Annotations for Girl Meets Ghost


Baker & Taylor
"Seventh-grader Kendall can see dead people. Not only can she see them, she can speak to them. . . and they can speak to her. They want Kendall to be a psychic sleuth and figure out what unresolved issues are keeping them from moving on"--

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Baker & Taylor
Seventh-grader Kendall is able to communicate with ghosts, and unless she wants them to totally ruin her social life, she finds she has to do whatever she can to help them resolve their issues so they can move on, and out of her life.

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Baker & Taylor
Struggling to prove her sanity to family, friends and a crush who thinks she is talking to herself, 12-year-old Kendall Williams, a girl who can see ghosts, embarks on the adventure of a lifetime when she realizes that the only way she can get ghosts to leave her alone is to help them. By the author of The Secret Identity of Devon Delaney.

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Simon and Schuster
A tween girl becomes a reluctant medium in this start to a hilariously haunting series.

There's an old saying that "dead men tell no tales"--but that saying is definitely not true. Just ask twelve-year-old Kendall Williams, who can't get dead people to stop talking to her, no matter how politely she asks. It's pretty frustrating being able to hear and see people that no one else can. For one thing, her friends and family think she's going crazy. And for another, being spotted by your crush while talking to (seemingly) no one is positively mortifying. But Kendall is going to have to learn how to deal, because the only way to quiet the dead is to help them.

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