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Do you want to get a new book? Get yourself a copy of Notebook For Fantastical Observations (spiderwick Chronicles, The) written by Holly Black / Tony Di Terlizzi. My uncle Claude not long ago read Notebook For Fantastical Observations for he kids who are ages 11 and a toddler and wanted me to create a guide about it.

This notebook for fantastical observations is a must-have for any young adventurer wishing to follow in the footsteps of Arthur Spiderwick and the Grace children. In addition to tips for tracking and observing faerie phenomena (under headings like How to Get the Sight, Faerie Protections, Suggested Equipment, and Ways to Tell There Might Be Faeries Nearby), readers will read about boggarts, brownies, goblins, griffins, hobgoblins, sprites, trolls, stray sod, phookas, unicorns, elves, dwarves, knockers, dragons, and ogres-all creatures found in the first five books of the Spiderwick Chronicles-in tales gathered from faerie watchers around the globe. There are also copious blank pages in each section throughout for readers.

Written by Holly Black / Tony Di Terlizzi and it was published by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. This book was available in June of 2005. The hardcover book is centered on Brothers and sisters and is perceived as a very good fiction. This version is the 1st ed. is 240 pages long and it is filled with pictures.

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