Publish date: June 3rd 2009
Publisher: Albin Michel
Pages no: 152
Edition language: French
, Young Adult
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
Another stellar graphic novel by Neil Gaiman, I am starting to be a stalker of this man. I have read the novel of Coraline but as I was volunteering the other day at the library, I came across this graphic novel as I was organizing this section in the children’s department. Neil’s name nice and bold...
If I was to use this in a classroom it would be in grades 5-6. I would choose to only use this in older grades because of the intensity of the text and the upper level vocabulary. In a lesson I would use it for a whole group lesson to test on comprehension and vocabulary. If I wanted to teach a mora...
If I was to use this in my classroom it would be in grades 5-6. The reason I would only use it in the older grades would be because the intensity of the text and the vocabulary included. This would be a whole group read that the students would be tested on for comprehension and vocabulary. The stude...
This book is a very unusual book that I would classify as a children's horror novel. Coraline comes across a secret passage corridor that leads to an alternate universe consisting of her "other mother" and "other father." Everything is the same in this alternate world, except her other mother with b...
A rather chilling book about a girl who finds this alternate world with alternate people in it who want her to stay with them forever. In the end however she outwits them and she lives happily ever after. Definitely keep this one on the 5th or 6th grade shelf only. I would use it in a unit on wri...
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