The Exquisite Corpse Adventure Revisted

Way back in September 2009 The Exquisite Corpse Adventure started… We thought it might be fun to go back and see how it ended.

Book cover for the Exquisite Corpse Adventure

Here goes – 27 chapters later:

Episode 1 – “ . . . Just Start Reading”
Contributed by: Jon Scieszka
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 2 – “The Lost Clue”
Contributed by: Katherine Paterson
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 3 – “The Found Clue”
Contributed by: Kate DiCamillo
Illustration by: Calef Brown

Episode 4 – “Dig That Pig”
Contributed by: Susan Cooper
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 5 – “The Exquisite Corpse”
Contributed by: Gregory Maguire
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 6 – “Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!”
Contributed by: Patricia C. and Fredrick L. McKissack
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 7 – “The Beast Pit”
Contributed by: Shannon Hale
Illustration by: Calef Brown

Episode 8 – “A Possible Solution”
Contributed by: Natalie Babbitt
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 9 – “In Arm’s Way”
Contributed by: Nikki Grimes
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 10 – “Wolf at the Door”
Contributed by: Megan McDonald
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 11 – “A Second Arm”
Contributed by: Steven Kellogg
Illustration by: Steven Kellogg

Episode 12 – “The Shadowy Abyss of Our Own Fates”
Contributed by: Lemony Snicket
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 13 – “Lucky Episode 13: Out of the Cradle, Into the Fire”
Contributed by: M. T. Anderson
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 14 – “Skills”
Contributed by: Linda Sue Park
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 15 – “The Gingerbread House”
Contributed by: Katherine Paterson
Illustration by: Calef Brown

Episode 16 – “If I Only Had a Leg”
Contributed by: Kate DiCamillo
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 17 – “Speak, Memory”
Contributed by: Susan Cooper
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 18 – “The Regional Conference”
Contributed by: Gregory Maguire
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 19 – “Legs on the Run”
Contributed by: Shannon Hale
Illustration by: Calef Brown

Episode 20 – “An Angel Descends”
Contributed by: Steven Kellogg
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 21 – “Anything At All”
Contributed by: Linda Sue Park
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 22 – “Meanwhile, Near a Meadow”
Contributed by: Lemony Snicket
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 23 – “Promises, Promises, and More Promises”
Contributed by: Patricia C. and Fredrick L. McKissack
Illustration by: Calef Brown

Episode 24 – “When Is A Door Not A Door?”
Contributed by: Natalie Babbitt
Illustration by: Timothy Basil Ering

Episode 25 – “Que Sera, Sera.”
Contributed by: Jack Gantos
Illustration by: Chris Van Dusen

Episode 26 – “The Final Scramble”
Contributed by: M. T. Anderson
Illustration by: James Ransome

Episode 27 – “Over Easy”
Contributed by: Katherine Paterson
Illustration by: Calef Brown

There are a number of ways you can enjoy and follow the story. You can read it online as a webpage, as an on-line book, or you can listen to it. There’s also an on-line  game you can play.

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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