Ghost Train by Stephen Wyllie
A Spooky Hologram Book

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Headless Hector, the Gray Lady, and the Silver Skeleton are looking for a place to haunt. This ghostly trio grins ghoulishly and hides behind die-cut windows in a Gothic tale packed with laughs, chills, and the visual wizardry of nine shimmering holograms in 3-D living color and 22 watercolor illustrations.

About Stephen Wyllie

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Ken Brown is the award-winning author-illustrator of "Monster Mucky Pup," "Mucky Pup's Christmas, Lion in the Long Grass," and the Kate Greenaway Medal and Smarties Book Prize-shortlisted "Tattybogle,
Published September 1, 1992 by Orchard Books. 24 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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After wandering a bit, they settle in an amusement park, thus retrieving the fortunes of a ``Ghost Train.'' Lee's double-spread illustrations are skillfully done--authentic details of costume and architecture, humorously broad characterizations, slightly garish colors--but the real attraction her...

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Headless Hector, the Gray Lady and the Silver Skeleton haunt Ravenswick Castle four hundred years ago and do their job so enthusiastically that before long no one will set foot inside: When the roof fell in, we had to admit we were out of a job, the Skeleton sadly concludes.

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