Frightfully Friendly Ghosties: Ghostly Holler-Day

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Quercus Publishing, Nov 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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It's winter, and what better than a ghostly holler-day by the sea? But how are the ghosties to decide between Frighten-on-Sea and Scare-borough? A postcard from their friend Headless Leslie decides for them: Headless is in Frighten and cannot remember how to get home. He wrote the address on the postcard, then he forgot what the address was. So the friends set off on an exciting ghostie caper, involving a haunted Frighten pier, a fun fair, and a mysterious phantom magician. But will it all end in spooky fun or devilish disaster? And will Leslie keep his head?

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About the author (2010)

Daren King's first children's book Mouse Noses on Toast won the Nestlé Children's Gold Prize and his previous children's title Peter the Penguin Pioneer was shortlisted for the Blue Peter Award. He lives in London.

David Roberts is from Liverpool and is a prolific children's books illustrator. He has worked with Philip Ardagh, Julia Donaldson, Jacqueline Wilson and Chris Priestley. He is also the creator of the Dirtie Bertie series. He now lives in London.

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