Miranda's Ghosts by Christa Unzner

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Every night the ghosts show up in Miranda’s room, whirling and dancing around, stirring up all kinds of trouble. And every night Miranda is so terrified she hides under the covers, shivering in fear. How a scary witch’s mask gives Miranda the courage she needs to get rid of the ghosts is a satisfying story that will help children conquer their own bedtime fears.

About Christa Unzner

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UDO WEIGELT has been writing for children since 1989. He has published many books with North-South. NINA SPRANGER has been illustrating books since 1999. Her first U.S. book was published by North-South. As a child, Christa Unzner filled mountains of paper with her drawings. After an apprenticeship to a window decorator, she went on to study design. She has illustrated many children's books, including young people's retelling of William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet. She lives with her husband in Nicaragua.
Published July 1, 2002 by Nord-Sud Verlag. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A girl uses her witch disguise to give the unwelcome ghostly guests in her bedroom a taste of their own medicine.

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