Ghosts Don't Get Goose Bumps
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Ghosts Don't Get Goose Bumps

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Vacationing on a farm in West Virginia near the haunted glass factory where crazy old Irwin Loop used to make marbles, eleven-year-old Jenna decides to use the place to shock her mute younger brother into talking.
Paperback, 176 pages
Published June 1st 1995 by Yearling (first published 1993)
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Ghosts Don't Get Goosebumps was entertaining. It took me back to when I was younger and had time to read anything and everything I could. Unlike a lot of children/YA books, this one kept me guessing at the ending and even elicited some tears when I finished.
Ah I love these books don't anyone read these cause I do like everyday 24/7 it's very fun to read theses kind of books Goose Bumps
Starr Daphne
Of course ghosts don't get goose bumps they are a ghost and they aren't scary to themselves sometimes they are
james himes
i kind of don't like the book a lot cause it is not instesting
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