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Books like Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

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Tales of the Peculiar
Ransom Riggs - 2016-09-03
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This collection of original stories delves deeper into the peculiar world created by Ransom Riggs in his bestselling Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series. Tales of the Peculiar features cannibals who dine on discarded limbs, a fork-tongued princess, and the origins of the first ymbryne. Discover hidden information about the peculiar world through the eyes of Millard Nullings, ward of Miss Peregrine and scholar of all things peculiar.
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Katherine Rundell - 2013-03-07
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Join Sophie on her search for her past as she discovers a secret rooftop world in Paris. This whimsical and magical tale explores the beauty of sky, music, and the belief in extraordinary things. Evade the French authorities and become a part of Matteo's network of rooftoppers - helping Sophie in her quest to find her mother before it's too late. Will they succeed or will Sophie lose hope?
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The Night Gardener
Jonathan Auxier - 2014-05-20
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In "The Night Gardener" by Jonathan Auxier, two abandoned Irish siblings find work as servants at a spooky English manor house filled with mystery and danger. This Victorian ghost story is also a moral fable about human greed and the power of storytelling. With exquisite language and shades of Washington Irving and Henry James, "The Night Gardener" is sure to become a classic.
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The Wolves of Willoughby Chase
Joan Aiken - 2000-11-14 (first published in 1962)
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Two young girls must fend for themselves against wicked wolves and a cruel governess when their parents leave them in the care of Miss Slighcarp. In this classic tale, the girls' happy home is destroyed and they are sent to a prison-like orphan school. With the help of a gooseboy, they escape and must find a way to save their home. This edition includes an introduction by the author's daughter and a 50th anniversary cover illustration by Edward Gorey.
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The Ocean at the End of the Lane
A Novel
Neil Gaiman - 2013-06-18
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A man returns to his childhood home for a funeral and is drawn to the farm where he met Lettie Hempstock, a remarkable girl, and her family when he was seven years old. Memories come flooding back, revealing a past too strange and frightening for anyone, let alone a small boy. The Ocean at the End of the Lane is a groundbreaking work that showcases the power of storytelling to reveal and shelter us from darkness. This poignant tale, told with rare understanding of what makes us human, is both delicate and menacing. With bonus features such as a meet with the author, a reading group guide, and an interview, this book is a must-read for anyone seeking a captivating story.
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Wildwood Chronicles Complete Box Set
Wildwood, Under Wildwood, Wildwood Imperium
Colin Meloy - 2014-12-02
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This fantasy adventure series, perfect for fans of The Chronicles of Narnia, follows best friends Prue and Curtis as they uncover a secret world called Wildwood. The box set includes all three books, each filled with stunning illustrations, and follows the duo as they navigate warring creatures and powerful forces to save the wilderness they now call home. Don't miss the epic conclusion in Wildwood Imperium.
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Cornelia Funke - 2005-05-01 (first published in 2003)
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Inkheart is an enchanting tale about a young girl, Meggie, who finds herself in the middle of a real-life adventure when the characters from the book her father read aloud, suddenly come to life. Meggie must learn to harness the magical power to prevent the story from changing her life forever. This magical epic by Cornelia Funke is a timeless reminder about the power of books and imagination. Dare to read it aloud.