The Field GuideBook - 2003
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Mallory Grace: What happens when Mulgarath gets the book?
Thimbletack: I die. You die. We all die. Bye-bye.
Mallory Grace: [turns to Jared; voice quavering slightly] What does he mean, 'we all die'?
Jared Grace: I think he means... we all die.
Aunt Lucinda Spiderwick: [showing scars on forearm] If they say 'suicide' and you say 'goblins', this place is where they put you.
Hogsqueal: [as the griffin is soaring far overhead] Fly as you want. Griffin! I swallowed an ogre whole. You could be next!
Tow Truck Driver: [after running over an invisible monster] Did I hit someone?
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green_pig_629 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 99
RobertELPL thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over
blue_dolphin_4663 thinks this title is suitable for 9 years and over
MUSICinWIRES thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 10
SummaryAdd a Summary
This is my favourite book in the series. It has strong characters and introduces us to the Spiderwick family. The heroes must find the book that Spiderwick wrote, and learn to trust each other and forgive past grievances. We are also introduced to the world of fairies, and to the one helper that will remain true to the family through all their adventures. The end of the book is defiantly a cliff hanger, so you will have to get the next book in order to find out what happens.
When the Grace children go to stay at their Great Aunt Lucinda's worn Victorian house, they discover a field guide to fairies and other creatures and begin to have some unusual experiences.
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