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When Alex and his cousin Sarah are visiting their grandparents, Alex gets terrible red, itchy hives. Yikes! He's allergic to a ghost! Even worse, the ghost won't leave him alone -- he wants Alex and Sarah's help. Can they solve the ghost's mystery and get rid of Alex's awful rash before it ruins everything?
|Title||:||Ghost Attack (Monster Itch #1)|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
March 27, 2017
E ARC from Edelweiss Above the Treeline
Alex and his cousin Sarah get to spend some time at their grandparents' house for the summer, so they are looking forward to ice cream and hanging out with their grandparents, who write and illustrate children's books. Alex manages to get the smaller room in...
July 18, 2017
I had an ARC from work, but the book is out now. I took a while before picking it up to actually read.
I think that the concept is really neat, and it is sort of why the book got a four star rating instead of a three star rating from me.
SPOILER: But not really, because the title claims it, I enjo...
September 17, 2017
111 pages. Good basic story about two kids spending a week with grandparents who recently moved into a new home that supposedly has a ghost. Unusual things start happening soon after the kids arrive. Alex and his cousin Sarah are keen for a ghost adventure. However, Alex develops an allergy to gh...
June 28, 2017
Well, this book was simply adorable! I loved that it was a little mystery and ghost story rolled into one. The plot was really well done. Even though this was a children's book, it was still a very sophisticated story. It was long enough to really tell a full, good tale -- but short enough to hol...
July 27, 2017
Clever story combining a mystery and ghosts. How can you go wrong for some of our mid-elementary readers?
Lubar shares the light side of ghosts and brings out the humor in this setting.
Looking forward to reading the next in this series.
June 02, 2017
(Review of digital arc from EdelweissPlus) This new David Lubar series will be just the right thing for those 3rd-5th grade students who want to read a ghost story, but don't really want to be scared. The font, spacing and easy flowing sentences make this series particularly useful for the reluct...