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I seriously hope there are more books by this author in my future. Update: My first copy of this book mysteriously disappeared before I could read it.

I'm Great book! I'm not saying it's a ghost but OK it's a ghost. Apr 21, Jamie Myers rated it it was amazing.

This book is soooo good. I couldn't stop reading it. I especially like how it goes from 2 different point of views. Terrific read for the younger generation and adults.

I hope she does another book to find out about Sara. Mar 30, Ilima rated it it was amazing. Super fun read! My kids are going to love it. Nov 08, Tales Untangled rated it it was amazing.

Initially, I was quite worried about Tiffany as a character. She's caught up in teen drama and concerned only for herself.

At times, she's even mean to Justin, her friend since elementary school. Tiffany has a change of heart, and even though she would like to be class president, she learns who true friends are and how they're the ones who stand by you in hard times.

When Tiffany says, she's basically a babysitter for ghosts I just about died laughing. Really, can it be that hard? She will attes Initially, I was quite worried about Tiffany as a character.

She will attest to the fact that it's harder than it looks. Ghosts don't need to sleep but we do, so right there is one of the problems of being a ghostsitter.

Justin is a mixed bag and doesn't feel like he fits in. He's big, smells like burnt sage a sure-fire recipe to keep ghosts away - as well as friends and he sees ghosts, at least on every Wednesday.

To make matters worse, he's had a crush on Tiffany for years - for reasons even he can't explain. As the scenes develop, I was surprised to see that the book was spookier than the cover indicated.

I actually think having it a little scarier is better. Too often, I've heard my kids complain that books don't do a good enough job.

If it has ghosts they want it scary. Ghostsitter is layered with problems and ghosts, who each have their own reason for coming around.

There were moments when I laughed - cue the spiders to enter - and times when I thought, "Oh no! What's next? Where is there peace for the dead?

Tiffany and Justin work together to find the answer to this very question. To find out more get Ghostsitter immediately, it will grab you as surely as a ghost in a graveyard!

This is a middle-grade book but I think kids as old as 14 could still enjoy it. Jun 25, Christopher Skip Green rated it really liked it Shelves: arguably-young-adult , with-the-babies.

I read this book with my seven and six-year-old daughters. The seven-year-old loved it, but the six-year-old thought it was too scary and eventually jumped ship.

I think the book is probably better-suited to slightly older readers, like fifth or sixth graders. My seven-year-old was able to keep up with the vocabulary and action for the most part until the last twenty-five pages or so, when I felt like my kid was interrupting me every other paragraph or so to get me to clarify what was going on.

This may have been because the end moved a little more quickly, like most climactic conclusions should, or it may be because the ending was a little confusing and took a little extra cognitive bridge-building to get over.

There was at least one pretty significant plot hole at the end that bothered me, but I don't think she picked up on it.

Overall I thought it was a good book. There were a few genuinely creepy moments and the mystery was well-crafted. The characters were well-rounded and believable.

The baby-sitting element was a little hard for me to swallow, but I guess that's because I read with the expectations of a crotchety old man, not a ten-year-old girl.

May 29, The Keepers of the Books rated it it was amazing. When a near-fatal asthma attack almost kills her, Tiffany Hart finds she can suddenly see ghosts.

All around her are kids ghosts that want their deaths solved. Two particularly nasty ghosts, however, have no intention of letting them solve the case.

Will they succeed or will Justin and Tiffany be able to solve the case? The characters are well developed, likable, and easily draw the reader into t When a near-fatal asthma attack almost kills her, Tiffany Hart finds she can suddenly see ghosts.

The characters are well developed, likable, and easily draw the reader into their world. The plot is engaging, full of plot twists and turns, and suspense.

Fans of humor, supernatural mysteries, and adventure will enjoy reading this book. Please Note: A Copy of this book was given to us in exchange for an honest review Jul 29, Karlene Browning rated it really liked it.

I got this book when it first came out and started reading it, but the first chapter freaked me out and I don't like freaky ghost books usually—there are exceptions.

I ended up having to read it anyway for an awards program. I liked it, and it's a good book. Great characters, dialogue.

The biggest issue I have with it is the cover makes it look like it's for younger Middle Graders, but I think it's too intense for most.

And the characters sound older than they are describe I got this book when it first came out and started reading it, but the first chapter freaked me out and I don't like freaky ghost books usually—there are exceptions.

And the characters sound older than they are described in the book. But it's a good debut book, and I'll be looking forward to more from this author.

