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Ghostly Tales by Susan Beth Pfeffer
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Losing your way in the woods. . . . Prowling a castle in the dead of night. . . . Finding a treasure in a dusty attic. . . . Finding a frightening force in your own home. . . . The March sisters--Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy--never imagined they'd encounter beings from the spirit world. But in each of these four new eerie stories, one of the March girls finds herself face-to-face with an inexplicable apparition. Could it be that ghosts really do exist?

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In four ghost stories, set in nineteenth century Concord, Massachusetts, each of the March sisters has a supernatural encounter.

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