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The Hungry Ghost of Rue Orleans

by Mary Quattlebaum

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Atmospheric and flavorful tale. ( )
  Sullywriter | Apr 3, 2013 |
Fred the ghost lives in a house all by himself until some strangers come in a make it a restaurant. This book goes through Fred's struggle to live with humans and him coming to love the famous New Orleans dessert. ( )
  sammarocco | Nov 4, 2012 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375862072, Hardcover)

Who's afraid of Fred the ghost? Unfortunately, no one!

Fred the ghost is perfectly happy haunting his lonely old New Orleans house until Pierre and his daughter Marie move in and turn the house into . . . (horrors!) . . . a restaurant. They clean up his beloved dust. They fix the house's squeaks and leaks. And as much as Fred clanks and groans and haunts and moans, not one single diner is scared away. In fact, no one even notices him. Is it time for Fred to find a new home?

A hungry ghost in more ways than one, Fred satisfies develops a taste for friendship—and beignets—in this deliciously satisfying New Orleans tale.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:24:28 -0400)

Fred the ghost is perfectly happy haunting his ramshackle New Orleans house until Pierre and his daughter Marie move in and turn the house into a restaurant.

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