Unless they get too scary. Aug 19, Robyn rated it liked it Shelves: youth , ya-speculative. I thought this story was more appropriate for a teen audience than a middle reader since it had a pretty spooky feel to it.

I really enjoyed the mystery part and felt like that could have been more a part of the book than the whole running for class president, but a younger audience will find the humor of it interesting.

A girl, Tiffany, has an asthma attack and starts seeing ghosts after it. At first it is 3 little kids and they wont leave her alone.

There is a pretty violent ghost fight and some scary scenes with spiders, no sex, no language Feb 21, Tiffany rated it it was amazing Shelves: death , reading-challenge , children , own , tween , action-thriller , fantasy , teen , met-author , humor.

Such a fun action, mystery, thriller read for tweens. Just so interesting to read how these kids chose to deal with their problems. Loved the fact that Shelly didn't shy away from tween drama and met it head on.

She allowed the kids in the book to be real and deal with real issues while seeing ghosts and other crazy things. I also loved that there were teaching moments in this book.

And, well I love the name of the main character. Go Tiffany! Ghost story with heart Both scarier and sweeter than I anticipated, this was a really fun read.

Tiffany and Justin are the best sort of odd couple and I loved the dual perspective of two very different characters with strong, distinct voices.

This story will stay with me for a long time. Dec 11, Lisa rated it it was amazing. Loved the ending! I won't spoil it, but the whole story came together in such a fun and surprising way!!

This is the perfect book for kids who love a slightly spooky story. May 14, mia rated it it was amazing.

This book is the best. Jun 22, Hamster rated it it was ok Shelves: childrens-books , paranormal , latter-day-saint-authors , indie , mystery , middle-grade , read-with-kids.

My 7 year old gave this 5 stars. There was some fun humor in this one, but mostly I was bored. Nov 06, Heidi rated it really liked it.

I don't like this genre but this was really cute and kid-friendly. Apr 23, E. She refuses to let anything stand in the way of her quest to become class president, and that includes ghosts who shriek at her and an issue with asthma, and a persistent neighbor who elicits mixed reactions in her parents!

This fun story portrays the angst and challenge of 4. This fun story portrays the angst and challenge of being a fifth-grader with the additional complications of dealing with ghosts.

The relationship between these two twelve year olds is both sweet and awkward, but the brutal honesty that Tiffany displays toward Justin is balanced by his persistent adoration of her that he has a lovely metaphysical explanation for.

I enjoyed the gradually unfolding mystery that required Tiffany to undergo a complete transformation of belief and the descriptions of the challenges that had to be overcome.

I like that not everything was a success and that both of the main characters had a chance to face adversity and grow, and learned to look at events from a different perspective.

I think this story would appeal to children in the pre-teen to early teen ages who like tales that border on being a little spooky and have an intriguing mystery to solve.

A copy of this title was provided to me for review May 02, Terri Walsh rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-to-my-kids.

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Ghostsitter By Shelly Brown. View Full Size Image Look inside. Unfortunately, Tiffany only knows one person who can help her shake her ghoulish problem, her neighbor and the weirdest boy at school, Justin Henderson.

Justin has seen ghosts since he was nine, a creepy claim that has earned him the privilege of eating lunch by himself for years.

Together they start to unravel a mystery with dead orphans, a white witch, and phantom spiders. To save their lives and the afterlives of innocent children , they must face a terrifying specter as well as a ghastly woman who isn't afraid of hurting kids, dead or alive.

Can Tiffany win the school election and solve her ghost problems?

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Can Tiffany win the school election and solve her ghost problems? Like a phantom spider, it snuck up on me and left me genuinely creeped out. Shipping to the U.

Please see our International FAQ for more information. Scott Savage, author of the Case File 13 series and Mysteries of Cove series " Ghostsitter is one of those rare books that succeeds at being both hilarious and freaky!

Meet the Author. Shelly Brown More about the author. Read more. As an adult, I was skeptical about reading a book intended for middle-school aged children.

Since I have enjoyed other teen-lit, I thought I would give it a try. I was not disappointed. The main characters were well developed and the backstories were well timed.

This is the type of book that makes reading fun. I would recommend this book to young p I received a free electronic copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

I would recommend this book to young people as well as adults who are looking for a light read. Sep 12, Hailey Thompson rated it it was amazing Shelves: for-review.

I was slightly skeptical to read this because the cover reminds me of the books I read in elementary school but it definitely wasn't like the books I read back then.

This is a great, spooky story for young readers. It's a fun read and has a lot of humor in it as well. The story flowed well. It's a quick page turner.

I think this is a perfect book for Halloween. I enjoyed that every character had their own story line and it left me wanting to know even more about them.

