What's the Difference between Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children the Book and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children the Movie?

Drama

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

77%
Released: 2011
Author: Riggs, Ransom

Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

23%
Released: 2016
Director: Burton, Tim
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In the Book In the Movie
Emma Bloom
Emma Bloom
Portrayed by: Ella Purnell
Alma LeFay Peregrine
Alma LeFay Peregrine
Portrayed by: Eva Green
Jacob Portman
Jacob Portman
Portrayed by: Asa Butterfield
Dr. Golan
Barron
Portrayed by: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000168/
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   In the book, Emma Bloom has the ability to create flames upon her hands and/or fingertips, without being burned, of course. The drawback of this power was the high heat of her skin, which has the potential to burn her friends if Emma loses focus. In the movie, Emma must constantly wear lead-weighted shoes in order to avoid floating in to the sky. However, she can fly like a kite if a rope is looped around her waist, and also has been given the ability to control the air in her surroundings in nearly any manner she wishes.
   Hollows cannot enter loops A Hollow attacks the loop
   Dr. Golan / Barron is the same person. Dr. Golan is a woman Barron is a man
   Jacob Portman and Emma Bloom fight together at the Lighthouse on Cairnhurst island and Kill Dr. Golan/Barron to rescue Ms. Peregrine, losing Ms. Avocet in the process The kids travel through other loops to fight Barron and rescue Ms. Peregrine
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