9 edition of Oddest of all found in the catalog.
A collection of nine short stories featuring ghosts, half-humans, unicorns, and other unusual creatures.
|Statement||stories by Bruce Coville.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.C8344 Ocp 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007050298|
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ODDEST OF ALL opens with the thought-provoking "In Our Own Hands," in which Earth is given a mind-boggling choice.
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Oddest of All is a collection of short stories. The stories are all very engaging and imaginative. Four of the stories I would consider "dark." I was not uncomfortable with the subject matter but I would recommend this book to mature readers only. It's not just the subject matter but a few of the stories are written with more complex story lines/5.
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/5(2). Bookseller/Diagram Prize for Oddest Title of the Year. Oddest book title prize. up alongside How Tea Cosies Changed the World and a study of the penis on the shortlist for the award which honours the oddest titles in publishing.
Oddest of All. By: Despite all that, she was beautiful, in a weird kind of way. My first reaction was to laugh, because it was kind of cool. I figured some idiot at the station was playing a joke.
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8 Prodigiorum Ac Ostentorum Chronicon. Otherwise known as the Chronicle of Portents and Prophecies, this book was written in by the French humanist Conrad out like an encyclopedia, the book transcribes otherworldly happenings since the time of Adam and Eve.
But while the encyclopedic Codex Seraphinianus was a book of fantasy, Lycosthenes’s Chronicle was relatively. To the short stories gathered in Odds Are Good: An Oddly Enough and Odder Than Ever Omnibus () Coville adds nine more: six previously published but revised, and three newbies.
Except for year-old Murphy Murphy's hilarious experience on stage in "What's the Worst That Could Happen?" all are fantasies—most featuring ghosts or other supernatural entities, occasional puns ("The Mask of.
Or collections of short stories, like the ones in Oddly Enough,Odder Than Ever, or today's selection, Oddest of All.
The book contains nine short stories, some that are decidedly science-fiction (as is the case with the first story, "In Our Own Hands", in which aliens arrive and make an offer to the inhabitants of a struggling Earth: They will. After decades in the business, Guinness World Records knows weird.
The organization, which is celebrating its 60th anniversary Thursday, has made its. I wished that this nonsense would all be a dream. The lemurs both left. The giraffe had enough. The octopus gave me back all of my stuff. The blue penguin waddled right up to my feet. He carried a sandwich, most ready to eat.
Then he flew off when he flapped both his wings. And that, of it all, was the oddest of things. The Bookseller/Diagram Prize for Oddest Title of the Year, originally known as the Diagram Group Prize for the Oddest Title at the Frankfurt Book Fair, commonly known as the Diagram Prize for short, is a humorous literary award that is given annually to a book with an unusual title.
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The book contains nine short stories, three of which are original to this volume. The other six were previously published between andbut have been revised for ODDEST OF ALL.
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