Bruce Covilles’s Book of Ghosts


In a death-defying blend of past and present, Bruce Coville has gathered together a phantastic host of ghosts.

Discover the mystery of the ghost who couldn’t let go, why the leader of the school choir had to come back for a final chorus and whether the Pooka can ever be captured.

Bury yourself in twelve spooky stories to be read after dark…
Genre: Children’s Thriller
Rating: @@@@
Pages: 176
Comments:This was a fascinating book of short ghost stories for children. Though I didn’t find the stories too scary, I did enjoy reading them, especially those told from a ghost’s point of view.

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