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Seller Inventory ABE Published by Quirk Books, Philadelphia, U. Soft Cover. First Edition. First printing. Lightly rubbed along edges, else near fine. Condition: New.
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Seller Inventory XM Near fine condition paperback book; No inscriptions etc. A mysterious island. An abandoned orphanage. It all waits to be discovered in Miss Peregrine's home for peculiar children. A film version was released in From: J. Riggs is an American author.
Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children: The Graphic Novel
His first book was a non-fiction effort called The Sherlock Holmes Handbook from In he published the sale item, definitely fiction but a book that is hard to define. It is a book for both adults and young adults, prose and photographs combined to present a definitely unusual story. Since there have been three more books in the series with a movie in the near future. The sale item is the first edition but a second printing with 2 as the lowest number in the number line. Red cloth binding with gold lettering on front board and spine. Binding is tight and square with no flaws.
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Dust jacket includes the gold circle indicating a New York Times best seller. Dust jacket has no bumps or tears.
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Almost as new. All clean,tight and bright. Signed by the author on the first page,on a bookplate. Condition: Fine see description. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine see description. Photo Cover illustrator. Later Printing of the first Edition.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Not Signed. NOT Price Clipped. Published by Quirk Books, Philadelphia, Pa. Paper Covered Boards. Short octavo in near fine condition with minor bump at the spine bottom. The dust jacket is in fine, as new condition. Sixteenth printing of the first edition. Red boards with gilt titles on the cover and spine and brown patterned end papers.
A children's fantasy novel about a strange and abandoned home for children that mixes fiction and vintage photography in an innovative and succesful fiction. Fiction, Children's, Photography. First thus. First softcover edition. Size: Octavo standard book size. Text is free of previous owner's markings. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact, but spine is slightly cocked.
No foxing in this copy. All edges clean, neat and free of foxing. General shelfwear to covers edges and corners. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: From: Mungobooks Poole, United Kingdom. Dust Jacket Included. Book in near fine condition with no inscriptions. Jacket with a closed tear at bottom front tip and a little bit of associated creasing. Not a book club edition, ex library or a remainder. Scans available on request. Item added to your basket View basket. Proceed to Basket.
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Stories about people on the outskirts always hit a chord, especially with the people they're about: the rejects, the outcasts, the peculiar kids. If you're an orphan with greased hair , an orphan with connections to a secret society , or an orphan with red hair and a killer voice , there are stories out there to relate to. But here's a little secret: You don't have to be an orphan to feel like you don't belong. Heck, you don't even have to be an outsider— everyone feels this way at some point.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children is about children on the fringes of society, self-ostracized for safety because people just don't understand them. What exactly don't people understand? Why, their special powers of course. Some of them can make fire with their hands, or levitate, or make plants grow. And yes, they're all orphans seriously, what happened to all the parents in the world? If you have parents and no superpowers, that's okay though if you do have superpowers, put that stuff on the Internet, stat.
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At its heart, Miss Peregrine is about the struggle to find a place to fit in. And like we said, everyone stares this beast down at some point. So even if you can't levitate, read on. All rights reserved.