Tell No One!

Tell No One!

by Dotti Enderle, Howard McWilliam

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Children's Literature - Judy Silverman
This is a really fun story, and a good read, but I am not sure who will read it. Malcolm and his friend Daniel—generally called Dandy—are about to begin fifth-grade, "the highest grade at Waxberry Elementary" School. They have had a wonderful summer hunting ghosts with their new "Ecto-handheld-Automatic-Heat-Sensitive-Laser-Enhanced Specter Detector," but now their ghost hunting will have to wait for weekends only. To top it all off, they will be in the class of the meanest teacher in the school, Mrs. Goolsby. During the first day, she lives up to her reputation: "just hour after hour of Math, English, Science, and History." There is homework to do as well, but Malcolm, who is going to be the photographer for the yearbook, has taken a couple of pictures during the day. When he downloads them onto his computer, the sight of one of them sends him straight to the telephone to call Dandy. There is a ghost at school! It is the ghost of an old man with a fishing rod, and the words "tell no one" appear on the picture. Malcolm has taken several shots that he thinks would be appropriate for the yearbook, but the fisherman shows up in all of them. So do those words. What are the boys to do, and why is Mrs. Goolsby so upset when she spots one of the pictures? Why is she crying? Here the story gets a little more unbelievable, but it is still fun to have intelligent boys begin to think of someone else instead of just themselves. This is book three of the "Ghost Detectors" series and is recommended. Reviewer: Judy Silverman

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Magic Wagon
Publication date:
Ghost Detectors Series
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

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