Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom!

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Scholastic, Apr 1, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 165 pages
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Intrepid ghosthunter-in-training Tom has battled Incredibly Revolting Ghosts, Gruesome Invincible Lightning Ghosts, and a Totally Moldy Baroness. But it ends up nothing--NOTHING--is more frightening exams. To earn his Ghosthunting Diploma, Tom's got to nab a Deadly Messenger: the hardest ghost of all to catch. And while on the hunt, he stumbles into the yucky, mucked-up lair of a mud-dripping minotaur demon who's assembled a ghoul army with the goal of world domination. Suddenly there's a whole lot more at stake than Tom's graduation: This is one test the team can't fail!

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Review: Ghosthunters #4: Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom! (Ghosthunters #4)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Wait -- this is the last one? But... but... but... what about Erwin Hornheaver? I completely adored him in this book and he really, really needs to return. Still, this book was wonderful. Such a great story. So many wonderful characters. There needs to be more. Read full review

Review: Ghosthunters #4: Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom! (Ghosthunters #4)

User Review  - Min - Goodreads

Hands down, this is her best book in the series. The added dangers of Tom working to achieve his diploma against an ancient force few have encountered, and lived. What a romp and a ride to discover ... Read full review


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Cornelia Funke is the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of The Thief Lord, Dragon Rider, and the Inkheart trilogy, along with many other chapter and picture books for younger readers. She lives in Los Angeles, California, in a house filled with books.

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