Emily The Strange

Emily The Strange

Lost Days

eBook - 2009
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13 Elements you will find in the first Emily the Strange novel: 1. Mystery 2. A beautiful golem 3. Souped-up slingshots 4. Four black cats 5. Amnesia 6. Calamity Poker 7. Angry ponies 8. A shady truant officer 9. Top-13 lists 10. A sandstorm generator 11. Doppelgñgers 12. A secret mission 13. Earwigs Emily the Strange: 13 years old. Able to leap tall buildings, probably, if she felt like it. More likely to be napping with her four black cats; or cobbling together a particle accelerator out of lint, lentils, and safety pins; or rocking out on drums/ guitar/saxophone/zither; or painting a swirling feral sewer mural; or forcing someone to say "swirling feral sewer mural" 13 times fast... and pointing and laughing.
Publisher: [United States]:, Harper Collins Publishers ,, 2009
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ISBN: 9780061912382
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file, rda
Additional Contributors: Reger, Rob
Parker, Buzz
hoopla digital
Alternative Title: Lost days


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Jul 25, 2014

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

Jul 05, 2013

Emily is truly StrAnGe:)

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.

Jul 28, 2012

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

Feb 25, 2012

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

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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Apr 23, 2012

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