Ghost in the Window

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Scholastic, Oct 1, 1988 - Juvenile Fiction - 152 pages
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Meg wants her parents reunited, but during a summer with her father she learns that she is her own person and cannot be responsible for her parents.

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Review: Ghost in the Window

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Unlike many of the books by Betty Ren Wright, this one didn't have the overt ghost haunting a child or children. The paranormal is found in the unique ability of the main character to dream truth ... Read full review

Review: Ghost in the Window

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Ha, welcome back to the 90's. I read this one to my girls. Aly was very concerned that it would be a scary ghost story, but she's 10 and explaining to her that most of it would be metaphorical only sunk in so deep. It was a decent read, but pretty slow to start. Read full review


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Wright is author of children's book, short story writer, and her work has been published in several magazines.