Ghost Granny

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Hachette Australia, Aug 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 160 pages
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When Granny dies, everyone in the family heaves a sigh of relief. She was a difficult old woman and not easy to live with. So when the unmistakably transparent form of Granny appears at the tea table, both adults and children are alarmed. Why is Granny’s spirit so restless? It appears the young apprentice angel assigned to guide her spirit to heaven hasn’t been doing her job. Whether Granny goes upstairs or down below now hangs in the balance – and Granny’s bad temper doesn’t help. The ensuing tussle between the devilish form of Mr. Brimstone and his bumbling angelic counterpart for the old lady’s soul leaves Granny in limbo and the family in crisis. When Granny’s ghost disappears, it’s left to young Anna, with a few angelic companions, to seek her at the very doors of Hellmouth. GHOST GRANNY by bestselling author Melanie Guile is a funny, fast-moving, and entertaining read with thoroughly engrossing characters.

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About the author (2012)

Melanie Guile is the author of around forty books for children and adults. Her first title was published in 1996, and she now works as a full-time writer. In 2006, Melanie's book LITTLE FELLOWS was recognised as a Notable Book in the Children's Book Council of Australia's Eve Pownall Award for non-fiction. When she is not writing, Melanie works as a film extra, a public speaker, an instructional designer and a children's literature specialist.

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