Format: Paper over Board
Dimensions: 240 pages, 6.75 × 5.25 × 0.8 in
Published: June 1, 2005
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1416903453
ISBN - 13: 9781416903451
About the Book
This interactive companion to the blockbuster series is a must-have for any young fan. Includes tips for tracking and observing faerie phenomena, as well as blank pages in each section for readers to make their own notes. Illustrations. Consumable.
Read from the Book
"To protect the house and those inside is my duty, Guide or no Guide." From Book 5: The Wrath of Mulgarath Brownies I admit I''m a slob. I throw my socks and underwear on the floor. I kick the covers off my bed and sleep on the bare mattress. My hair sticks up from my head like a bunch of crabgrass. I never clean up any of my toys. If something gets broken because I stepped on it, then I just try to avoid that area. Sometimes I forget, but usually there are enough clothes on top that the broken toy parts don''t hurt my feet that bad. But no matter how messy I am, there is always someone messier than me. My parents don''t understand how I got to be this way. My room used to be neat, my hair combed and my clothes folded. That was when Skifflewhim was my friend. He''s really little, with big hairy ears and pants made from an old leather glove. He would hop around, making my clothes dance themselves into the drawers. My hair would part and braid itself out before I even woke up, so I wouldn''t notice if he worked on the tangles. My dolls would march right onto the shelves. And all I had to do was leave out some scraps from dinner. Skifflewhim liked everything I didn''t. He would eat my brussels sprouts, my beets, and the liver my mom would fry with onions. I guess it was because he ate all that stuff that I started to wonder what he wouldn''t eat. I left out a raw onion and he ate it. I left out a bunch of worms I dug up out of the yard and he ate those too. Finally, I thought of
From the Publisher
Can''t get enough of the faerie world? Well, Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black, the brave souls that helped Mallory, Simon, and Jared Grace bring their amazing adventures to a worldwide audience, are here to help you find yours!
Presenting The Spiderwick Chronicles Notebook for Fantastical Observations. This handy interactive storybook features seventeen mini-adventures collected from faerie watchers around the globe as well as plenty of pages for readers to add their own stories, maps, charts, notes, lists, diagrams, and drawings. So get ready to embark on your own faerie adventure -- all you need is an observant eye and an open mind. Just keep your wits about you. After all... their world is closer than you think....
About the Author
Holly Black's first book, Tithe: A Modern Faerie Tale, was published in 2002 with stellar reviews. She lives in West Long Branch, New Jersey, with her husband, Theo. Visit her website at www.blackholly.com