[PDF] Download ↠ The Field Guide | by ↠ Holly Black Tony DiTerlizzi

By Holly Black Tony DiTerlizzi | Comments: ( 447 ) | Date: ( Oct 14, 2019 )

Book 1 in The Spiderwick ChroniclesA 1 New York Times BestsellerGo away close the book put it down do not look.

  • Title: The Field Guide
  • Author: Holly Black Tony DiTerlizzi
  • ISBN: 9781416950172
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Holly Black Tony DiTerlizzi

Holly Black is the author of bestselling contemporary fantasy books for kids and teens Some of her titles include The Spiderwick Chronicles with Tony DiTerlizzi , The Modern Faerie Tale series, the Curse Workers series, Doll Bones, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, the Magisterium series with Cassandra Clare , The Darkest Part of the Forest, and her new series which begins with The Cruel Prince in January 2018.She has been a a finalist for an Eisner Award, and the recipient of the Andre Norton Award, the Mythopoeic Award and a Newbery Honor She currently lives in New England with her husband and son in a house with a secret door.

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Comments The Field Guide

  • Patrick

    I'm reading these books for the second time. But it's been years since I picked them up, and it's the first time I'm reading them with my son. And both of those things make a huge difference to my experience.First, and perhaps most importantly, my little boy likes them. He's about five an a half, which is younger than the target age for these books, but he's into them. (In the interest of full disclosure, Oot isn't the most critical of readers at this point in his life. He pretty much likes all [...]

  • Bangadybangz

    This was such a fun little book! Short and sweet, quirky and magical, loved it! I've always been a fan of anything to do with fairies and folklore, so I'm definitely pumped to delve more into this exciting world!

  • Sh3lly ☽ Guardian of Beautiful Squids and Lonely Moons ☽

    I read this with my daughter for a school book report. It features three children and their now-single mom, as they move to a dilapidated house owned by an elderly relative. Mallory is the eldest and likes fencing. Simon is one of the twin boys and loves animals and science. Jared is the other twin and appears to the trouble-maker of the bunch. They discover they may not be the only inhabitants after stumbling upon a hidden attic with a field guide full of details about fairies. Crazy things sta [...]

  • Rachel

    Everything about the packaging and promotion of this book is delightfule title, the mysterious notes obscuring the back cover synopses, the inclusion of a letter from the three children protagonists to the author. All of that is very nice, but after reading the first installment, I can't help but feel a little robbed. First of all, and forgive me for this, I can't help comparing the books to a more cleverly written and altogether smarter series, Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events." [...]

  • Becky

    Just your typical 'move into an old creepy house, weird stuff starts happening, one of the kids gets blamed, and then they find a book that explains the existence of fairies/faeries/fey which solves their problems while at the same time causing many more problems'. Happens every day. Also, I'm no expert in the sport of fencing, but I'm pretty sure that they don't call the weapon a sword, and someone who is serious about fencing, as Mallory apparently is, would know that. I think that this book r [...]

  • Taylor Knight

    I read the Spiderwick Chronicles back when I was quite young, maybe eight or nine. My sister and I read the crap out these books (we must have read them 15 times, no joke) and I've been wanting to revist this series and the wonderful fantasy world that Holly and Tony created for awhile now but I've finally gotten around to it.The writing partnership of Holly Black and Tony DiTerlizzi is remarkable and this series is by far some of the most well written literature that I've ever read.The three ma [...]

  • Kristina

    I remember reading and loving this book when I was 10 or 11years old. So when I saw it in one of my local charity shops I immediately bought it. I definitely don't regret it. I think I loved it just as much as my child self. Maybe because I am such a huge fan of all things paranormal. I like that there are drawings throughout the book which are absolutely gorgeous by the way. :) It follows the adventure of two brothers and a sister into the magical world right beside the house they live in. Ther [...]

  • Reem Alkhalaf

    ممتعة لأقصى حد انتهيت منها بأقل من ساعتين المراجعة ستكون عند انتهائي من الجزء الخامس والأخير منها

  • Alexis Ayala

    Las crónicas de Spiderwik nos cuenta la historia de Simón, Jared y Mallory, tres hermanos que se mudan con su madre a una casa de la época victoriana en medio de un lugar aparato de la ciudad. Pronto, los ruidos de la casa, los mensajes en el polvo y aquel libro lleno de criaturas fantásticas que encontraron los llevará a querer descubrir qué hay detrás de todo eso. Volver a estos libros después de años me trae un sin fin de recuerdos de aquella primera vez que lo leí. En esta ocasión [...]

  • C.P. Cabaniss

    About a year and a half ago I found this entire five book series at a thrift store and decided to buy them. I didn't know much about the series, other than that there was a movie made, but for five bucks I decided to take a chance. And now, over a year later, I have finally started reading them. And I'm really glad I have. This first book is about the Grace children: Mallory, Jared, and Simon. Their lives have changed quite drastically in a short amount of time and they find themselves in a new [...]

  • Cait • A Page with a View

    I might be out of the target age range for this series just a wee bit buuuuut better late than never.

