Spook School

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A&C Black, Jun 21, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 96 pages
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What could be worse for a ghost than not being frightening enough? That's Spooker's problem as he faces his Practical Haunting examinations at the Anne Boleyn Secondary School, under the watchful eye of the Inspectre-ate and Sir Rupert Grimsdyke (who's definitely not Spooker's favourite teacher). He isn't helped by the fact that he's sent for training to a brand-new house in Buttercup Avenue - not at all the kind of dingy, creaky building in which ghosts feel most comfortable. Spooker must find a way to spook the most unspookable people imaginable . . . Or maybe ghosts don't have to be scary, after all?
 

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
13
Chapter Three
21
Chapter Four
31
Chapter Five
37
Chapter Six
44
Chapter Seven
53
Chapter Eight
62
Chapter Nine
70
Chapter Ten
77
TERRY DEARY Footsteps in the Fog
87
PHILIP WOODERSON Moonmallow Smoothie
88
LYNDA WATERHOUSE Drucilla and the Cracked Pot
89
KAREN WALLACE Something Slimy on Primrose Drive
90
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As a child, Sue Purkiss always wanted to be a writer, but it wasn't until she had been a teacher and brought up her three children that she found time to realize her dream occupation. She now combines writing with part-time teaching. This is her first published book.

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