Ghosts In The House! by Kazuno KoharaGhosts In The House! by Kazuno Kohara

Ghosts In The House!

byKazuno Kohara

Paperback | July 6, 2010

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JUST THE RIGHT MIX OF SWEET AND SCARY for the youngest trick-or treaters

At the edge of town lives a clever girl with a spooky problem: Her house is haunted! Luckily, she happens to be a witch and knows a little something about taking care of ghosts. She catches them, puts them in the washing machine, airs them out to dry, and gives them new lives as sofa covers, table cloths, and,

of course, bed sheets to cozy up under. Fresh and charming illustrations in dynamic orange, black and white bring this resourceful heroine and these spooky ghosts to life.

About The Author

KAZUNO KOHARA grew up in Japan and moved to the UK as a student. Her newest book, Here Comes Jack Frost, was published by Roaring Brook Press in 2009. She lives in London, England.
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Title:Ghosts In The House!Format:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.84 × 9.68 × 0.24 inPublished:July 6, 2010Publisher:Square FishLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0312608861

ISBN - 13:9780312608866

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“A must-have for Halloween.”-Booklist, Starred Review
“Old-fashioned charm that isn’t at all dated.”-The Horn Book, Starred Review
“Its underlying message is spot on.”-New York Times Book Review
“An utterly delightful book.”-The Washington Post