Ghosts I have been: a novel

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Viking Press, Oct 1, 1977 - Juvenile Fiction - 214 pages
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For use in schools and libraries only. Spunky and slightly devious, Blossom Culp rides to fame on her ability to see ghosts, the future, and other places and soon discovers that she can become ghosts in other times.

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Review: Ghosts I Have Been (Blossom Culp #2)

User Review  - Teddy O' Malley - Goodreads

I read this book as a teenager and enjoyed it immensely. I remember the characters as being a little eccentric, but I thought that made the story more memorable. Read full review

Review: Ghosts I Have Been (Blossom Culp #2)

User Review  - Julie Decker - Goodreads

Blossom is an early 1900s girl whose mother has the second sight. When she brags about having it too so she can intimidate people who are harassing her, she actually turns out to be telling the truth ... Read full review


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RICHARD PECK is Professor of International Affairs at Lewis and Clark College.

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