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Lost in Ghostville
This title covers these subjects: Kidnapping -- Fiction., Horror fiction., Ghost stories.
Lost in Ghostville
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Lost in Ghostville

Amateur ghost-hunter Trey Newton can't find a single spook, but it's not because his homemade ecto-meter doesn't work. Someone has kidnapped all the ghosts in town, including his Grandma! Suddenly, Trey's goofy plan to get on TV and meet his hero famous ghost-hunter Rex Rangler turns into a race to save his beloved Grandma's spirit. Written by debut middle-grade author John Bladek, Lost in Ghostville is funny, fast-paced novel filled with humor, adventure and, of course, spirit!

 
DeweyFIC
GenreAdventure
  
Reading LevelGrades 4-7
Interest LevelGrades 4-7
GRLS
Lexile Level540L
ATOS Level3.9
AR Points5
AR Quiz #185756
  
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
  
ISBN978-1-4965-3360-9
PublisherStone Arch Books
Copyright2016
  
Page Dimensions5 1/4" x 7 1/2"
Page Count208
LanguagesEnglish
BindingReinforced Library Binding
Hardcover
List Price: $25.99 School/Library Price
$19.49
 


 
 

Reviews

KidsReads.com/The Book Report - Killian Walsh

"Dinosaurs and ghosts! What a combination! . . .LOST IN GHOSTVILLE is a fun and only slightly spooky romp about friendship, dealing with grief and the importance of family. If a reader is worried that they might get nightmares from Trey’s adventures, know that the ghosts in this book aren’t the type to jump out and say, “Boo!” They each have interesting stories to tell and certainly know how to have a good time." - KidsReads.com/The Book Report

August 23, 2016

John Bladek

John Bladek

John Bladek grew up in Washington, the state, not that other place with all the white buildings. When he was young he liked to listen to ghost stories on the radio and sneak into the basement on Friday nights to watch a scary TV show his mom didn’t approve of. He no longer hides under his pillow after visiting the haunted house down the road, but he still remembers those scary tales. Since then John earned a PhD in History, where all ghosts come from, loves to play trivia, and wonders why they don’t make hauntable houses anymore.

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