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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Muy creepy y muy siniestro, tal y como me gustan las cosas. It did quite literally; he burned up quick. Somewhat sad, very very weird, yet so sweet and lovely. Jan 12, Elise rated it really liked it. En ocasiones, incluso, afecta negativamente la lectura del texto.
The very essence of Tim Burton! Muette with This Book.
I don’t have much to say. Se lee en un ratito y es muy divertido. This short collection of stories told in verse is as you’d expect from Tim Burton funny, twisted, horrifying, macabre and somehow also rather poignant. Simpatizantes de Tim Burton y de las historias infantiles. One day for fresh air they put him in the garden.
Toda melancolic gente devia ler: If you have a fondness for all things misbegotten AND find that fairy tales are not quite disturbing enough, you should have chixo in your heart for Melonhead and maybe even Jimmy, the Hideous Penguin Boy. Dec 11, Vicente Ribes rated it really liked it Shelves: It has a place of honor next to my Edward Gorey picture books. But I just loved how simple the work was and the way it mimed these Tim Burton is a mystery to me, Quite literally.
But at least after that I had a nice place to sleep. We talked about flowers, and her poetry classes, and the problems she’d have if she ever wore glasses. It is strongly reminiscent of Hilaire Belloc’s Cautionary Tales for Children my review HEREbu A short collection of macabre poems, illustrated like a children’s book, but aimed more at the YA market, and delightful for dark-thinking adults as well.
View all 3 comments. Life isn’t easy for the Pin Cushion Queen. To others he was known as that horrible Toxic Boy. Whoever thought that you could die from breathing outdoor air? Este breve libro expone el ingenio de Burton para llevar a cabo, ahora en el discurso literario, su carnaval de personajes extraordinarios ya frecuentes en sus proyectos de cine. He loved ammonia and asbestos, and lots of cigarette smoke. But could a flame ever burn for a match and a stick?
La melancólica muerte de Chico Ostra
He’d stand inside the garage in the early-morning frost, waiting for the car to start and fill him with exhaust. The children were all cute and cuddly But I knew that something was terribly wrong. Oyster Boy, en su cualidad de tener cabeza de ostra, es devorado por sus padres: Trust me, if you ever get the chance upon this book Tim Burton fans, you’re in for a real treat!
When she sits on her throne pins push through her spleen.
The illustrations are marvellous too. I definitely chuckled a few times. It’s a collection of short poems and accompanying doodles by Tim Burton. Match Girl enciende en llamas a su enamorado: It happened that day she picked up a strange pussy willow.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Roy, the Toxic Boy To those who knew him -his friends- we called him Roy. Published July by Anagrama first published Want to Read Currently Reading Read. View all 4 comments.
Through her organs and torso she sprouted like wings, a beautiful set of mattress and springs. Esto desnuda a las historias de su ropaje original de musicalidad y magia. Her head swelled up white and a soft as a pillow. View all 10 comments. You can read the book here it seems to be complete: A short collection of macabre poems, illustrated like a children’s book, but aimed more at the YA market, and delightful for dark-thinking adults as well.
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The natives are strange but friendly. The final gasp of his short life was sickly with despair. Now, I have this really dear friend who sometimes pretends to be Tim.