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The Phantom Of The Post Office (43 Old Cemetery Road)

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Phantom Of The Post Office

Harcourt Children's Books


Author: Kate Klise

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With the impending closure of the post office, the transition to the new communication system VEXT-mail is anything but smooth for the human and paranormal residents of Ghastly, Illinois. Story told mostly through letters.
The Phantom Of The Post Office (43 Old Cemetery Road) is a must own child's book. The author is Kate Klise and it was published in May of 2012 by Harcourt Children's Books. The book talks about Letters and is considered smart fiction. The book has 160 pages and it contains plenty of black & white drawings. It highlights Humorous stories, Haunted houses, Ghosts, Technology and Postal service. To get the best deal on a copy for this children's book besides other books, click on the shopping cart link below.

The letter-loving trio at Spence Mansion has something to grieve about— Ghastly's post office is about to close, which will cut off their connection to their fans. Will he strike down Ghastly's beloved ghostwriter within the procedure? A new invention named VEXT-mail is threatening to replace not just letters, but books, hair dryers, and even garage door openers! before it's too late! Could the mysterious occupant of P. O. Box 5 and his seemingly sinister program save the doomed post office? In this fourth book in the award-winning 43 Old Cemetery Road series, eleven-year-old Seymour Hope and his new friend, Wy Fye,must solve this postmortem mystery.



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