A Good Day For Haunting (The Invisible Friend)

A Good Day For Haunting (The Invisible Friend)

4.17 (106 Ratings by Goodreads)
ISBN13: 9780340932247
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Most people don't realise that an entire Ghost World exists alongside their own. They aren't aware that they walk with ghosts every day. Tom Golden is the only one who knows, the only one who can see them. He spend all his time with Invisible Friends, especially Arthur But then three extraordinary ghosts appear on the scene - ghosts who are visible to everyone! This could mean big trouble for the ghost world if humans suddenly remember that ghosts exist, but how can Tom stop the most powerful poltergeist, thesper and screamer?

Type Book
Number Of Pages 368
Item Height 199 mm
Item Width 24 mm
Item Weight 260 Gram
Product Dimensions 24 x 199 x 131
Publisher Hodder Children's Books
Format Paperback | 368
Book Overview Tom and Arthur are back with another delightful story from Louise Arnold, exploring their unusal friendship and the combination of their very different worlds.

Manages to be both funny and moving and doesn't shy away from the theme of loneliness. A cracking read. Aberdeen Evening Express Fantastically fun Maidenhead Advertiser The tale proceeds helter-skelter, funny, shrewd, sometimes moving, to one of those satisfying climaxes which indicates a good plot well crafted Carousel The writing is smart, visual, and very very funny, which should keep confident young readers as happily involved as older ones Junior Education A great story. vividly portrayed, humorous and engaging The School Librarian A sure-fire hit China Morning Post Debut author Louise Arnold approaches the story with great fun and a keen appreciation for imaginative detail. Written with a refreshing light touch, it's packed with originality and witty writing Sunday Morning Post A brilliant read - you won't want this story to end The Beano This book is a joy to read aloud, full of humour and surprising observation The Sunday Times An imaginative book which builds to a great climax The Sunday Times

Louise Arnold was born in Morden, Surrey. Her love of writing began at the age of four when she wrote her first poem. From the age of eight she lived in Bognor Regis until passing her A-Levels. Louise took a year out before university and back-packed, Amtrak'ed and GreyHound-ed across America. She graduated in 2003, from the University of Kent, with a 2.1 in drama (specialising in Stand-Up Comedy) and has now settled in Canterbury with her partner. Her spare time is taken up with a love of e-bay and carboot sales, changing the colour of her hair, and borrowing the neighbour's cat until she can buy her own Siamese. Grey Arthur: The Invisible Friend is her first novel.