

THE WRATH OF MULGARATH: BOOK 5 - The Grace children - Mallory, Jared, and Simon - are back, but this time they are trying to save their beloved Mother who has been captured by the evil Mulgarath. With the help of Uncle Arthur's Guidebook to the Faerie World, as well as elves, and Hogsqueal, a sneaky hobgoblin, the three siblings set out to defeat Mulgarath for the last time. However, the children know that they have only a short time to save their Mother, before Mulgarath harms her, so they set their minds to do just that.

I had seen the SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES series in bookstores for years before I ever decided to read them. I wish that I had read them earlier, for they have become one of my favorite book series. Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black did an amazing job of creating a fantastical series featuring mythical creatures in modern-day America, and mixing in gorgeous illustrations in, to create an enchanting series that will be loved by readers young and old. Each book may be quite short - only about 108 pages each, including illustrations - but a lot of punch is packed into that small package, and will keep you enthralled for hours upon hours. The perfect series for young/middle readers - or children too young for J.K. Rowling's HARRY POTTER and Lemony Snicket's SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS series.

Erika Sorocco

Book Review Columnist for The Community Bugle Newspaper
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fantastic deal! My boys LOVE these books... 10 de octubre de 2004
Por Avalon - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa dura
My boys & I have finished reading the last of this thriling five title series THE WRATH OF MULGRATH and I must say we are sorry the Grace children's story is not continuing. This series is an easy quick read that keeps the kids asking for more, so we will start reading them over and over again. The box set which includes The Field Guide, The Seeing Stone, Lucinda's Secret, The Ironwood Tree and the last book newly released, The Wrath of Mulgrath is in a very attractive gift box. The books are all durable hardbacks, wonderfully illustrated and make a GREAT gift. I highly recommend.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A detailed review for collectors with a bit of OCD 24 de diciembre de 2009
Por Marc Richardson - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato:Tapa dura|Compra verificada
The short review: If you like the stories, and are not attached to the illustrations, or if you are somebody who just wants to read the book, but again, are not overly concerned about illustrations peppering the text, this book is great. The book is slightly larger than the other editions by a inch in height and a half inch in width (it's roughly the size of an old Book Club edition hardcover). Printing quality is good and the new cover is pretty and makes wonderful use of spot-varnishing (where some parts are glossier than others). In addition to the full text of all 5 books, it has the 3 "lost chapters" that were put out as three small paperbacks in cereal boxes to promote the film a couple of years ago. It also has 42 beautiful pages of sketches, drawings and notes from the artist, as well as 17 pin-ups by other artists.

However, for die-hard collectors, or lovers of the artwork in these books, you will want this new edition, but don't sell your individual books or throw those "cereal" books on ebay just yet.

Here's an OCD-friendly list of what's been reproduced or not reproduced in the new collected edition.

** specific references use the format Book/Page (i.e. b1/p22 means Book 1, page 22). The "cereal books are "cb" instead of "b" **

=======Included======

- Full text of all five volumes.
- Full text of all three "cereal" books.
- Map (now reproduced in dark blue as the endpapers).
- Introductory letters (same ones that appeared in all 5 books).
- 42 new pages of skethces, drawing and notes from the artist
- 17 new pin-ups done by other artists

- all pen & ink full-page illustrations *
- 1 pen & ink spot illustration reproduced in the main text (b5/p124).
- 5 pen & ink spot illustrations now reproduced on the Table of Contents pages (b2/p86, b3/p30, b4/p33, b5/p55, b5/p72).
- 4 pen & ink spot illustrations now reproduced as full-page illustrations with more artwork (b1/p22, b3/p77, b4/p66, b5/p129).
- 9 pen & ink spot illustrations reproduced in gray ink, enlarged and cropped for use on title pages (b1/p2&3, b2/p11, b2/p25, b2/p31, b3/p85, b4/p66, b4/p73, b5/p74-75).
- 1 pen & ink illustration from the Table of Contents chapters list.
- "Griffin vs. Dragon" image from the book spines. It's reproduced within the book in black & white and on the spine of the book (under the dust jacket) as well.

* The boggart picture from b1/p69 now has reproductions of the text from the Field Guide book instead of the original text.

======Not included======

- 95 of the 105 pen & ink spot illustrations that originally peppered the text.
- Main Title pen & ink illustration (used in all 5 books).
- 1 pen & ink illustration from the Table of Contents illustrations list.
- 1 "End of Book" pen & ink illustration.
- "A. Spiderwick" silhouette pen & ink portrait from the teaser at the end of Book 4 (all other teasers portraits were reused from elsewhere in the books).
- 2 pen & ink artist & author portraits.

- All 5 color cover paintings
- All text and art from the backs of the books
- All color paintings done from the box set's slipcase (inside & out)
- All watercolored pen & ink illustrations included at the front of each book.
- All color prints inserted in each book (the note (b1/p51), the newspaper article (b2/p51), the drawing (b3/p82), the letter (b4/p51), the watercolor study (b5/last page).

- Hogsqueal pen & ink illustration from "cereal" books 2 & 3 (cb2/p59, cb3/p59).
- "The Boggart" pen & ink portrait from "cereal" books 1-3 (slightly modified version of b1/p69).
- "Sprite" pen & ink portrait from "cereal" book 3 (slightly modified from the "Basic Sprite Body" in the Care and Feeding of Sprites book, but cropped a little and featuring wings and "clothes" that are not on the original drawing).
- "The Grace Kids" pen & ink portrait from "cereal" books 1-3. It is primarily a composite/cropping of their three separate portraits (b1/p2, b1/p3 & b1/p16), but has been redrawn slightly to give Mallory a different shirt. This is similar to, but not the same as, the colored portrait from the back of box set's slipcase.
- Field Guide text entries from the back of "cereal" book 2 ("Goblins" and "Brownies")
- Field Guide text entries from the back of "cereal" book 3 ("Hobgoblins" and "Griffins")
- Modified letter used on the back of all three "cereal" books.
- 2 watercolored pen & ink illustrations used as covers for "cereal" books 2 & 3. (The first book used the same watercolored pen & ink illustration from inside of Book 2).
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