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Growing Up & Facts of Life
  • Author:
    Eve Bunting
  • ISBN:
    0553158791
  • ISBN13:
    978-0553158793
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  • Publisher:
    Skylark; Reissue edition (September 1, 1991)
  • Subcategory:
    Growing Up & Facts of Life
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    1245 kb
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    1505 kb
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    1344 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    856
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The Ghost Children book. I took pleasure in Eve Bunting two years ago but the pacing and focus of Ghost Behind Me, 1984, were off.

The Ghost Children book. An overtly paranormal story should thrill me. On the other hand, I was dubious about how exciting The Ghost Children might be, after I bought a perfect second-hand copy. Indeed, the background of the titular dolls is never discussed and whether anything metaphysical was at play, remains an uncertainty.

Anne Evelyn Bunting (née Bolton) (born December 19, 1928), also known as Eve Bunting, is a Northern Ireland-born American writer of more than 250 books. Her work covers a broad array of subjects and includes fiction and non-fiction books. Her novels are primarily aimed at children and young adults, but she has also written the text for picture books. While many of her books are set in Northern Ireland, where she grew up, her topics and settings range from Thanksgiving to riots in Los Angeles.

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Eve Bunting (Author). Later she sees a ghost. Where ever Cinnamon goes the ghost will always be there, too. Read this book to find out what Felix want Cinnamon to do and how she does that and keep going out with Paul.

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However, when someone vandalizes the dolls and two are stolen, it is Matt, with the help of his new friend, Kristin, who foils the would-be thief and returns the dolls to Aunt Gerda.

Eve Bunting (real name Anne Evelyn Bunting) was a prolific American writer in the mid-twentieth century. The book has 4 points. It is reading level . The author is Eve Bunting. She married Edward Davison Bunting on March 26, 1950. We are all the children of Adam and Eve. In the Terrible Thing an allegory of the Holocaust by Eve Bunting what do the animals represent? they represented the Jews because the animals were being taken away like the animals. How many Accelerated Reader points is the book If I Asked You Would You Stay? The book has 4 points. Did Adam and Eve have an umblical cord? No because, Adam and Eve were not created as children.

When his parents' death forces Matt and his sister to live in California with their Great-Aunt Gerda, Matt cannot get used to the hideous, life-sized dolls his aunt calls her "children," especially when he hears one call his name

Celore
I remember reading this book as a kid. I picked it up because it had Ghost in the title, and while it might not be what you expect, it manages to be endearing and eerie all at the same time. The writing is simple but effective, and there are moments when genuine dread can set in, even if you know better. It's a good, simple little story about how being different doesn't make you wrong, and features plenty of examples of how everyday folks can react poorly to things they don't understand. It's a good book. I bought it for my kid brother, and He Who Hates Reading liked it a lot too.
Coiriel
I got this for my 4th grade daughter to read and ... next thing you know, I'm totally engrossed in the story! Very good book!
Agantrius
I used this book each year as a read aloud in my fourth grade classroom. The children LOVED it!! It has just enough creepiness to keep readers on their toes, but not too much. There is also a theme of family and belonging as well as "being new in town." Overall it's a terrific book, and I'm glad to see it back in print as it was out of print for several years.
Arihelm
This book is a great story and one of my favorite reads. I recommend it to any parent who enjoys reading stories to their kids before bed. This is an enjoyable story for the parent and child alike.