The Devil's Storybook

The Devil's Storybook

by Natalie Babbitt
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Overview

The Devil's Storybook by Natalie Babbitt

The Devil's Storybook is a 1974 New York Times Book Review Notable Children's Book of the Year and a 1975 National Book Award Finalist for Children's Books.

An ALA Notable Book

Chosen by School Library Journal as one of the Best of the Best Books

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781429955263
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Publication date: 10/12/2010
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 112
File size: 576 KB
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Artist and writer Natalie Babbitt (1932-2016) is the award-winning author of the modern classic Tuck Everlasting, The Eyes of the Amaryllis, Kneeknock Rise and many other brilliantly original books for young people. She began her career in 1966 as the illustrator of The Forty-ninth Magician, written by her husband. When her husband became a college president and no longer had time to collaborate, Babbitt tried her hand at writing. Her first novel, The Search for Delicious, established her gift for writing magical tales with profound meaning. Kneeknock Rise earned her a Newbery Honor Medal, and in 2002, Tuck Everlasting was adapted into a major motion picture. Natalie Babbitt lived in Hamden, CT.
Artist and writer Natalie Babbitt (1932-2016) is the award-winning author of the modern classic Tuck Everlasting, The Eyes of the Amaryllis, Kneeknock Rise and many other brilliantly original books for young people. She began her career in 1966 as the illustrator of The Forty-ninth Magician, written by her husband. When her husband became a college president and no longer had time to collaborate, Babbitt tried her hand at writing. Her first novel, The Search for Delicious, established her gift for writing magical tales with profound meaning. Kneeknock Rise earned her a Newbery Honor Medal, and in 2002, Tuck Everlasting was adapted into a major motion picture. Natalie Babbitt lived in Hamden, CT.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book has many adventurous stories in which the Devil appears doing evil deeds. It is about the Devil and what happens to the numerous characters on Earth, in Heaven, or in Hell. One favorite story was 'Ashes,' because of the way a pig gets attached to the main character. The stories have good morals, and they were interesting, funny, and hard to stop reading.