Emily is not your average thirteen year-old girl. She wears the same black dress every day. She loves maths and science. Her best friends are four black cats and she's into old rock and punk music. Emily is anything but typical and so is this exciting new series of novels about her life. Emily the Strange is back for her fourth amazing and intriguing adventure. Her Strange To-Do List includes: 1. Lose (and regain) mind 2. Reprogramme golem 3. Locate secret book vault 4. Commune with Dead Dark Aunts 5. Rescue Cousin Jakey 6. Redecorate souvenir kiosk 7. Thwart Thought Thief 8. Endure hero worship 9. Grant ancestral enemy's deepest wish 10. Save cat-napped kitty 11. Summon black rock 12. Defeat Shady Uncles 13. Guard family legacy & claim inheritance! Told in Emily's established diary format, it features her strong, unique first-person narrative. The books are illustrated with black-and-red art representing Emily's own sketches, doodles and archival photographs.
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published on February 1, 2012 by HarperCollins Children's Books
ISBN-10: 0007454007
ISBN-13: 9780007454006
1 Book Review
  • chellina
    chellinaWednesday, February 24, 2016 at 3:31 amFeatured
    I don't know why she wear always same cloth, but I like her. And I don't get how can she like math and science, because I don't like them. Even so I don't know why her dream is scientist, but I like she have dream. And I can agree with her, because I love dogs. I don't know what is the black rock. I think Emily is kind of same with me, because she like animals, and I like animals, and i think the part of her is same, wherever she goes, troubles are follow her, and its for me too.