Publish date: 2014-09-01
Publisher: Scholastic Inc.
Edition language: English
Doll Bones starts as a last-Goonie-weekend kind of story, where Zach and Alice hear out their friend Poppy and follow her on a quest to dispose of cursed doll at the request of a dead girl. Zach has been facing a lot of pressure from his Dad about playing imagination games with two girls, and using ...
This was a quick read, nothing special, but enjoyable nonetheless. I am slightly disappointed, because after loving The Curse Workers trilogy I was expecting more from Holly Black. But it wasn't bad, and I do recommend it. Doll Bones is a perfect blend of cute and creepy, which actually works, str...
Today We DidBest friends, Zach, Alice and Poppy have made up a fantastical world that they play out with dolls and figurines. The Queen in this world is a very old, fine bone china doll, that is kept displayed behind glass at Poppy’s house. When Zach unexpectedly refuses to play the game any more, P...
I received a copy of this via NetGalley, for an honest review The basic plot of this book, the idea of a creepy-looking doll being possessed, and the main problem the protagonists face, growing up, really interested me. Holly Black does a great job with creeping the reader out with the doll and ...
I listened to Doll Bones because I had been avoiding reading it due to the creepy cover....great audiobook! This is a book that I know kids will pick up because of the creepy factor, but they will get a wonderful tale of growing up and friendship. Grades 5+ Listened to July 2014
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