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Tales of the peculiar
Tales of the peculiar
Riggs, Ransom2016
Presents an illustrated edition of the fantastical book featured in the Miss Peregrine series that includes unusual fairy tales about wealthy cannibals, a fork-tongued princess, and the origins of the first ymbryne.This collection of stories, written for peculiar eyes only, presents unusual folklore that are a formative part of the upbringing of peculiar children everywhere. Encoded within their pages are the locations of hidden loops, the secret identities of certain important peculiars, and other information that could aid a peculiar's survival in this hostile world. The stories are annotated with historical and contextual insights that Nullings himself found useful.
Main title:
Tales of the peculiar / by Millard Nullings [i.e. Ransom Riggs] ; illustrated by Andrew Davidson.
London : Syndrigast / Penguin, 2016
160 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Stories referenced in Ransom's Miss Peregrine series, as written by "Millard Nullings" and published by "Syndrigast Publications." These names are used on the title page of the book. Actual author is Ransom Riggs.
The splendid cannibals -- The fork-tongued princess -- The first ymbryne -- The woman who befriended ghosts -- Cocobolo -- The pigeons of Saint Paul's -- The girl who could tame nightmares -- The locust -- The boy who could hold back the sea -- The tale of Cuthbert.
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryTeen FictionT RIGAvailable
Brighton LibraryTeen FictionT RIGAvailable