Nancy Keane's Booktalks -- Quick and Simple

Tolan, Stephanie S.
New York : HarperCollins, 1994
IL 5-8
ISBN 0688046118
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Have you ever felt someone watching you? Drew and Evan Broderick have that feeling when they move in with their Aunt Jocelyn and grandfather in an old house called Rose Hill. Drew wants to know more about her father so she searches in the attic. She feels someone watching, the room gets cold, and there is a strong odor of roses. She panics and runs to her room. Drew knows something is haunting Rose Hill and she intends to find out what it is. I thought this was an amazing book. I rarely want to keep reading a book but this one made me want to read and read. A couple times I was tempted to read the end! I recommend this to someone who enjoies books with suspense, ghosts, and maybe a few twists.  (Calyssa G., Maroa-Forsyth Middle School)
SUBJECTS:      Grief -- Fiction.
                         Ghosts -- Fiction.
                         Brothers and sisters -- Fiction.
                         Mutism, Elective -- Fiction.

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