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How to Make Friends with a Ghost

How to Make Friends with a Ghost What do you do when you meet a ghost One Provide the ghost with some of its favorite snacks like mud tarts and earwax truffles Two Tell your ghost bedtime stories ghosts love to be read to Three Make

  • Title: How to Make Friends with a Ghost
  • Author: Rebecca Green
  • ISBN: 9781101919019
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • What do you do when you meet a ghost One Provide the ghost with some of its favorite snacks, like mud tarts and earwax truffles Two Tell your ghost bedtime stories ghosts love to be read to Three Make sure no one mistakes your ghost for whipped cream or a marshmallow when you aren t looking If you follow these few simple steps and the rest of the essential tips inWhat do you do when you meet a ghost One Provide the ghost with some of its favorite snacks, like mud tarts and earwax truffles Two Tell your ghost bedtime stories ghosts love to be read to Three Make sure no one mistakes your ghost for whipped cream or a marshmallow when you aren t looking If you follow these few simple steps and the rest of the essential tips in How to Make Friends with a Ghost, you ll see how a ghost friend will lovingly grow up and grow old with you A whimsical story about ghost care, Rebecca Green s debut picture book is a perfect combination of offbeat humor, quirky and sweet illustrations, and the timeless theme of friendship.

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    1. I read this to my sister and 7 year old cousin and we all loved it. I had no idea it was going to be written like an actual guide and I think that's why we loved it even more. This is perfect for a fall time read and for kids/adults who love spooky-ooky books! Also the illustrations look like they were ripped right out of a book from the 60s/70s and I think that made it 10x better. Pick this up, you will not regret it. - Richard*This book was sent to me by Tundra for an honest review. All opinio [...]

    2. Morri! Sério! Esse livro é FOFO DEMAIS!As ilustrações, o textotudo!Se você conhece alguma criança que por acaso tem medo de fantasmas, com certeza esse livro pode ser uma ótima forma de ajudá-la. Acho que ainda não foi publicado no Brasil, mas vou tentar indicar para algumas editoras :)

    3. this was a completely delightful halloween picture book 👻😊it is written like a how-to guide & it explains the proper way to make friends with a ghost. now in this book, ghosts aren't portrayed like actual dead people but more like fluffy marshmallow creatures so it's way less morbid. (but okay the ending is a tad morbid, although it was also everything 🙌🏼)anyway, it explains that sometimes people will mistake your ghost for food, like eggs, sour cream or whipped cream. and the il [...]

    4. I don't usually review picture books because I read so many of them since they're a large part of my job. But I had to at least rate this one since it is just so exceptionally adorable. From the story to the illustrations, How to Make Friends with a Ghost is beautiful in every way. I would have been all over this book as a kid. If you have young ones in your life or are young at heart, check this one out!

    5. I received this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.Oh my! Oh my! When I spotted this book I was already in love, with both the blurb and the cover, but now I am in love with the entire book!This was just such a delight to read, each page that I swiped (because one only gets ebooks from Netgalley) was filled with so much fun and joy.The book is a guide on how to make friends with ghosts. From how to find them, and how to get them in your house (though that part seemed a bit like [...]

    6. What a dear, dear picture book—a guide to making friends with a ghost by Dr. Phantoneous Spookel with ghost identification, ghost basics, and growing up with your ghost. It's at once funny, quirky, inventive, and sincere. I mean, hiding your ghost in a tissue box when guests come over! A must fall read with darling and well-done illustrations.

    7. Rebecca Green's subtle, nuanced palette is a great balance for her alway whimsical, at times poignant picture book. This is enjoyable simples a How To manual with some clever word and picture play, but it is also a touching message about life, growing up, and eventually growing old.

    8. This picture book might well be the perfect Halloween read for the littles in your life. It didn't work as well for this adult reader however. The art is cute and colorful, and there are things that made me smile, but there isn't anything that made me want to hug this book, or give it to someone else and say, here read this! And given that it's targeted at kids, that ending is rather strange no?

