Reviewed By Ms. H. WHO IS IN THE STORY. Nobody Bod Owens who is the only live person in the graveyard. The Man Jack who has evil on his mind. Mr. And Mrs. Owens , a kind, ghostly couple who never had a child of their own. The Inhabitants of the Graveyard. The story takes place InBy casper
Welcome To GFJ Teen Book Club. Lets Get To Know Each Other. First say your name Next tell use something that interests you Then what is your favorite book Last repeat your name. What Have You Read Over the Summer. I have read: The Hunchback Assignments by Arthur SladeBy kasimir-garner
Textbook Assignment #4: Fantasy. Adriana Hernandez LSSL 5360 – Dr. Perry November 6 , 2015. Collins, S. (2003). Gregor the Overlander . New York: Scholastic.By nendsley
Dark Name-Play in Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book winner of the 2009 Newbery Award winner of the 2009 National Book Award winner of a major prize for “Best Recorded Book”. by Don L. F. Nilsen English Department Arizona State University. How Nobody Owens Got His Name.By eswanson
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Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. A Visual Dictionary Interlude. Podium P. 169. MORNING SUIT p. 168. daytime formal dress code for men Includes a tailcoat, waistcoat, and striped trousers,. a small platform where a person stands when making a speech.
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. A Visual Dictionary Chapter 6. a rch p. 174. w illow-grove p. 176. A curved, stone wall with an entrance. A cluster of willow trees. p. 180. “…his brow furrowed…”
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. A Visual Dictionary Chapter Two. Inscription P . 39. CHAPEL p. 37. A small church, may not be used frequently. Words or images written or etched into stone . GARGOYLE.
Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book. A Visual Dictionary Chapter Seven. green and yellow lichen p. 221. “upper deck of the elderly (older) bus” p. 217. A slow growing plant; a fungus that grows on rocks, trees and stones. Magpie p. 220.
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. A Visual Dictionary Chapter 3. Talon p. 74. Mackintosh p. 66. The sharp claw of an animal. A raincoat. “…much trodden Path…” p. 82. Piebald p. 76. A path many people have walked on. Spotted or mottled skin coloring; usually on horses or animals.
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. A Visual Dictionary Chapter 4. “…rust-brown iron railings each topped with a small rusting spearhead…” p. 99. Thunderstone p. 108. A lightning bolt; this word was used hundreds of years ago. Coiled p. 115. “…Tendrils of a carnivorous plant…” p. 115
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. A Visual Dictionary: Chapter 1. airing cupboard p. 10. “…wisps of nightime mist..” p. 5-6. a warm cupboard where you put newly washed clothes until they are completely dry. “…abandoned funeral chapel, iron doors padlocked…” p. 12. funeral chapel.
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. A Visual Dictionary Chapter 8. Cattle stampede p. 296. The pampas p. 296. An area of grassland and plains in Argentina. A lot of cattle, moving quickly, in one direction. Clipper ship p. 296 A tall, 3-masted ship powered by wind in the sails.