- Publisher: Random House Children's Books (October 2001)
- ISBN-10: 038572988X
- ISBN-13: 978-0385729888
- Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (205 customer reviews)
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This adventurous book is full of vivid writing which helps the story flow smoothly.
I would recommend this book for adults who enjoy writing and/or reading quality children's lit as well as for mature young readers.
I feel that it is a very good book and keeps you interested thourhg out the whole story.
Skellig is a brilliant novel by David Almond about a boy who has to go through a very stressful time. The genre is probably science fiction. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kelli L Patterson
such a good book. really touching and many times I cried. I love this book so much!! Skellig really touched me. I recommend this book!!!!!Published 6 days ago by cathy st. sure
A great and magical story for young and old alike. A wonderful story for reading aloud-My children are ages 9,11,13 & we all thought it was wonderful.Published 16 days ago by S. Carroll
This book is great for anyone of any age. It has an even amount of mystery and excitement. I Read this book for the first time 15 years ago and its still one of my favorites. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robin N Kesslar
I was overwhelmed by how much I enjoyed this book! I started reading it, because I am interested in writing children's books and it had gotten rave reviews. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Andrea Pippins
This book has wonderful imagery, but what enjoyed was the layout of the story and the layers.
A young boy's baby sister could be dying, the family moves into a new home where... Read more
This book was amazing. It made you laugh,cry, and just have hope. It made you just think about what is here within us and how you have to believe in the impossible.Published 8 months ago by Caterina Harris
bought the book to read to my science class as part of our unit on change over time/evolution. Students did enjoy itPublished 9 months ago by Karoline
Took me away from all my problems and isn't that what we really want from a story. I didn't stop until I had read the whole thing. Highly recommend this story.Published 10 months ago by sylvia bennett