The Spiderwick Chronicles: Book 1, The Field Guide
Publish date: 2003-05-01
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Middle Grade
*Listened to the audiobook last night. Mark Hamil read it and I was not impressed. His voice was at once gratingly annoying and absurdly monotone. That sucker gets a 1 star.
Illustrated - really beatiful.Es como el prólogo de la historia, sólo la primera parte de cinco como bien establece. Un aperitivo al mundo de estos tres hermanos que descubren fantasía vuelta realidad en una vieja casa victoriana a la que llegan al parecer después de un traumático divorcio y problem...
Gorgeous illustrations help carry the shortcomings in the storytelling. There are other wittier, more engaging series out there about 3 children left to problem-solve on their own in a spooky old house, but Spiderwick is perfect for the pre-Lemony Snickett crowd. This particular installment is toute...
I've been meaning to read thes books for a while now and was a little surprised to find how low of a reading level it was. That is not to say that I didn't enjoy it I just did not expect it. It was a really nice book. I did have to feel a bit bad for the children and how their mother acted.
7/4/11 ** Heard about these for years, never read them. A pleasant young-middle-grade read. The format is perhaps becoming over-done: the author ostensibly receives a manuscript from another source and facilitates its publication. In this case, Jared, one of three siblings finds a book about faer...