Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs
Tim Burton does his magic and Miss Peregrine’s Home to Peculiar Children jumps at n.4 in the Children’s Series Chart of The new York Times (its previous peak was n.25 on Feb.20, 2014).
The movie (due on September 30) directed by the visual Maestro Tim Burton, is the adaptation of the famous fantasy novel written by Ransom Riggs about a 16 years old boy, Jacob, who discovers an old home inhabited by children with peculiar abilities. Why they have been quarantined on a remoted island and who’s coming after them is now Jacob’s mission.
An exciting story, illustrated with haunting vintage photography that will delight adults, teens, and anyone who relishes an adventure in the shadows.
Riggs’ two sequels are also back in the top 150 this week: Hollow City (n.64) and Liberty of Souls (n.98).
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