The Boxtrolls:A Novel



❮Read❯ ➳ The Boxtrolls:A Novel ➶ Author Elizabeth Cody Kimmel – E17streets4all.co.uk A novel based on the new feature film The Boxtrolls have raised an orphaned human boy, Eggs, since infancy as one of their dumpster diving and mechanical junk collecting own When the Boxtrolls are tar A novel based on the new feature film The Boxtrolls have raised an orphaned human boy, Eggs, since infancy as one of their dumpster diving and mechanical junk collecting own When the Boxtrolls are targeted by villainous The Boxtrolls:A Kindle - pest exterminator Archibald Snatcher, who is bent on eradicating them as his ticket to Cheesebridge society, the kindhearted band of tinkerers must turn to their adopted charge and adventurous rich girl Winnie to bridge two worlds amidst the winds of change and cheeseUniversal.The Boxtrolls:A Novel

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • The Boxtrolls:A Novel
  • Elizabeth Cody Kimmel
  • 09 November 2018
  • 031633264X

10 thoughts on “The Boxtrolls:A Novel

  1. says:

    Just like the movie A very cute, but odd book.

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this and putting back on the shelves to wait for my nephews niece to read it

  3. says:

    Rating by Wesley, age 6

  4. says:

    this was a book based off a movie I liked the movie the best, the story is good.

  5. says:

    Just like the movie, this book was awesome Noneeds to be said as it sits proudly upon my shelf next to the BluRay.

  6. says:

    I read this with my daughter neither of is was too impressed

  7. says:

    And a happy ending Yeah

  8. says:

    Pretty kiddish I enjoyed taking forever to read it in my free time Found out that I cry about stoopid stuff It was Yeah

  9. says:

    Very fun with a lot of lessons about self identity, doing what s right, the abuse of power, and the power of family Eggs has grown up believing he is one of the ingenious, mechanically adept, below ground dwelling Boxtrolls His identity and courage are tested when he first meets evil and has to confront that what he knows about himself and his family and even the survival of his dear Boxtrolls Winnie too has to deal with her worldview being corrected, with good being evil and evil being good Very fun with a lot of lessons about self identity, doing what s right, the abuse of power, and the power of family Eggs has grown up believing he is one of the ingenious, mechanically adept, below ground dwelling Boxtrolls His identity and courage are tested when he first meets evil and has to confront that what he knows about himself and his family and even the survival of his dear Boxtrolls Winnie too has to deal with her worldview being corrected, with good being evil and evil being good I think it was good to have both strong male and female characters one from the human side and one from the Boxtrolls side There are plenty of close calls and frustrating no one is listening to me moments to keep the tension high The resolution is worthy of a rousing cheer This is one of the few movie to book pieces that I ve read and I haven t seen the movie but I have to say the the storytelling holds up well and does seem to capture the cinematic quality, while feeling as full as an original book It would be a nice schoolroom pairing to read the book then see the movie and discuss them I enjoyed it as a quick, easy read with a dramatic flair

  10. says:

    It s hard to say what to rate this, because it is a good adaptation, but it becomes redundant reading if you ve already seen the movie And you should see the movie It properly brings the characters to life and shows the quirkiness of the boxtrolls which the book is only trying to emulate I suppose it is a good resource for children still getting into the reading game and there are some details Kimmel added which weren t in the movie which makes me wonder if she made them up or if they were d It s hard to say what to rate this, because it is a good adaptation, but it becomes redundant reading if you ve already seen the movie And you should see the movie It properly brings the characters to life and shows the quirkiness of the boxtrolls which the book is only trying to emulate I suppose it is a good resource for children still getting into the reading game and there are some details Kimmel added which weren t in the movie which makes me wonder if she made them up or if they were details not able to make in the movie But for older readers I d just save the time and watch the movie or read the original book this is all based off of if you re truly interested Although Here Be Monsters is pretty different from this story it is still a fun read and you see much of the inspiration that was used for Boxtrolls

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