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The Fan's Guide to The Spiderwick Chronicles: Unauthorized Fun with…
de Lois H. Gresh
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For fans of "The Spiderwick Chronicles" comes the ultimate unauthorized guide to the facts behind Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black's world. This new book by Lois Gresh takes young readers beyond the creepy and captivating fairy world of "The Spiderwick Chronicles" and answers the burning questions kids have been aching to know. With illustrations, quizzes, facts, and mythology, "The Fan's Guide to The Spiderwick Chronicles" will provide hours of fun.Digging deep into history, legend, and lore, this magical guide helps fans enjoy their favorite series as they never have before. This is the perfect gift for that young reader who can't get enough of the series or wants to find out what the excitement is all about.
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Classificació Decimal de Dewey (DDC)813.6 — Literature English (North America) American fiction 21st Century
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THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, by authors Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, were already best-sellers even before the recent release of the motion picture. If you haven't read the series of five books, published by Simon & Schuster, you really should, especially if you're a fan of the Harry Potter, Artemis Fowl, or Septimus Heap series'. The books are appropriate for younger readers, but even older ones will enjoy and appreciate the magical world that the authors have created.
With THE FAN'S GUIDE TO THE SPIDERWICK CHRONICLES, author Lois H. Gresh delves into several areas of the series, beginning with an overview of what they are about. From there you'll find a quiz to discover whether you are, indeed, a Spiderwick fanatic, an overview of Spiderwick characters (both good and evil), a section on magical beings (including another quiz to discover which magical being you would be), and a Top Ten list of the author's favorite events from the books. Interspersed throughout are also a few stories based on characters and events from the books.
The included glossary is also helpful, even though you'll already know most of the terms if you've been following the books. It's great for a quick refresher course, though, with definitions of boggart, hobgoblin, and phooka, just to name a few.
Overall, this is a fun guide for the Spiderwick fan, and a great addition to your library, to be placed right alongside all five books in the series. ( )