REVIEW: Ghost Hunter

October 16, 2012

REVIEW: Ghost Hunter

October 16, 2012
‘Young children will love following Mrs Skelebones, the headmistress, as she searches for a ghost called Nicky around the spooky town of Howlingwood. Like all ghosts, Nicky is invisible for most of the time, but with a keen eye and your magic torch, you’ll soon be spotting ghosts in every scene. So, dim the lights, and let’s go ghost hunting!’

Ghost Hunter, by Rupert Matthews
Published by Top That!

A fantastic interactive book that will keep children entertained through both storytelling and ghost hunting. Join Mrs Skelebones as she searches for Nicky through Chillesford Manor, Pricklebush Park and beyond.

What Boo Roo and Tigger Too thought…

Roo really enjoyed searching for the hidden ghosts on each page as I read the story to her. I loved that there were extra ghosts hidden on each page, with a little ‘cheat’ sheet at the back of the book to make sure you found them all.

A fabulous book with a moral ending, plus interaction on each page what more could you ask for?


Paperback – RRP £7.99


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Boo xxx
Disclosure Policy: I received a copy of the book in exchange for this review, my thoughts and opinions are my own unless quoted.

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