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Golden & Grey: A Good Day for Haunting

by Louise Arnold

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Let's be clear - if you like the other Golden and Grey books, you'll like this one. And if you didn't, don't bother.

I happen to like this series, so there you go :)

I'm not going to bother recapping everything I've said before, just a note that the school is as dismal as ever and you should be aware of whether or not your kid is up for that. But three books in, I hope you know by now! ( )
  conuly | Sep 30, 2010 |
Reviewed by Marta Morrison for TeensReadToo.com

A GOOD DAY FOR HAUNTING is the third book in the GOLDEN & GREY series. It is set in England and can be quite creepy and scary. I didn't read the first two books and at times became lost in the story - but not for long.

Tom Golden is the one human in the world who can see ghosts. After two other adventures, he has a handful of ghostly friends who have made a society of invisible friends. Each ghost has a human who doesn't know they are there and they become their friend, protecting them from harm and making their lives a little more easy.

Things are going well until a psychic comes into their midst. She has a television series where she is the host to explain ghostly happenings across England. They find that there is more about her than meets the eye, and then find a mystery they need to solve or their lives will be changed forever.

I found this book to be funny and a little scary. I teach fifth grade, and most of the students in my classes want scary books. Ones that used to be scary for me in the days of yore aren't very scary anymore due to the media that kids are subjected to now. There are many scary books out there for the middle school readers, especially ones who are struggling a little with their reading skills.

I liked this series. It had some very scary parts and was interesting to read. I am going to purchase the first two for my classroom library and will probably be reading the first one out loud to them next year. I sure hope Ms. Arnold will write some more. ( )
  GeniusJen | Jun 30, 2010 |
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When the television show "Exceedingly Haunted Homes of England" hears rumors of ghosts at Tom Golden's school, he and his "invisible friends" must track down some ghosts that have turned visible in order to restore the balance between the ghost and human worlds.… (more)

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