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A Lighthouse in Time (The Adamson Adventures 2)

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Zac doesn't believe in ghosts, he's never seen any scientific proof of their existence. Clare is sceptical but open minded to the possibility. She likes the idea of ghosts, and fairies, even angels. Luke is convinced they have encountered a ghost at Caves Beach. He is the one who is determined to lead them on a ghost hunt to the old ruined lighthouse on the point at Cape ...more
Paperback, 153 pages
Published August 2019 by Elephant Tree Publishing
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Cat Michaels
Sep 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The second in the Adamson Series by Sandra Bennett, A Lighthouse in Time is a ghostly mystery set in an exotic-to-me Australian National Park.

Narrated in first person by the eldest Adamson, Zac is the impatient, no-nonsense brother, who clearly leads the siblings. Bennett enriches each child with distinct personalities and tosses in just enough good-natured bickering to make the trio’s relationship realistic and fun. I wish Claire were portrayed feistier rather than as the mothering sister, who
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Sandra writes Australian picture books using animals as the characters. They have vivid and beautifully illustrated images with subtle moral lessons that entertain children from 3 to 93!

She is also writing a series of short chapter books for early and reluctant readers that incorporate a mixture of humour and fun science to keep the pages turning. As a former teacher of over 20 odd years Sandra