The Boxtrolls Novelization by Elizabeth cody Cody Kimmel
  

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This exciting novelization of the blockbuster film The Boxtrolls is sure to be a huge hit with children everywhere, whether they've seen the movie or not. Join Eggs and Winnie and their Boxtroll friends as they try to outsmart the evil Snatcher.

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The Boxtrolls Novelization by Elizabeth cody Cody Kimmel

The Boxtrolls dwell in the vast and intricate caverns under the cobblestone streets of Cheesebridge. Human legend has it the creatures are carnivorous monsters. In reality, though, they're just misunderstood oddballs who've raised an orphan human boy named Eggs. When Eggs discovers his true identity, he finds himself in the very centre of the ongoing struggle between his boxtroll family and cheese-loving fearmongerers. In the end, it takes a privileged little girl named Winnie to teach both Eggs and the people of Cheesebridge what it means to be human.

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Format

Paperback
256 pages

Author

Elizabeth cody Cody Kimmel
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

4th September 2014

ISBN

9780192739452

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