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The Ghost at Camp David by Ron Roy
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Apr 25, 2012

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Ghost at Camp David is about two kids named KC,a brave and adventurous little girl, and Marshall, an easily frightened but witty boy, who go on a weekend retreat with the President of the United States to Camp David. Rumor has it, that past president's come back to haunt the camp on the day of their birthday. The kids discover that today is President Eisenhower's birthday. Will the rumors be true? Will the children get a glimpse of Eisenhower's ghost? Read this book to discover a mystery filled with thunder storms, mysterious figures in the fog, creepy knocking sounds, a lot of bats, and much more! This book will have you sitting on the edge of your seat. The book also provides illustrations that capture the essence of the story and the characters. This series would be an excellent resource to use in accompanying a social studies or history lesson. This is a book that I would recommend for grades 2-3.
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