Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom!

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Paw Prints, Jul 10, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 165 pages
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Intrepid ghosthunter-in-training Tom has battled Incredibly Revolting Ghosts, Gruesome Invincible Lightning Ghosts, and a Totally Moldy Baroness. But it ends up nothing--NOTHING--is more frightening than...final exams. To earn his Ghosthunting Diploma, Tom's got to nab a Deadly Messenger: the hardest ghost of all to catch. And while on the hunt, he stumbles into the yucky, mucked-up lair of a mud-dripping minotaur demon who's assembled a ghoul army with the goal of world domination. Suddenly there's a whole lot more at stake than Tom's graduation: This is one test the team can't fail!

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Review: Ghosthunters #4: Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom! (Ghosthunters #4)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Wait -- this is the last one? But... but... but... what about Erwin Hornheaver? I completely adored him in this book and he really, really needs to return. Still, this book was wonderful. Such a great story. So many wonderful characters. There needs to be more. Read full review

Review: Ghosthunters #4: Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom! (Ghosthunters #4)

User Review  - Goodreads

Wait -- this is the last one? But... but... but... what about Erwin Hornheaver? I completely adored him in this book and he really, really needs to return. Still, this book was wonderful. Such a great story. So many wonderful characters. There needs to be more. Read full review

About the author (2008)

Author Cornelia Funke was born in Dorsten, Germany in 1958. After graduating from university, she worked as a social worker for three years. After completing a course in book illustration at the Hamburg State College of Design, she worked as a children's book illustrator and designed board games. Her desire to draw magical worlds and her disappointment over the way some stories were written inspired her to write her own children's books. Her book, The Thief Lord, won the Mildred L. Batchelder Award for the best translated children's book of the year and the Book Sense Book of the Year Award. She has written numerous books including Dragon Rider, Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath, Igraine the Brave, and The Princess Knight. Inkheart has been adapted into a film.

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