You really got to know the I was slightly skeptical to read this because the cover reminds me of the books I read in elementary school but it definitely wasn't like the books I read back then.

You really got to know the characters and they all have very relatable qualities. This book has multiple POV. If you don't like reading that style of book, you may not want to read this but I would say to give this book a chance.

I would recommend this book to everyone with middle school aged children. Shelly Brown has done a wonderful job on her first book. I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Apr 26, Arlene Arredondo rated it it was amazing Shelves: childern-s-book. This is a great book for middle graders.

Full of suspense and spooky situations, will keep children interested from beginning to end. It is well written and the language used is perfect, easily to understand and the sequence told from two points of view is flawless.

I think this could prepare children for more complicated reading and think how fun is to immerse in a story. Note: I received a copy of Ghostssitter from Future House Publishing in exchange for an honest review.

May 01, Jessica Johnson rated it it was amazing. My daughter and I both love this book. The writing is great and can really be geared to people of all ages, but teens would probably like this better then the average adult.

My daughter often put herself in the main character position while she was reading. You can tell she is a strong, smart kid and I would love for my daughter to be like her.

I like that there are multiple POV's in this book. It really gives you more perspective then you usually get in a book. I feel like I learned about the c My daughter and I both love this book.

I feel like I learned about the characters and that it is easy to get lost in this book and imagine that you are right in there with the characters.

I feel like it is a wonderful book! Apr 29, Danielle Montgomery rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone.

Shelves: mystery. This book is really good! I love how it is written, you get the view points of Justin and Tiffany depending on the chapter.

This book has a lot of adventure in it and these kids in 7th grade are dealing with a lot! The end of this book made me cry, which I was not expecting when I started reading this book.

I think this is a great book to read for adult and teens, the story is interesting and written so that it draws you in. It is one of those books that is hard to put down because you want to k This book is really good!

It is one of those books that is hard to put down because you want to know what it going to happen. I received a free copy in exchange for an honest unbiased review.

This has not influenced my opinions on the book. Jul 29, Rachel Larsen rated it it was amazing. I could go on and on about the compelling inciting incident, the quirky characters and the endearing voices of both main characters.

I could also go into how all the creepy parts were mixed with some humor, and just enough goose-bumpy-ness to keep it middle-grade and suspenseful.

But I'm not sure I need to. I can give this book no higher praise than this: I told a group of girls ranging in age from all about the book and received wide eyes, huge smiles and pleas to buy it right now so they I could go on and on about the compelling inciting incident, the quirky characters and the endearing voices of both main characters.

I can give this book no higher praise than this: I told a group of girls ranging in age from all about the book and received wide eyes, huge smiles and pleas to buy it right now so they could all read it!!

The author nailed this one. HUGE thumbs up from my crowd! Oct 10, John Young rated it it was amazing. Great book! It's easy to read and I couldn't put it down.

Even got a little spooked at one point as I was reading it way past my bedtime. I started hearing noises in the apartment and I was a little worried it was a "freaky-scary" ghost child.

Finished the book in two days. I laughed and maybe even cried a little Wait, what? No, I'm awesome!

I seriously hope there are more books by this author in my future. Update: My first copy of this book mysteriously disappeared before I could read it.

I'm Great book! I'm not saying it's a ghost but OK it's a ghost. Apr 21, Jamie Myers rated it it was amazing.

This book is soooo good. I couldn't stop reading it. I especially like how it goes from 2 different point of views. Terrific read for the younger generation and adults.

I hope she does another book to find out about Sara. Mar 30, Ilima rated it it was amazing. Super fun read!

My kids are going to love it. Nov 08, Tales Untangled rated it it was amazing. Initially, I was quite worried about Tiffany as a character.

She's caught up in teen drama and concerned only for herself. At times, she's even mean to Justin, her friend since elementary school.

Tiffany has a change of heart, and even though she would like to be class president, she learns who true friends are and how they're the ones who stand by you in hard times.

When Tiffany says, she's basically a babysitter for ghosts I just about died laughing. Really, can it be that hard? She will attes Initially, I was quite worried about Tiffany as a character.

She will attest to the fact that it's harder than it looks. Ghosts don't need to sleep but we do, so right there is one of the problems of being a ghostsitter.

Justin is a mixed bag and doesn't feel like he fits in. He's big, smells like burnt sage a sure-fire recipe to keep ghosts away - as well as friends and he sees ghosts, at least on every Wednesday.

To make matters worse, he's had a crush on Tiffany for years - for reasons even he can't explain. As the scenes develop, I was surprised to see that the book was spookier than the cover indicated.

