Coraline

Nothing’s freakier than normality, twisted just a little out of shape. Don’t believe us? Read this! It all starts when Coraline moves to a huge, rambling house. There’s something strange about the place. It’s not the mist, or the sinister cat, or even the weird neighbours. It’s the other house, behind the door in the drawing room. It’s exactly like Coraline’s real house, with the same carpet and furnishings. Even stranger, another set of parents are waiting for Coraline there. Except that this mother and father have black-button eyes and papery skin. And they don’t want to let her go home…

  • A dark fairy tale that’s become an iconic modern classic
  • This 10th anniversary edition is illustrated by Chris Riddell
  • Winner of the Hugo Award and the Bram Stoker Award
  • “A marvellously strange and scary book” – Philip Pullman

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    Excellent story. I have watched the Coraline movie. I love it

    5 October 2017

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  • Awards

    Neil Gaiman has won many awards, including the Newbery and Carnegie Medals for The Graveyard Book.

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    Chris Riddell

    Chris Riddell is an award-winning writer, artist and cartoonist and creator of some our favourite books including Goth Girl. He was recently named the 2015-2017 Children’s Laureate.

    Awards

    Chris Riddell’s prestigious awards include three Kate Greenaway Medals for Pirate Diary, Gulliver and The Sleeper and the Spindle, the Newbery and Carnegie Medals for The Graveyard Book,the Nestle Smarties prize for Ottoline and the Yellow Cat and Fergus Crane, and the Costa Children’s Book Award for Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse. He was recently named the Children’s Laureate 2015-2017.

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