Book Review: The Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide by Stacey Graham

Posted October 30, 2012 by Sara | Novel Novice 0 Comments

Just in time for Halloween, girls (and guys, too) can set their sights on some spooky times with The Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide by Stacey Graham.

This recently released how-to guide from a professional paranormal investigator is adorably packaged and is packed with fun facts, ghoulish games, and plenty of advice for youngsters to embark on their own ghost-hunting adventures.

And really, guys. Don’t let the title or the pink-embellished cover scare you away. This book offers plenty of good advice for ghost hunters of either gender.

Perfect for younger readers of varying ages, The Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guideprovides plenty of spooky (not scary) fun and will spark the imaginations and creativity of old and young alike.

For even more ghostly adventures, peruse the Girls’ Ghost Hunting website and download your own Phantom Party Packet here, courtesy of Sourcebooks.

Here is the official description:

What was that noise? The cat? The wind?
Little brother stealing a peek at your diary?
Or is it a ghost?

The Girls’ Ghost Hunting Guide will help you identify the creepy crawlers from the spooky spirits, the howling winds fromt he haunting phantoms. And with this guide you can learn from real experts how to investigate and contact your very own ghosts!

Everything a girl needs for a night full of fun, including:

• Spooky urban legends to set the mood
• Must-have stuff for your ghost hunting kit
• Pointers for leading the best-ever ghost hunt
• Tips for writing your own ghost
• With fun quizzes, games, recipes, and more!

So gather your friends if they are brave enough, grab a flashlight, and go investigate!

Sara | Novel Novice
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