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Coraline was a book written by Neil Gaiman. The book follows a young girl (Coraline) who moved to a new building with her parents. The building is home to not just her family but a few other folks as well. As Coraline discovers throughout the book, this building is not quite what it seems. Upon entering a door that supposedly led to the apartment next to her family's (which she was instructed NOT to do) she discover's a whole new seemingly better world. The other world is complete with her "other mother" and "other father" who are just like her parents only having buttons for eyes. However, as she comes to discover, there is something much more sinister going on in this "other world". Will Coraline be able to face her demons and save her real parents from the clutches of the "other mother" or will she be trapped in this "other world" forever?







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 This is a rare example where a good book, the movie is actually much better. Because of how the book is written the Wybie character was created in the movie version.  The Book has a lot of to self narration and Wybie was used so Coraline had someone to talk to in the movie.     Watching the movie first took away some of the excitement in this book.  I loved the Wybie character.  Both silent and talkative versions reminded me of the two autistic cousins I have.  They are sisters and are both o...

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