This setting is where the Portman family lives.
Jacob discovers his grandfather’s murdered body in the woods near this setting.
The Emerson Book
This object is a book by an American poet left to Jacob by his grandfather.
Miss Peregrine's Letter
This object is concealed within the pages of the book left to Jacob by his grandfather.
Throughout the narrative, Jacob refers to these items shown to him by his grandfather.
Miss Peregrine's Home, where Abe apparently spent his childhood, is located here.
This setting is the sole inhabited community on the small island where the Home is located.
The Priest's Hole Inn
This setting is the only place for travelers to stay in the Welsh Village.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
This setting is essentially an orphanage; it is a home provided for peculiars.
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