“When Coraline steps through a door in her family’s new home, she finds herself in another house, strangely similar to her own. But also very different!
The food is better, the toybox is full of fascinating things, and Coraline is made very welcome. But then it becomes clear the other mother and father who live there want Coraline to stay, and never go back to her real parents, and she faces a terrible struggle to be free.”
The storyline is very intruiging, and the artwork is captivating as well. (The ISBN is: 978-0-7475-9406-2) There is also a movie of Coraline, directed by Henry Selick, as expected. I haven’t watched it yet, but I suppose it will be amazing as well. Here is the trailer: