Synopses & Reviews
In Ghastly, Illinois, the news is grave, indeed. Dick Tater from the International Movement for the Safety & Protection Of Our Kids & Youth (IMSPOOKY) is concerned that 11-year-old Seymour Hope is living in the Spence Mansion "without the benefit of parents." Ignatius B. Grumply tries to explain that Seymours in a lovely living arrangement with himself and the ghost of Olive C. Spence. But Dick Tater is not convinced. He commits Grumply to the Illinois Home for the Deranged, sends Seymour to the Ghastly Orphanage, and announces his plan to exhume the body of Olive C. Spence. And just in time for Halloween! In this second volume from 43 Old Cemetery Road, the Klise sisters take readers on a riotous romp through a hilariously haunted town that, in the end, feels just like home sweet home.
The International Movement for the Safety and Protection Of Our Kids and Youth (IMSPOOKY) dictates that Seymour cannot live in the mansion at 43 Old Cemetery Road "without the benefit of parents." Ignatius B. Grumply tries to explain to Dick Tater, the head of IMSPOOKY, that he and Seymour are in a lovely living (and publishing!) arrangement with the ghost of Olive C. Spence. Dick Tater is not convinced. But this clever trio canand#8217;t be broken up as easily as he imagines . . .This companion to Dying to Meet You, the first book in the 43 Old Cemetery Road series, is another spooky tale told in letters, drawings, newspaper articles, and television scripts.
The International Movement for the Safety & Protection Of Our Kids & Youth (IMSPOOKY) dictates that Seymour cannot live at 43 Old Cemetery Road without his parents. Ignatius B. Grumply tries to explain to the head of IMSPOOKY that he and Seymour are in a living arrangement with the ghost of Olive C. Spence.
Book two in the new mildly spooky, dreadfully clever graphic series by the Klise sisters.
About the Author
and M. SARAH KLISE
are well known for creating well-loved graphically illustrated novels for children. Theyve also collaborated on several picture books and a number of popular middle grade novels. Kate, who is a correspondent for People
magazine, lives in Norwood, Missouri. Sarah, who is an art teacher, lives in Berkeley, California.www.kateandsarahklise.com