    9. This might be my new favorite kids book ever! Such an adorable story and suitable for all ages! I would buy this for friends, for nieces and nephews and even for myself! Thanks to Netgalley for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

    10. God damn this book is so freaking adorable! I loved every page, the illustrations are heart-warming and delightful and the ghost care tips are brilliant, from cooking for your ghost to bedtime routines. I cannot fault this cute book!

    11. Dr. Phantoneous Spookel, leading ghost expert and poet writes: A ghost is nearly impossible to find. You can look till your face turns blue. But if you're a person who is sweet, warm, and kind, a ghost may come out and find you.I just flipped through this again and had to give it a rating 'cause IT'S THE CUTEST THING ON EARTH 😭 What a lovely lil book. Quirky and inventive and so very sweet, with the most darling illustrations my eyes ever did see. Perfect for kiddos and silly 23-year-olds ali [...]

    12. I did not really get this book. My initial response was what is going on here. As I read through it, I could see where it could be useful to teach about how to manuals with a bit of fun. The illustrations were cute and added to the book. The idea of growing old with your ghost was nice and could be transferred to family and friends. Overall this book was just okay for me. The publisher generously provided me with a copy of this book via Netgalley.

    13. Adorable and quirky and sweet, and then the end! Oh, the end! My four-year-old thought it was a little spooky, but it made me just want to sit quietly and wait for a ghost to notice me.

    14. Amistades que perduran a pesar de que el tiempo pase, ese es el hilo de la historia. Muy creativa la idea del fantasma.

    15. How to Make Friends with a Ghost: A depressingly realistic look at platonic soul loveREVIEW COPYQ: Who will meet you when you die? A: Forget about family. If you are lucky enough to have a Ghost friend, he or she will. For the first time you will share a non-corporeal form with you and able to hold hands. You can skip jump, high-five, and more.This book a thinly veiled view on the short time we have and the permanence of true friendshipHow to Make Friends with a Ghost (Rebecca Green)40 pagesTund [...]

    16. Ghosts like laughing at jokes and eating cinnamon insects. There are even tips on hiding places if your new friend wants to hide from visitors. By the end of this book you'll know how to make friends with the cutest ghost ever, and a friendship like that lasts forever!

    17. This month in "adorable picture books I couldn't help reading" is one I actually think is suitable for all agespossibly even mine. How to Make Friends with a Ghost by Rebecca Green is a short illustrated "how to" guide with instructions on how to meet and be friends with a ghost.Not only are the illustrations gorgeous, but I love the quirky humour of the book as well. Although it's definitely a bit odd, Green's book is just so cute. It ends with a sweet section on growing old. How to Make Friend [...]

    18. I already love Rebecca Green's illustrations, but this books dark magic made me love them to a greater extent, and also covet them for my own to put in a frame and stroke them wistfully as I pass in a spooky hallwayThanks to NetGalley for letting me read in exchange for an honest review.

    19. Written in the form of a manual rather than a story, this book shows the reader how to attract, befriend, and maintain friendships with a ghost.The illustrations are warm, and the text is delightfully silly. I could see this going over well at Halloweenceived via Netgalley

    20. Gorgeous illustrations and imaginative text shows the reader not only how to make friends with a ghost, but also the benefits of having a ghost as a friend!

    21. How to Make Friends with a Ghost by Rebecca Green is a picturebook currently scheduled for release on September 5 2017. What do you do when you meet a ghost? One: Provide the ghost with some of its favorite snacks, like mud tarts and earwax truffles. Two: Tell your ghost bedtime stories (ghosts love to be read to). Three: Make sure no one mistakes your ghost for whipped cream or a marshmallow when you aren't looking! If you follow these few simple steps and the rest of the essential tips in How [...]

    22. This book is organized into very simple sentences that makes it easy to read for children. Occasionally there are rhyme schemes that are quite enjoyable as well. I'm not quite sure a 4 year old would be able to understand all of the words in this book, but it will definitely be one that they like hearing read out loud anyway. A lot of people shy away from reading ghost stories to their children, but this one is so adorably cute I doubt any nightmares would come from reading this to them.The illu [...]

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