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The Ghostly Ghastlys Book 6: The Lost Reindeer
     

The Ghostly Ghastlys Book 6: The Lost Reindeer

by Barbara Godwin
 

It is Christmas Eve. The little Ghastlys are not expecting Father Christmas to bring them presents because he never does. But Princess is determined that they shall hang up their stockings and is sure that this year he will come.

Princess doesn't know that the little Ghastlys haven't always been good, and maybe that is why Father Christmas never been before.<

Overview

It is Christmas Eve. The little Ghastlys are not expecting Father Christmas to bring them presents because he never does. But Princess is determined that they shall hang up their stockings and is sure that this year he will come.

Princess doesn't know that the little Ghastlys haven't always been good, and maybe that is why Father Christmas never been before.

When a baby reindeer falls off a sleigh, the little Ghastlys try their hardest to find Father Christmas to take the reindeer home. They even go to the North Pole to see if he is there, but of course, on Christmas Eve he is too busy to be at home.

This is the sixth book in the series and the Ghastly family are now established at the Ghostly Ghastly House, which is popular with the visitors to the town. Branwing and Princess are now married and back from their honeymoon, and the little Ghastlys are becoming fixit ghosts.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045527057
Publisher:
Barbara Godwin
Publication date:
12/17/2013
Series:
Ghostly Ghastlys , #6
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
567,625
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
5 - 11 Years

Meet the Author

I love quirky characters - skeletons, ghosts, machines, inventors, alligators, aliens, insects, pirates - especially when they are mixed up with weird happenings and a tiny bit of magic. When I was little, running round our big back garden on the Isle Of Wight, I wanted to be in Robin Hood's band or go on adventures like Alices's. People in books were funny, scary, sad or warm-hearted, mysterious or magical. They felt real and I made up my own stories before I could write. After that, I wrote them for myself, then for my daughter, and now for my granddaughter - and I still write them for that little girl who had adventures in the big back garden. I've never truly grown up. My stories are being illustrated, and published. So lots more to come. Now I live in Surrey with my daughter, son-in-law and my granddaughter. I used to have a dog called Paddy, a budgie called Ringo, a rabbit called Flipper, a cat called Issy and lots of chickens. We don't have pets at the moment, but we want a dog later on. Lots of animals creep into my stories and they're always fun and magical to have around. Who knows what is really real and what isn't?

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