Coraline and the secret door book
Coraline (books) | Coraline Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaMore titles may be available to you. Sign in to see the full collection. In Coraline's family's new flat there's a locked door. On the other side is a brick wall—until Coraline unlocks the door. The food is better there.
‘Coraline’ Was Inspired By A Folktale That's Even Creepier Than Neil Gaiman's Version
This article includes both the novella book and the graphic novel comic of Coraline as both describe the same story with relatively little differences. The Coraline book was written by Neil Gaiman. First published on February 24th The Coraline graphic novel was adapted by P. Craig Russell and lettered by Todd Klein.
Coraline /ˈkɒrəlaɪn/ is a dark fantasy children's novella by British author Neil Gaiman, . When the Other Mother opens the door Coraline throws the cat at the Other . Over the course of the book he claims to be training mice to perform in a .
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She looks like your mother. She looks just like your mother. Except she has big, black buttons for eyes. Or else she has glass eyes that glint in the dark. Or maybe a tail made of heavy, dark wood. And if you're not careful, she'll keep you for good. Of all the nightmarish monsters in the literary canon, few are more adept at reducing one's limbs to a quivering jelly than the Other Mother from Neil Gaiman's Coraline.