The Seeing Stone by Holly Black

Things heat up with book two.
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We are very proud (and a bit wary) to announce the publication of The Spiderwick Chronicles. But beware, the faeries will use all their power to stop you from reading these books. Book 2 of The Spiderwick Chronicles in which Mallory, Simon and Jared ask many questions and discover the fate of the missing cat. With the aid of a seeing stone the true nature of the secret world around them is now revealed. Its important the Grace kids tell their story but the faeries will do everything to stop them...Its up to you to spread the word about their discovery. But heed their warnings, wear some red, turn your clothes inside out - all anti-faerie devices - and get ready to enter a world that you never knew existed...Its closer than you think!

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We interviewed Holly Black on 2010-06-01

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I would like to add another Genre for this book and it is Horror. There is some part in the story where young readers may find it disturbing, like the fate of Simon's cat. I also made a review of this book. Visit the following link for my complete review of this title: Thanks!

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