Gravity Falls: Journal 3

Fans of Disney’s animated show Gravity Falls will recognize Gravity Falls: Journal 3 as the field guide that the Dipper and Mabel Pines use to identify supernatural beings and navigate fantastic phenomena during their summer in the strange town of Gravity Falls, Oregon. But what fans saw depicted on screen was just the beginning. Gravity Falls: Journal 3 contains never-before-revealed secrets, the full story of the Journal’s mysterious author, further exploration of the Pine Twins’ summer in Gravity Falls, and a cavalcade of bizarre creatures, critters, and creeps.

Inside the journal’s pages, readers will meet zombies, giant vampire bats, geodites, the plaidypus, the gremloblin, the stomach-faced duck, and, most disturbing of all, the squash with a human face and emotions. (Though Bill Cipher might argue that he is the most disturbing creature to appear.)

Readers will also learn about the ten categories of ghosts. (Or are there eleven?) They’ll find out what happened to the time traveler, Blendin Blandin, the video game fighter, Rumble McSkirmish, and the living wax statue known as Suspenders Man. They’ll discover Dinosaur Cavern, the Nightmare Realm, and the M Dimension, where everything is shaped like the letter M. (It’s a very silly place and no one should go there.)

Upon publication, Gravity Falls: Journal 3 became a The New York Times #1 Best Seller, and a must-have for fans of the show. The popularity of the journal convinced Disney Publishing to release a special limited edition with a leather-textured cover, removable photos and notes, a tassel bookmark, and even an attached monocle. Plus, there are all-new-top-secret secrets that are only revealed when the pages are exposed to black light. Rob Renzetti himself even makes an appearance in this special edition. Now that is special indeed!

Rob Renzetti co-wrote Gravity Falls: Journal 3 with his buddy Alex Hirsch while they were both working on Disney’s Gravity Falls television show, which Alex created and on which Rob served as supervising producer.

“Here, gathered for your perusal, are some chilling facts and memoirs – a geography of the beyond and a portal to memories of one of the greatest shows ever.” — Guillermo del Toro, director of The Shape of Water and Pan’s Labyrinth.

“Gravity Falls is a place you wouldn’t want to live in. But it sure is fun to visit. A perfect combination of scary stuff and riotous humor that always keeps me coming back for more.” — R.L. Stine, author of the Goosebumps series.
“Even a newcomer to the show will enjoy this rich reading experience, so I have no doubt that devoted fans of the show will get much more out of it. Although it’s geared for middle-grade readers, people of all ages will find plenty here to keep them engaged.” — Glenn Dallas, San Francisco Book Review.

If these recommendations don’t convince you to buy Journal 3, then listen to Dipper and Mabel Pines and their amazing offer.

Watch Rob, Alex, and the two super-talented illustrators of Gravity Falls: Journal 3, Andy Gonsalves and Stephanie Ramirez, talk about the creation of the book.

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