THE GHOST OF THOMAS KEMPE
New York : Dutton, 1973.
IL 3-6 RL 5.7
you ever heard of anyone moving in to an old house, with creaking steps,
drafty windows, and flying dishware? Well, James' new home in a small town
in the English countryside has that much and more to say about it. Since
he's the only son, and a mischievous one at that, the blame for broken
glass, misplaced pens, and graffiti goes to him. His natural curiosity
gets him to digging in the back yard, where he unearths the journal of
a young boy who had lived in his room some 100 years before, who had been
visited by the ghost of Thomas Kempe. Was James also privileged by Thomas'
Ghosts -- Fiction.
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