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  • Photo credit: Courtney Apple

    As part of our #PeculiarSummer, Quirk publisher Jason Rekulak answered questions from Twitter about the process of editing the blockbuster Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children series. Here are Jason’s thoughts on some of the most popular questions.

  • To celebrate the 6 year anniversary of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children and release of the entire series in paperback, we're inviting you to re-enter the world of the Peculiars through #PeculiarSummer, an online book club for Miss Peregrine's fans and newbies!

    Is there something you'd love to ask about the series? Join Ransom Riggs along with the creative team behind Miss Peregrine's to have your peculiar questions answered. Send us your questions for Ransom on Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #PeculiarSummer!

  • [Still from Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, 20th Century Fox]]

    As you may imagine, we at Quirk Books have been struck by Peculiar Fever since the movie adaptation of Ransom Riggs’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children came out. But when I saw the movie, I was focused on more than just the story: I couldn’t get enough of Miss Peregrine’s look. The steely blue hair! The perfect eyeliner! The sculpted curls! I knew I had to try the look myself, especially since Halloween is coming up. After some experimentation on my patient roommate, Priya, may I suggest that an Alma Peregrine Halloween costume is just the ticket?

    Read the tutorial below to learn how to achieve Miss Peregrine’s style!

  • Ransom Riggs’s best-selling novel, Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children has officially arrived on the big screen! Time travel, monsters, magic, and love come together in this beautifully imagined world, and with the legendary Tim Burton behind the camera, we are sure to be in for a visual treat. Known for his poetic, gothic style, Burton’s film isn’t an exact adaptation, but an inspired take on the adventures of Jacob, Emma, Miss Peregrine, and the children.

  • On Tuesday, Tim Burton and Ransom Riggs chatted onstage at the NY Union Square Barnes & Noble. And let us just say that it was MARVELOUS. In case you missed it, we streamed the event on Facebook Live. Check out our recap of the event below!

  • @happyindulgence on Twitter

    Loop Day 2016 is officially over. Now it's all about looking forward to the premiere of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children on September 30! But first, let's recap those Loop Day celebrations.


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