  • George Jankovic

    I like this book for kids (8-11). It's spooky at times as you follow two twin boys and their sister in a creepy, old house. Enjoy!

  • Anne

    Very cute! I can see why kids like them. I'm sure I'll end up buying the complete set for mine!

  • Amy

    A fun and quick read.

  • Cait (Paper Fury)

    I read this for research purposes. I'm pretty sure a boggart is stealing my left socks. OKAY, NO. That's not why I'm researching it! I want to write children's books, and mine turn out too weird, so I thought I'd read more children's books and get a hang of the voice and style. This was an epic example. (It can't be more then 10K, right?) I really enjoyed it. I've watched the movie, and the first book iswhat? The first 20 minutes of the movie?! It's such an adorably cute book! But now I'm impres [...]

  • P

    เดี๋ยวนี้กลายเป็นคนชอบอ่านหนังสือเด็กที่มีภาพประกอบไปแล้ว สำหรับสไปเดอร์วิกนี่เคยดูหนังเมื่อหลายปีก่อน ชอบนะ พอมาอ่านแล้วรู้สึกว่าหนังสือนี่เล่าเรื่องแบบกระชับมาก ไม่ยืด [...]

  • Jackie "the Librarian"

    Fairies are DANGEROUS. And they don't want you to know about them. I love that this book takes the question of fairies and brownies and pixies seriously, it gives this story its power. I love the setting: the rambling old house out in the country, the secret room, the shadowy feeling that something is watchingAnd I love the format of this series, with the uneven edges to the pages, the small size of the books. They just feel cool. This is the first book of the series, and it starts off strong. S [...]

  • Brooke

    This had everything a children's book should have: imagination. This was really great!

  • Gretchen

    As I said in an earlier comment, I love the size and feel of this small book. That may sound an odd comment, but I am a book lover of the real deal books, not electronic ones. I love books you can hold in your hands, feel and smell the paper, books you can caress. It's just such a lovely size; I could hold it in one hand whilst I read. Even the fonts captured me. This is the sort of book that I would have cherished as a young girl, collecting all of the series and placing them in a special spot [...]

  • LeonaCarstairs

    "The Field Guide" is one imaginative little book. This book is short, but very good and original. For fast readers such as myself, it might take 20-30 minutes to read this book. That's how quick of a story it is. But despite being only about 100 pages, I totally loved the story of the Grace siblings. I read this for the first time when I was 8?? 9?? I don't really remember actually, but I loved these magical adventures then and still do. If you know anyone who is a reluctant reader, or prefers s [...]

  • Peter Monn

    Loved this book so much. Can't wait to read the rest of the series. Check out my review on my booktube channel at YouTube/peterlikesbooks

  • Jennifer

    The First book in a series of Five. The story is about the Grace Children: Mallory who is 13 and the 9 year-old twins Jared and Simon. When their father leaves the family, mom and the kids move into the Spiderwick estate - a large crumbling mansion that they inherited from their “crazy” Aunt. The house is big enough for Mallory to practice her fencing, Simon to keep his stray animals he loves and for Jared to .well mostly just be pissed off. He isn’t handling the whole abandonment thing re [...]

  • Susen liest

    3,5 Sterne - Ist zwar niedlich erzählt, aber grundsätzlich passiert in dem Buch extrem wenig und es endet ziemlich unbefriedigend. So richtig rund fand ich die Sache nicht und kann leider nicht wirklich den Hype um diese Reihe verstehen

  • Isa Lot

    Uno de esos libros entrañables que se pueden leer a cualquier edad, muy bien escrito, sencillo y ameno, y con ese ambiente de fantasía y magia, en una casa misteriosa, tan maravilloso. Me ha gustado mucho, no podía parar de leer.

  • Martin

    Обожавам тази поредица! Това са книгите, които ме накараха да обичам четенето, затова са и толкова специални за мен :)

  • Stefan Yates

    I wasn't too sure what I was getting into when I started this book and I must say that I was much more than pleasantly surprised. The story centers on a mother and her three children, a set of twins and their older sister, who have just moved into the old dilapidated house that has been in the family for years. Very soon after moving in, strange occurrences begin to happen and the children dedicate themselves to solving the mystery.This is a well written introduction to the series and the style [...]

  • Reddish

    Debo decir, sin vergüenza alguna, que soy muy fan de la película Las Crónicas de Spiderwick. Es por eso mismo que he decidido leer los libros. De momento la cosa me está gustando bastante. Las ilustraciones le dan un toque fantástico a la historia. Ya explicaré qué me ha parecido la saga en general en el último tomo, puesto a que son bastante cortitos, y no creo que tarde mucho en leerlos todos.

  • Richie Chagas

  • Marit

    I needed one more fantasy and this book was sitting on my brothers book shelves. So I said to myself just read it what's the worst that could happen. Anyways I watched the movie as a child and got extremely scared of it. I don't remember why I just did. This is a great example of a fantasy book that I don't hate. I read this all tonight as soon as I got home and ended up liking it. What a shock I like a fantasy book. 😂 It had realistic people with hints of fantasy in it. But you weren't const [...]

  • Tibor Horvath

    Awesome! Can't wait to continue.

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