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A Seat at the Theatre
     

A Seat at the Theatre

by Jeannie Meekins
 
Simon sat at his desk in his room, doing homework. A tapping on the window distracted him. He looked up and saw Lisa and Jack.
Simon went to the window and opened it.
“What are you doing here?” he asked. “How do you know where I live?”
Lisa ignored his questions. “Do you want to come out with us? We’re going to

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Simon sat at his desk in his room, doing homework. A tapping on the window distracted him. He looked up and saw Lisa and Jack.
Simon went to the window and opened it.
“What are you doing here?” he asked. “How do you know where I live?”
Lisa ignored his questions. “Do you want to come out with us? We’re going to the cemetery.”
Simon didn’t want to go to the cemetery. He’d been there last month with his parents. They’d been on a ghost tour, and Simon had seen a real ghost.
He tried to think of some excuse.
“Umm… it’s getting dark,” said Simon.
“So?” said Jack.
“I have homework to finish.”
“So?” Jack frowned at Simon. “Are you scared?”
“No,” Simon answered quickly.
“Come on. It’ll be fun. We might even see more ghosts.” Jack’s frown turned to a smile. “In fact, I can pretty much guarantee that we will.”

Are there such things as ghosts? And what will Simon find in the cemetery at night?
Read this creepy tale to find out!

Product Details

BN ID:
2940014279260
Publisher:
LearningIsland.com
Publication date:
03/24/2012
Series:
Midnight Ghosts , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
392 KB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Jeannie Meekins is an Australian writer who lives with her children and a couple of cats who think they own the computer. And if her dog could read, he’d be jealous, so it’s lucky that he can’t. Jeannie has also written over 10 books for children, many available through LearningIsland.com

Melissa Cleeman lives with three cats and three brothers, a dog and a couple of parents. In her spare time, Melissa enjoys writing as well as illustrating, reading and doing sudokus. She hopes that this book will be the first of many to illustrate

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