Georgie by Robert Bright

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"Georgie is universal across generations and todays kids find the same giggles and joy as did their parents. The last words of the book say it best, Thank goodness! -Bob Keeshan (television's original Captain Kangaroo)"
 

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Robert Bright (1902--88) published thirteen books featuring Georgie and his friends.
 
Published January 1, 1944 by Doubleday Doran & co., inc. 21 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Cooking. Fiction

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First off, we're reminded that everyone has a stake in the big tree next door that's home to ghost Georgie's owl friend Miss Olive--the Whittakers because they admire it, cat Herman and Georgie because they play there at night.

Sep 21 1979 | Read Full Review of Georgie

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When the Whittakers go west in a house on wheels and Georgie rides along in the traveling attic, everything out there in Big Country seems much too big for the gentle little ghost.

Oct 05 1973 | Read Full Review of Georgie

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Casper--er, Georgie, the ingratiating little ghost, plays Santa here, to Sara and Tony who must spend Christmas with their crotchety uncle Mr. Gloam in his house on the hill and to Mr. Gloam himself who is not gloomy any more but ""merry just like everybody else"" after Georgie brings him the sle...

Sep 01 1975 | Read Full Review of Georgie

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Georgie the gentle ghost goes along, as do Herman the cat and Miss Oliver the owl, when Mr. and Mrs. Whittaker rent a beach house for the holidays.

Sep 03 1971 | Read Full Review of Georgie

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Once again we meet the friendly little ghost that haunted the Whittakers' New England attic in Georgie (back in 1944).

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After a few years of silence, for the fourth time, Georgie the ghost (Georgie to the Rescue, 1956, p.

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-42542-6. In these 1944 and 1963 favorites, newly back in print, the shy ghost loses his home temporarily when the creaking step and hinges are fixed, and scares away the villains when the house is ro

Aug 30 1999 | Read Full Review of Georgie

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