Emily the Strange by Rob Reger
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Synopsis

13 Elements you will find in the first Emily the Strange novel:

1. Mystery

2. A beautiful golem

3. Souped-up slingshots

4. Four black cats

5. Amnesia

6. Calamity Poker

7. Angry ponies

8. A shady truant officer

9. Top-13 lists

10. A sandstorm generator

11. Doppelgängers

12. A secret mission

13. Earwigs

Emily the Strange: 13 years old. Able to leap tall buildings, probably, if she felt like it. More likely to be napping with her four black cats; or cobbling together a particle accelerator out of lint, lentils, and safety pins; or rocking out on drums/ guitar/saxophone/zither; or painting a swirling feral sewer mural; or forcing someone to say "swirling feral sewer mural" 13 times fast . . . and pointing and laughing.

 

About Rob Reger

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Rob Reger has grown Emily the Strange from an image on a few skateboards and T-shirts to an international fashion brand and publishing phenomenon. He lives in the Bay Area.
 
Published May 28, 2009 by HarperCollins. 264 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Merchandising icon Emily the Strange—no stranger to T-shirts, accessories and Hot Topic stores—becomes much more three-dimensional in this novel from creator Reger and coauthor Gruner (

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Merchandising icon Emily the Strange—no stranger to T-shirts, accessories and Hot Topic stores—becomes much more three-dimensional in this novel from creator Reger and coauthor Gruner (

Jun 01 2009 | Read Full Review of Emily the Strange: The Lost D...

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