Book Reviews of Christina's Ghost

Christina's Ghost
Christina's Ghost
Author: Betty Ren Wright
ISBN-13: 9780590402842
ISBN-10: 0590402846
Publication Date: 10/1987
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic
Book Type: Paperback
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Dreading having to spend the summer with her uncle in his creepy old summer house, Christina becomes alarmed when she hears strange noises and sees a silent little boy who keeps disappearing.
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Reading level 5
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I've had this book since Elementary school! I found it in the hallways all trampled on (back cover got ripped off), and by the time I found out whose it was, it was too late to return it.

This was an enjoyable, if short read. It says something that I remembered pieces from this book after all this time. I like how Christina and her Uncle Ralph's relationship was resolved, the story behind the ghosts, and the bit of depth to the characters. If I was going to have a kid, this would be in their collection.
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The last thing Christina wants to do this summer is stay with grumpy Uncle Ralph in his old Victorian house. She's sure she'll have an awful time. But on her very first day there, Christina meets a sad, mysterious little ghost boy who seems to need her help.

Soon Christina discovers the house contains a mystery that was never solved...and that the ghost boy has something to do with it all. But how can she make Uncle Ralph help her solve the puzzle? What is the eveil, chilling presence that lurks in the attic? And why is it trying so hard to frighten her away?
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I remember my mom reading this to me when I was younger. Although I don't really remember the story, I remembered that I liked it :)
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From the cover - The last thing Christina wants to do this summer is stay with grumpy Uncle Ralph in his old Victorian house. She's sure she'll have an awful time. But on her very first day there, Christina meets a sad, mysterious little ghost boy who seems to need her help.
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Good book for middle readers.