Tuesday, 20 September 2016

#Summer #Reading List: #TalesOfThePeculiar by #RansomRiggs


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Summer Reading List: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs


Miss Peregrine’sHome for Peculiar Children has been one of my favorite new series. Ransom Riggs blended his magical story with real-life old peculiar photos to make a trilogy unlike any other. The peculiar children each have their own unique abilities, and when their home is threatened they take off on an action-packed adventure filled with magic, time travel, and horrific monsters. While on their adventure they have one treasure that they hold dear, and source for clues to unanswered questions: an old and faded copy of Tales of the Peculiar. This book is like a peculiar history textbook, and it helps them along the way as they fight to find their beloved Miss Peregrine and save their loop.


Tales of the Peculiar is now available to all of us; it is the very same one with the history of peculiars that Miss Peregrine's kids used on their adventure. The strange stories and beautiful illustrations are a great read for those who love the original series. If you haven’t read the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series yet it is a fantastic read! Stay tuned for the major motion picture Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, directed by Tim Burton and set to open September 30.


















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