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Michael Morpurgo – Ghostly Haunts

Posted by demonik on October 25, 2010

Michael Morpurgo (ed.) – Ghostly Haunts (Collins/ The National Trust, 1994)

Paul Young

Illustrated by Nilesh Mistry

Michael Morpurgo – Introduction

Ted Hughes – The Deadfall
Berlie Doherty – Hurry, Please
Michael Morpurgo – Silver Ghost
John Quinn – The Rising Stones
Dick King-Smith – Godfrey’s Revenge
Anne Merrick – Mirror, Mirror
Joan Aiken – The Thing In Waiting
Alick Rowe – The Dorabella Variation
Terence Blacker – A Lady in Blue, Unidentified
Jamila Gavin – The Demon Drummer

The Authors
The National Trust
National Trust Properties Featured In The Stories

Blurb
Have you ever visited a spooky place and wondered whether the ghosts of the people who lived there still linger around the buildings or the grounds?

This haunting collection of new stories featuring real places eerily captures the atmosphere and history surrounding them, creating a ghostly world that will stay with you long after you’ve read the last word…

“Michael Morpurgo has persuaded ten contemporary children’s authors to produce an attractive variety of ghosts hallmarked by the National Trust.” – The Times

“Ghostly Haunts provides a rich and substantial collection of good, classy, classic ghost tales.” – TES

A commemorative collection specially commissioned to celebrate the National Trust’s centenary, guaranteed to become a classic of its kind.

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