Resultados para: gris-grimly
'Grimly enlivens the prose while retaining its power to both frighten and engage sympathy for the monster-creator Victor Frankenstein. This is a richly morose nightmare of a book, a primer for young readers on the pleasures and dangers of decadent...
Hunt,Margaret; Grimm,Jacob and Wilhelm(9345675)
The Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales are brought to life for a new generation of readers in their original, uncut form by the modern master of gothic horror, Gris Grimly. Grimm. The name alone is enough to call to mind any number of the timeless fairy...
Presents the adventures of Pinocchio, a mischievous wooden puppet, who wants more than anything else to become a real boy.
Singer,Marilyn; Grimly,Gris; Soenksen,Steven Ray(654925)
Poems introduce a variety of monsters from literature, folklore, and popular culture, including Count Dracula, the werewolf, the zombie, King Kong, bigfoot, Medusa, and others.sob encomenda
Transported into Robert Louis Stevenson's classic tale of pirates and treasure, Frankie and Devin must battle their way past Long John Silver and his band of buccaneers to make it out of the story and safely back into the library.sob encomenda
Bella Legrossi and Boris Kleanitoff, the messiest and cleanest monsters in Booville respectively, do nothing but argue until the night of Harry Beastie's Halloween party.sob encomenda
Brown,Lisa; Williams-Garcia,Rita; Griffin,Adele; Buckley,Michael; PILKEY ,DAV; SCIESZKA ,JON; Stine,R.l.; Legrand ,Claire; Barnhill,Kelly; Adam Gidwitz; Older,Daniel Jose; Nikki Loftin(9320969)
Be afraid, be very afraid of Terrifying Tales, the sixth volume in the Guys Read Library of Great Reading.Eleven masters of suspense—Kelly Barnhill, Michael Buckley, Adam Gidwitz, Adele Griffin and Lisa Brown, Claire Legrand, Nikki Loftin, Daniel...
Poe,Edgar Allan; Grimly,Gris(1069633)
Presents four classic tales of the macabre enhanced by appropriately ghoulish illustrations.
A collection of twenty-six poems features creepy, funny, bizarre, and fascinating creatures from myth, legend, and popular culture.
Frankie and Devin never expected to become Shakespeare experts until they are launched into 'Romeo and Juliet,' but this time, instead of just doing well on their assignment, they learn a hard lesson about love and sacrifice.