How to Make Friends with a Ghost – Rebecca Green

Hardcover, 40 pages
Published September 5th 2017 by Tundra Books (NY)
Source: Publisher

How to Make Friends with a Ghost by Rebecca Green is a delightful picturebook that functions as a guide for little kids with ambitions to be friendly with ghosts. Filled with helpful tips such as what to feed ghosts and how to befriend them, the book is bound to be a great favourite with kids especially with the approaching Halloween season.

It will also function as a gentle way to talk about death and other, heavier, topics. The illustrations are beautiful and engaging and the prose vibrant with just enough mischief in it to keep children interested.

Strongly recommended.

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