I'm not sure why but I feel like doing another series. I've got my Coraline x Supernatural crossover but I feel like writing something else.
If anyone has any ideas, it'd be highly appreciated.
[ 𝐩𝐢𝐠𝐠𝐲𝐛𝐚𝐜𝐤 ] @bruvtal 𝐠𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐬 𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐚 𝐩𝐢𝐠𝐠𝐲𝐛𝐚𝐜𝐤 𝐫𝐢𝐝𝐞.
se aferra al cuerpo ajeno como si se encontrara en una situación de peligro y en cualquier momento fuera a caer al suelo. “no sé si estoy muy cómoda aquí arriba.” no es la falta de confianza simplemente no está acostumbrada a juegos como aquellos. “¿segure que me puedes? no quiero que te lastimes.”
[ 𝐰𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 ] @blcme 𝐩𝐚𝐭𝐜𝐡𝐞𝐬 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐛𝐚𝐧𝐝𝐚𝐠𝐞𝐬 𝐚 𝐰𝐨𝐮𝐧𝐝 𝐜𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐞 𝐡𝐚𝐬 𝐠𝐨𝐭𝐭𝐞𝐧. / @blcme
“¡ouch!” de verdad está intentando no quejarse pero resulta inevitable cuando siente el ardor recorrer todo su cuerpo. es posible que esté exagerando pero cortada le duele más de lo que debería. “¿estás segure de que no es necesario que vaya al hospital?”
I'm obsessed whit this song.
E Coraline piange
Coraline ha l'ansia
Coraline vuole il mare
Ma ha paura dell'acqua
E forse il mare è dentro di lei
E ogni parola è un'ascia
Un taglio sulla schiena
Come una zattera che naviga
In un fiume in piena
E forse il fiume è dentro di lei, di lei
no I did not write a single essay that I was supposed to for school this year. yes I am writing an essay about a movie I really like just for the hell of it
It's not the right time to be reading Coralin, freaky-ass story, but I can't help myself.
Also scribd is my new best friend
What pushed me to read this book was actually the movie. It’s been one of my favorites for years and I watch it all the time. One of the things that kept me coming back to it was how much I related to the story. This book was actually the first graphic novel I think I’ve ever read. Just as I expected, the book was good, but nothing spectacular, mainly because of it being a children's novel. I rate books I read by 5 different categories, plot, characters, theme, pace, and severity.
Plot: Overall, the plot was well thought out and was executed nicely. The author stayed with the plot continuously and didn’t stray from the main point of the story. A large part of this may be due to the young audience that the book was intended for, but I enjoyed how the story didn’t take pauses for things unnecessary to the plot line. One negative thing I have to say about the plot was it was rather predictable, another thing that may be caused by the target audience. 4/5
Characters: The main character, Coraline, was very easy to relate and grow attached to from her carefree and bold personality. We can watch her interact with herself alone without getting board of her actions, something that can often be a struggle to read through if the author doesn’t give their character enough depth. Coraline also develops through the book into a braver version of herself as the challenges she faces test her shear will power and courage. Unfortunately for the rest of the characters, development isn’t given to most. The small amount of characters don’t get much development at all besides a little from Coraline’s parents. Even as the book comes to and end the remaining side characters don’t see much change at all; showing a change from the book and movie.
Books and movies always differ, but there were a few things that the movie had about the characters that the book didn’t. That really set the movie as, in my opinion, the better of the two. One of the big differences being Coraline’s parent's development. They had a very noticeable change, and that made the ending a lot more content , because we knew that things for Coraline would be better than when the movie started off. We really didn’t get that in the book. 3.5/5
Theme: The theme of this story was obvious almost from the start. Having a strong theme of “family bonds” and “dont take what you have for granted” we can see how family oriented the themes to this story are. The theme and plot worked together well and the theme never got lost in the story. I also think that the book being for children had a big part in that as well. 5/5
Severity: The book wasn’t long by any means. Only 184 pages with maybe 50 words per page. Since I've never read a graphic novel before, judging this part was a bit of a challenge. This book was also incredibly easy to read, another thing that ties to the target audience. 5/5
Overall: 4/5. This wasn’t my favorite book I’ve read, but it was nicely written and perfect for the target audience.
