by Neil Gaiman; Dave McKeanPrint book : Fiction : Juvenile audience  |  1st ed
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When Coraline's family moves into a new flat, the little girl discovers fourteen doors – only thirteen of which open. When she manages to unlock the fourteenth door, she finds a flat exactly like hers – only with another mother and another father, with buttons for eyes, who want Coraline to stay with...
coraline review   (2011-03-01)
A great book, and one of my favorites. I always bring it wish me on a long trip.
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A nice addition to any library.   (2010-02-11)
A girl moves into a flat with 21 windows and 14 doors. She finds out that one of the doors leads into another world.
A nice addition to any library.   (2009-11-11)
Lonely Coraline, out of boredom and frustration begins to explore her home. One rainy day she unlocks a door and steps into another world. I think that this book is great because it is exciting, adventurous and it has awesome illustrations.