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If anyone is interested in reading Coraline before you see the movie, HarperCollins is making it available to read online for FREE in their Browse Inside program. (I assume that this is for a limited time, but I'm not sure). I haven't read it, but this might motivate me to read it.

http://browseinside.harpercollinschildrens.com/index.aspx?isbn13=9780380...

I was having some trouble with the widget, so hopefully the plain text link above will take you to it.

Sheila

I read this book first in third grade and I loved it, so when I heard a movie was coming out, I read it just like, a month ago. It's a good book. Can't wait for the movie!

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Sweet! My brother made me read it one night in 5th grade when I couldn't fall asleep. I love that book!!! I just heard about the movie monday when I was at the hospital, and my mom was like "Oh great, you're gonna go and see that with Michael arent you?" lol. they made it into a comic book, that's a little easier to read, but I don't know if its out yet, my copy is a first look one...


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"Et fiat justicia pereat mundus fiat"

~~Do what's right. Come what may.~~

i thought coraline was written specifically to be a movie, i didn't know it was a book O.o

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^^thanks squirrelz0rs XD!

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Wow... Like Coalfang said I had no clue it was a book XD lol I really want to see the movie when it comes out and now I want to read the book =D.


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The book is awesome! you'll love it!

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Yeah, the book has been out for at least several years (not sure exactly how long). It was written by Neil Gaiman, who has written a lot of books, including Stardust and the Sandman comics. I haven't read it, but I've read other books by Neil Gaiman, and he's very good.

Fans of Neil Gaiman may be interested to know that he has a new book out called The Graveyard Book that's also supposed to be very good.

Sheila Ruth

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Sheila, I really want to see StarDust, and read it, but my mom thinks its innapropriate, is it?
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Stardust! that was a book! *oops*


Thanks Squirrelly!!

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Thanks Squirrelly!!

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Mistleheart, I haven't seen the movie Stardust, but as I recall there were some adult parts in the book.

Sheila Ruth

It's better to be an archetype than a stereotype.
—Magicyop

Sheila, its just me Brightsky

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I know it's you, Brighty. I started to type Brighty at the beginning of my message, but then I thought that I'd seen somewhere that you said you preferred to be called by your new name now. Maybe I was mistaken.

Sheila Ruth

It's better to be an archetype than a stereotype.
—Magicyop

No, its not my new name, I just felt like going by it for awhile and sorta forgot to change it back

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Ah, ok. Sorry.

Sheila Ruth

It's better to be an archetype than a stereotype.
—Magicyop

Neil Gaiman rocks! I love Coraline!
For anyone who liked Coraline, he recently released a new YA book, the Graveyard Book, which I also LOVED to pieces.
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Controls the future,
Who controls the present, now,
Controls the past,
Who controls the past, now,
Controls the future,
Who controls the present, now?

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