Time for Andrew
Aunt Blythe's house gives Andrew the creeps -- full of dark rooms, creaky noises, and the sound of a woman sobbing somewhere in the shadows. Then, in the middle of the night, Andrew awakens to find a boy standing in his room...a boy who is Andrew's double, except he looks as if he's come from the grave. He wants to follow him -- to a place where he will meet the spirits of long-dead ancestors...a place from which Andrew may never return.
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Review: Time for Andrew: A Ghost Story (A Ghost Story)User Review - Kristie Stauffer - Goodreads
I'm not a ghost story fan, but this book was better than I expected. It wasn't creepy and even had some real fun to it. As far as ghost stories go, it was a pretty good one for children's reading. Read full review
Good Ghost StoryUser Review - Kaitlin - Borders
Time For Andrew is a really good book about ghosts and a little mstery, it is sad but has a great, happy ending. Read full review