Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country

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Florida Kids Press, Feb 2, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 166 pages
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In "Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country," the Johnson family travels to Savannah and Charleston - southern cities rich in history and ghost stories. They visit graveyards, a pirate tavern, haunted buildings, and a dungeon. Ending their vacation at the coastal town of Pawleys Island, they learn about sea turtles, blue crabs, and the Gullah culture. When Bobby and his newfound friend get into a dangerous situation, they turn to a local ghost for help. Stories of pirates, ghosts, and feisty women make history come alive for young readers.

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About the author (2010)

Jane R. Wood enjoys writing stories for young readers which take place in historic locations. As a former teacher, she designs her books to be educational, as well as fun. Wood, who has also been a newspaper reporter and television producer, lives in Jacksonville, Florida, and is now a full-time author of juvenile fiction books. Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country is her fourth book in this series.

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