Being that the new movie, Coraline, is released February 6th, some of you may want to read the book first. Originally written by Neil Gaiman, we have several copies here at the library including a Movie Collector’s Edition and a graphic novel version.

A young girl walks through a secret door in her new home and discovers an alternate version of her life. On the surface, this parallel reality is eerily similar to her real life – only much better. But when her adventure turns dangerous, and her counterfeit parents try to keep her forever, Coraline must count on her resourcefulness, determination, and bravery to get back home – and save her family.


Coraline Poster

If you’d like details on the movie, follow this link.


PS– And if you want to spend HOURS on the Internet learning and playing with stuff about the movie, do some creepy exploring at the official website, . –amy

PPS– of course, don’t spend SO much time online that you forget to read the book. It’s short and creepy, so definitely worth squeezing into your schedule. –amy again



  1. coffee said

    Coraline looks pretty good; it’s amazing how many big name actors they get for these animated flicks

  2. Having read this I thought it was rather informative.

    I appreciate you spending some time and effort to put this short article together.
    I once again find myself personally spending way too much
    time both reading and posting comments. But
    so what, it was still worthwhile!

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