Emily the Strange

Emily the Strange

The Lost Days

Book - 2009
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Emily is not your average thirteen-year-old girl. She wears the same black dress every day. She loves maths and science. Her best friends are four black cats and she's into old rock and punk music. Emily is anything but typical and so is this exciting new series of novels about her life. 13 elements you will find in the first Emily the Strange novel:* Mystery* A beautiful golem* Souped-up slingshots* Four black cats* Amnesia* Calamity Poker* Angry ponies* A shady truant officer* Top-13 lists* A sandstorm generator* Doppelgängers* A secret mission* Earwigs
Publisher: Cosmic Debris, 2009.
ISBN: 9780007310784
Branch Call Number: YA FIC DEBR
T FIC REG
Additional Contributors: Parker, Buzz

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dragonette
Jul 25, 2014

It is very bizarre. In other words it is awesome!!!!!

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HolleayExtraVowels
Jul 05, 2013

Emily is truly StrAnGe:)

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epurys
Nov 17, 2012

Emily is definitely an original, memorable character. There was almost a surreal quality to the entire story that I really appreciated. It takes a while to get into and understand what's going on. Very mysterious. I could see this possibly being made into a short film or tv mini series.

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obliviun
Jul 28, 2012

There were a lot of boring parts, but the interesting parts made me want to keep reading.

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GraceVisser
Feb 25, 2012

This is a fantastic book! This series is in my top ten. You won't want to put it down! :D

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Lavandion
Feb 11, 2012

This one is a very good book. I really like it and I laughed a lot:)

AliceCheshire13 Dec 30, 2011

I love Emily the Strange! It's a book about a girl who has lost her memory and has no idea where she is or WHO she is. The whole theme of Emily the Strange is about being a nonconformist and just being who you are. The whole book is filled with artwork, which makes it like a part comic book--part novel. Also, if you are a Tim Burton fan, you will enjoy this book! Hope you like it as much as I do!

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GraceVisser
Apr 23, 2012

GraceVisser thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 20

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