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This creepy camping tale is the first is a series of short stories related to the Ghosters middle grade paranormal mystery series. In this story, two of the main characters, Theresa and Joey, are on a camping trip with their grandfather, who tells them a campfire story they will never forget.
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A 6th grade class's weekly visit to their school library
suddenly goes sideways when an angry ghost attacks. Lights go off and on and air conditioning vents blast icy wind, making books fly and terrified children run
The only ones not running are Joey Martinez and Elbie Bird
Joey, the main character of this book, has a mild form of autism sometimes referred to as Asperger's.
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One day, her mom dies.
The next, money problems force her family to sell their beloved family home.
Life has definitely given twelve-year-old Theresa Martinez lemons, so, how will she make lemonade?
Obsessed with the paranormal and eager to use her new ghost-hunting technology, Theresa’s new friend, Kerry suggests they enter the Ghosters video contest.
An excellent suggestion considering Theresa now lives in her grandmother’s creepy old mansion.
The haunted mansion she and her autistic brother, Joey, have seen ghosts in.
Hey, what could happen?
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Here are the questions and answers for questions related to both Ghosters and Ghosters 2. Just copy them and give them to your school librarian or whoever is in charge of your Accelerated Reader program. She should be able to pop them into the database easily, and voila, your school's kids will now be able to get credit for reading either book.