The Stranger Things Field Guide

Everything you need to know about the weird, wonderful and terrifying world of Hawkins and the Upside Down
By Nadia Bailey and Phil Constantinesco


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About The Stranger Things Field Guide

Stranger Things is a perfectly crafted televisual world of ’80s Indiana, USA. The show is replete with a mysterious government project, shadow monsters, and a raft of big-personality, small-town characters… All of which is celebrated in this fun scrapbook. Entertaining, informative, and a hefty amount of fun, The Stranger Things Field Guide is an unofficial investigation of the curious fictional world created by the Duffer Brothers. With facts, stats, and behind-the-scenes anecdotes galore, this is the perfect book for obsessees of the show.

Unlike other Stranger Things books out there — this one is up-to-date, covering both seasons of the series comprehensively. With season three slated for 2019, this book is the perfect guide to swot-up on all you need to know before binge-watching all over again.

Book details

Publication date
December 2018 (UK)
October 2018 (US)
210 mm × 170 mm
136 pages

About the author

Nadia Bailey is a freelance writer and editor from Sydney, Australia. Nadia has written for Oyster magazine, NW, Madison magazine, Vogue AustraliaHello May and the ASOS magazine. She has published The Book of BarbThe Stranger Things Field Guide, The Deck of Crystals and RBG A to Z with Smith Street Books.

Phil Constantinesco is a freelance illustrator and motion designer based in Brussels, Belgium. His clients include Marie Claire, Figaro, Néon, Fricote, Men’s Health and Beaux Arts.