I Date Dead People

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Graphic Universe, Jan 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 126 pages
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The renovation of Nora's old Victorian house unearths a teenaged poltergeist who falls in love with Nora, causing more ghosts to appear and Nora's parents to become quite unhappy.
 

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

So this one was a little bit predictable but mainly b/c there isn't really another good place for this story to to go. That being said I think it was pretty well done although not as fun as some of the other My Boyfriend is a Monster books (not as bad as some of the others either.) Read full review

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User Review  - Rosa.Mill - LibraryThing

So this one was a little bit predictable but mainly b/c there isn't really another good place for this story to to go. That being said I think it was pretty well done although not as fun as some of the other My Boyfriend is a Monster books (not as bad as some of the others either.) Read full review

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Contents

Autumns Ghosts
3
Beyond
16
Here Now
47
Proof
60
Ghost Hunting
72
Crossing Over
95
Questions And Answers
127
About The Author And The Artist
128
Back Cover
130
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About the author (2012)

Ann Kerns has edited and written many nonfiction books for young readers. She also enjoys reading, travel, cooking, and music. Born in Illinois, Ann currently lives in Minneapolis.

Janina Gorrissen was born and raised in Ludwigshafen, Germany. After finishing high school she studied Graphic Arts at the Joso Comic School in Barcelona, Spain. After finishing the three-year course, Janina was able to start working in the comic industry and got to draw her first published work, Kairi. Janina has also done the graphic novel Black is for Beginnings for Flux Publishing and I Love Him to Pieces for Lerner Publishing Group. She has also done various smaller illustration commissions.

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