The next book I’ll be writing about is Woman in the window. I haven't read it yet, but I plan on having it done by either tonight or tomorrow.
You probably think this world is a dream come true...but you're wrong.🥀
Children like being spooked just like adults. So I've gathered some fun scary stories beyond the usual Haunted Canada and Goosebumps recommendations to keep your kiddos entertained.
For Beginner Readers
Eerie Elementary series by Jack Chabert
Made specifically for children transitioning into early chapter books, the series features the spooky adventures of children who attend a school that is alive... and angry.
For Older Readers
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
A creepy tale about a boy who was raised in a graveyard by ghosts. If they like the book, the author has written another great scary story for kids called Coraline.
Rowley Jefferson's Awesome Friendly Spooky Stories by Jeff Kinney
A must-read for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid (which is also written by Jeff Kinney), the book is a bit of horror mixed with a bit of comedy.
Nightmares! by Jason Segel
When Charlie Laird's nightmares start slipping into the real world, he has to find a way to make them stop in order to save his town. The first book in a trilogy, it was described by Publishers Weekly as a bit like "Coraline meets Monsters Inc."
WARWICK HOUSE - LATE DECEMBER - 07:59
Transcript under the cut!
(Coraline) Hey, secret admirer, it's mystery siren, what's up?
(Nicholas) Hi! Totally didn't expect you to get in contact with me lol. I thought you'd see me as a creep
(Coraline) No way! It was really touching bc I've never considered myself I good signer before
(Nicholas) You're crazy talented. My singing voice sounds like a dying horse, so you're like Madonna compared to me
(Nicholas) Are you with your folks for Christmas? I'm at my grandparents' house with my cousins
(Coraline) lol no I couldn't afford a trip home so I'm just on campus with a friend
(Coraline) It's not all bad, I have those hazelnut chocolate thingies. Like five boxes!
(Shelby) Henry, I don't want to fight with you. Kat sent me a very sweet apology letter and I apologized, too. I just want us to get past this, I'm so sorry for my behaviour
(Nicholas) My brother loves those things. I think they’re nasty but you do you
(Coraline) lmao, you’re just a hater. Is your brother older you younger
(Nicholas) He's younger by two years
(Coraline) Same with my and my sister, I have a younger brother too
(Nicholas) Hopefully your siblings aren't as annoying as mine
(Coraline) Oh, do you want a bet? It's like I'm a second mother back home but I guess with firstborn boys it's different
(Nicholas) Not really, my dad left when we were young so I'm "the man of the house" or whatever
(Alex) Hi, Kam, can you please pick up? The kiss wasn't even a big—look, just call me
(Nicholas) But I've made peace with it, some people have it worse
(Coraline) That's great, some people struggle with that type of thing
(Nicholas) Plus, I still have my grandparents, they're kinda old fashioned but they're cool
(Coraline) Call me short-sighted, but I forgot to ask your name. Unless it really is "secret admirer"
(Tatiana, from outside) Nick! I've been calling you for five minutes, let's go!
(Nicholas) Haha, no, it’s James
(Coraline) Merry Christmas, James
Coraline: Personally, I blame you
Norman: How can it possibly be my fault?
Coraline: Because otherwise it would be my fault. And that can’t be right
And I'm not asking for anything in return but a smile / Each of your tiny tears is like an ocean on my face
coraline - måneskin
❝se senti campane cantare
vedrai Coraline che piange
Coraline, bella come il sole
ha perso il frutto del suo ventre
non ha conosciuto l'amore
ma un padre che di padre è niente
le han detto in città c'è un castello
con mura talmente potenti
che se ci vai a vivere dentro
non potrà colpirti più niente
non potrà colpirti più niente.❞