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Dec 19, 2014

Book Review

Oh my gosh! I am so excited about this book:
 "The GHOST of the Yellow Two-Story House"
 by Gail Allison Griffin.
The book has a stamp of approval from Mrs. Taylor's 5th grade reading class who help with proof reading. 
I know you are wondering why I'm so excited. It's because Mrs. Griffin (the author) and Mrs. Taylor (the 5th grade reading teacher) are friends of mine. I taught with these ladies for many years and I'm so happy for Gail's success. Gail's daughter, Stacie did the illustrations. I taught Stacie and her sisters way back when.....OMG! I just thought how long ago that was......;-]
Now about the book. I read it in one sitting because I could not put it down.
This book would make a great stocking-stuffer for your 10 years and older child. It's a wonderful children's fiction.

There's a ghost or two in the house of a new family in town and it's up to Mike (one of the family members) to figure out what's really going on. Everyone in town avoids the house and wants little to nothing to do with Mike.
I give this book two thumbs up.......Five stars.....a great read!!!

Find out for yourselves what weird things are happening in "The GHOST of the Yellow Two-Story House."

Gail is planning at least two more mysteries, so stay tuned.


Gail and me in a "selfie"

3 comments:

Gene Black said...

It sounds like a fun children's read. I love to read childrens books.

desertskyquilts said...

On your recommendation, I bought the kindle version. I write tests for a company with a similar program to AR, though it's TONS cheaper. As soon as I read your review, I knew I needed to read this!

Barb said...

Happy New Year!!!

;-}

Don't count the days, make the days count!

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