Jake McCarthy, age six, resident of Altadena, California, reviews a book a week. It's a service to parents and kids everywhere in elementary school who are always looking for something good to read.

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Jake's Review of The Great Ghost Rescue

The Great Ghost Rescue by Eva Ibbotson
Reviewed by Jake McCarthy

Humphrey and his family are ghosts who live at Craggyford Castle until it was rebuilt into a holiday camp. Luckily, Aunt Hortensia had a phantom carriage, and they looked for a new home. They came across the dormitory and they meet a boy called Rick who makes them a ghost sanctuary...BUT WHAT HAPPENS? You'll find out.

I like this book because it is funny, for example, that Rick helps the ghosts haunt his member of Parliament and makes him believe that ghosts are real.

I recommend this book for ages 5 to 10.


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