Ghost Mysteries

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The Ghost of Poplar Point
Ghost Mysteries (Volume (4 of 4))
Cynthia DeFelice
Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)

Allie Nichols, “Ghost Magnet,” has only just finished sixth grade, but already she’s grappled with her fair share of adventure: three ghosts have sought her...


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The Ghost of Cutler Creek
Ghost Mysteries (Volume (3 of 4))
Cynthia DeFelice
Square Fish

In the third book about ghost magnet Allie Nichols, she is contacted by the restless spirit of a dog.


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The Ghost and Mrs. Hobbs
Ghost Mysteries (Volume (2 of 4))
Cynthia DeFelice
Square Fish

"In this genuinely exciting and suspenseful sequel to The Ghost of Fossil Glen (1998), DeFelice revisits her plucky herione sixth-grader Allie Nichols, picking...


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The Ghost of Fossil Glen
Ghost Mysteries (Volume (1 of 4))
Cynthia DeFelice
Square Fish

Is it worth risking your life to help someone who’s already dead?


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About the Author

Cynthia DeFelice
Cynthia DeFelice is the author of many bestselling titles for young readers, including the novels Wild Life, The Ghost of Cutler Creek, Signal, and The Missing Manatee, as well as the picture books, One Potato, Two Potato, and Casey in the Bath. Her books have been nominated for an Edgar Allen Poe Award and listed as American Library Association Notable Children's Books and Bank Street Best Children's Book of the Year, among numerous other honors.
 
Cynthia was born in Philadelphia in 1951. As a child, she was always reading. Summer vacations began with a trip to the bookstore, where she and her sister and brothers were allowed to pick out books for their summer reading. “To me,” she says, “those trips to the bookstore were even better than the rare occasions when we were given a quarter and turned loose at the penny-candy store on the boardwalk.” Cynthia has worked as a bookseller, a barn painter, a storyteller, and a school librarian.
 
When asked what she loves best about being an author, she can’t pick just one answer: “I love the feeling of being caught up in the lives of the characters I am writing about. I enjoy the challenge of trying to write as honestly as I can, and I find enormous satisfaction in hearing from readers that something I wrote touched them, delighted them, made them shiver with fear or shake with laughter, or think about something new.” Cynthia and her husband live in Geneva, New York.
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