Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Reviewed by Miss Dewey at Orenda

Four paw prints. Summer is almost over, she lives in a new house, it rains everyday, and Coraline is bored. She’s stuck in the house and there are no kids to play with. Since it’s an old house her parents suggest she explore the different rooms and meet some of the other residents. Since the other residents are old (and in Coraline’s opinion—a little weird) she decides to explore. She explores every room except one. One door won’t open. When she can finally open the door she discovers a hallway to another house. It looks a little like her house, the neighbors look a little like her neighbors, and her “parents” look a little like her parents. But something is wrong. The adults are all acting strange and Coraline’s “mother” doesn’t want her to go back through the door. Coraline is scared but she doesn’t know who to trust. Maybe she should trust the talking (talking?) cat. Finally, there’s a rumor this story is going to be a movie in 2009. To learn about the movie or find other books by this author visit http://www.mousecircus.com/ .
Fic Gai

6 comments:

Amanda V. at orenda said...

My Library Teacher told me about this book she said if you like bby mouse you would like this book....I am going to read it..

Kayleen said...

Coraline is a wacky fantasy with a twist of horror and laughter.Reading this book made me see whats truly inside of me!

Kaitlin D. at Orenda said...

I heard this book is being made into a movie and I really want to read the book before I see the movie!

Amanda V Arongen said...

it sounds good i want to read it

Anonymous said...

looks ok ill try it!

IZZY R. 5j orenda said...

love it! this was great so much suspense ..... i LOVE IT!!