The Ghost in Room 11 by Betty Ren Wright

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When his family moves to a small town near Milwaukee, Matt's efforts to fit into his new fourth-grade class are complicated by his poor spelling and his encounter with the ghost of one of the school's former teachers.
 

About Betty Ren Wright

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Betty Ren Wright is the best-selling author of many books for children, including "'The Dollhouse Murders"' and "'Christina's Ghost"', both of which received the Texas Bluebonnet Award. She live in Racine, Wisconsin. Jacqueline Rogers was the youngest of six children in a family of artists. She cannot remember a time when she was not creating art. She studied painting and illustration at Rhode Island School of Design. By now she has illustrated more than ninety books for children. Publishers Weekly raves, "Rogers's comic flair informs every inch of her [illustration], especially the character sketches." She lives in Chatham, New York. You can visit her website at www.jacquelinerogers.com.
 
Published October 1, 1997 by Holiday House. 112 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This finely crafted, spine-tingling ghost story from the author of The Dollhouse Murders and Christina's Ghost offers such chilling occurrences as unexplained footsteps, objects moving of their own accord and Aunt Margaret's wheelchair spinning wildly.

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Wright's (Haunted Summer) lackluster ghost story about a haunted school comes off as more silly than eerie.

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