- Tapa blanda: 512 páginas
- Editor: Harper Collins; Edición: Reprint (8 de septiembre de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0062379828
- ISBN-13: 978-0062379825
- Valoración media de los clientes: 2 opiniones de clientes
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Neil Gaiman/Chris Riddell 3-Book Box Set: Coraline; The Graveyard Book; Fortunately, the Milk (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 8 sep 2015
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This exclusive box set contains the British editions of three bestselling Neil Gaiman classics in paperback, including the Newbery Medal and Carnegie Medal winner The Graveyard Book; Coraline; and Fortunately, the Milk, all illustrated by acclaimed artist Chris Riddell.
The editions of Coraline, The Graveyard Book, and Fortunately, the Milk in this box set contain the illustrations from the British editions, which are both hilarious and moving. Acclaimed artist Chris Riddell has won the Kate Greenaway Medal twice, among other awards and honors.
These paperbacks have never before been published in the United States and are available here only in this special box set.
An exclusive box set containing three Neil Gaiman classics, including the Newbery Medal and Carnegie Medal winner The Graveyard Book; Coraline; and Fortunately, the Milk, all illustrated by acclaimed and award-winning artist Chris Riddell.
These editions, containing the British illustrations—which are both hilarious and moving—have never before been published in the United States.Ver Descripción del producto
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Coraline: You may have already seen the film, but this is about a little girl named Coraline, who finds a door in her house that leads to another world that is just like her own, only way more exciting. It's inhabited by copies of people who reside in Coraline's real world, and they are all created by her "Other Mother," who eventually tells Coraline that she wants her to stay with her forever. Choices, choices. What will Coraline decide to do, and what will be the consequences of those choices? And what has happened to her real parents?
Fortunately, the Milk: While aimed at a very young audience, this is a very creative book that is rather entertaining. Imagine that you go out to the store to buy milk for your kids' breakfast cereal, only your journey is filled with unexpected adventures and unusual characters that pretty much do everything in their power to keep you from getting home. Does Dad ever make it home with the milk?
The Graveyard Book: A young boy's family is murdered in their beds by a man in black, but somehow the little tyke makes it out of his house and toddles into the nearby graveyard, where he is adopted by the ghosts who live there. I loved this book. Every twist and turn in the story line was wholly unexpected and very unusual. Above all, it held my attention from start to finish.
That said, these three do not disappoint. The books were perfect for my three kids, as my youngest was just the right age for "Fortunately, the Milk," my middle was spot-on for "Coraline," and my eldest was ripe for "The Graveyard Book." Of course, all three ended up reading all three, and the books are still constantly floating about the house in someone's currently-reading pile.
Otherwise, great books! We love Chris Riddell especially! His artwork is a perfect match for Gaimans writing, and my kids (4, 10, and 13) all love theses versions the best because of the illustrations. Would make a great gift for readers of all ages.