The Ghost at No. 13

The Ghost at No. 13



Hamlet considers himself the unluckiest boy in the world because he has Susan as a sister. Susan is perfect in every way - she is the cleverest, the most perfect, in fact the goodiest goodie-goodie Hamlet has ever met. He tries very hard to like Susan, but it is difficult to like someone who is supposed to be so special when you're so very ordinary. But then something quite extraordinary and very special happens to Hamlet! Something that Susan just won't believe - and Hamlet spends the summer holidays making a very spooky friend!

'A funny and vigorous little book' - New Statesman

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