Coraline in USA Today

Deirdre Donahue, “Plot your reading course; Booksellers recommend the season’s hot reads.”, USA Today, May 23, 2002.

…Bookseller Scott Werbin at the Tudor Bookshop and Cafe in Kingston, Pa., possesses a particular expertise in science fiction. The title he most anticipates: Coraline, written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Dave McKean (HarperCollins, $15.99; early July). “He is the most prolific and powerful contemporary fantasy writer working today,” Werbin says of Gaiman, author of the best-selling American Gods. A children’s book for ages 9 and up, it presents “a new way of encountering the supernatural. Using only her imagination, Coraline has to save her parents.”…

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