Young Ghosts

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Scholastic Incorporated, 1994 - Ghosts - 106 pages
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Children and ghosts have been linked together for centuries. Children seem to see ghosts more often than do adults. There are plenty of children who are supposed to have become ghosts . . . and there are many strange legends of ghosts and ghostly happenings. At the center of it all is a young girl named Betsy.

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User Review  - Miriam - Goodreads

Cohen presents a collection of ghost stories to children; in some ghosts of children, in others children seeing ghosts. Interesting but not too lurid or frightening, this is a good choice for kids wanting a non-fiction approach to the supernatural. Read full review

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User Review  - Nicole G. - Goodreads

Young ghosts is interesting but it doesn't seem all that real. But, even though I don't think it's real it would still make a good story to tell someone. I would recommend this book to someone who ... Read full review

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Professor of Economics at the University of Paris.

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