GHOSTS I HAVE BEEN
New York : Dell, 1984.
IL 5-8 RL 5.7
rich girls who make up the Summary Thoughts and Busy Fingers Club don't
like Blossom Culp. This book is a telling of where Blosson does fit or
where she doesn't in her school and community. Strong in her sense of right
and justice she doesn't conform to the groups way. Considered odd because
her mom is a gypsy type, Blossom finds she too has a knack for seeing the
other world. Her reaching out for the ghost of a young victim of the Titanic
is one such incident. A humorous visit to the Queen of England and to Madame
Tussauds, Halloween night capers, her budding friendship with rich boy
Alexander Armsworth who is denying his own special gifts of second sight,
all help to develop the character of an odd but incredibly likable personality.
Supernatural -- Fiction
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