I actually think having it a little scarier is better. Too often, I've heard my kids complain that books don't do a good enough job.

If it has ghosts they want it scary. Ghostsitter is layered with problems and ghosts, who each have their own reason for coming around. There were moments when I laughed - cue the spiders to enter - and times when I thought, "Oh no!

What's next? Where is there peace for the dead? Tiffany and Justin work together to find the answer to this very question.

To find out more get Ghostsitter immediately, it will grab you as surely as a ghost in a graveyard! This is a middle-grade book but I think kids as old as 14 could still enjoy it.

Jun 25, Christopher Skip Green rated it really liked it Shelves: arguably-young-adult , with-the-babies. I read this book with my seven and six-year-old daughters.

The seven-year-old loved it, but the six-year-old thought it was too scary and eventually jumped ship. I think the book is probably better-suited to slightly older readers, like fifth or sixth graders.

My seven-year-old was able to keep up with the vocabulary and action for the most part until the last twenty-five pages or so, when I felt like my kid was interrupting me every other paragraph or so to get me to clarify what was going on.

This may have been because the end moved a little more quickly, like most climactic conclusions should, or it may be because the ending was a little confusing and took a little extra cognitive bridge-building to get over.

There was at least one pretty significant plot hole at the end that bothered me, but I don't think she picked up on it. Overall I thought it was a good book.

There were a few genuinely creepy moments and the mystery was well-crafted. The characters were well-rounded and believable.

The baby-sitting element was a little hard for me to swallow, but I guess that's because I read with the expectations of a crotchety old man, not a ten-year-old girl.

May 29, The Keepers of the Books rated it it was amazing. When a near-fatal asthma attack almost kills her, Tiffany Hart finds she can suddenly see ghosts.

All around her are kids ghosts that want their deaths solved. Two particularly nasty ghosts, however, have no intention of letting them solve the case.

Will they succeed or will Justin and Tiffany be able to solve the case? The characters are well developed, likable, and easily draw the reader into t When a near-fatal asthma attack almost kills her, Tiffany Hart finds she can suddenly see ghosts.

The characters are well developed, likable, and easily draw the reader into their world. The plot is engaging, full of plot twists and turns, and suspense.

Fans of humor, supernatural mysteries, and adventure will enjoy reading this book. Please Note: A Copy of this book was given to us in exchange for an honest review Jul 29, Karlene Browning rated it really liked it.

I got this book when it first came out and started reading it, but the first chapter freaked me out and I don't like freaky ghost books usually—there are exceptions.

I ended up having to read it anyway for an awards program. I liked it, and it's a good book. Great characters, dialogue.

The biggest issue I have with it is the cover makes it look like it's for younger Middle Graders, but I think it's too intense for most.

And the characters sound older than they are describe I got this book when it first came out and started reading it, but the first chapter freaked me out and I don't like freaky ghost books usually—there are exceptions.

And the characters sound older than they are described in the book. But it's a good debut book, and I'll be looking forward to more from this author.

Unless they get too scary. Aug 19, Robyn rated it liked it Shelves: youth , ya-speculative. I thought this story was more appropriate for a teen audience than a middle reader since it had a pretty spooky feel to it.

I really enjoyed the mystery part and felt like that could have been more a part of the book than the whole running for class president, but a younger audience will find the humor of it interesting.

A girl, Tiffany, has an asthma attack and starts seeing ghosts after it. At first it is 3 little kids and they wont leave her alone.

There is a pretty violent ghost fight and some scary scenes with spiders, no sex, no language Feb 21, Tiffany rated it it was amazing Shelves: death , reading-challenge , children , own , tween , action-thriller , fantasy , teen , met-author , humor.

Such a fun action, mystery, thriller read for tweens. Just so interesting to read how these kids chose to deal with their problems.

Loved the fact that Shelly didn't shy away from tween drama and met it head on. She allowed the kids in the book to be real and deal with real issues while seeing ghosts and other crazy things.

I also loved that there were teaching moments in this book. And, well I love the name of the main character. Go Tiffany! Ghost story with heart Both scarier and sweeter than I anticipated, this was a really fun read.

Tiffany and Justin are the best sort of odd couple and I loved the dual perspective of two very different characters with strong, distinct voices.

This story will stay with me for a long time. Dec 11, Lisa rated it it was amazing. Loved the ending!

I won't spoil it, but the whole story came together in such a fun and surprising way!! This is the perfect book for kids who love a slightly spooky story.

May 14, mia rated it it was amazing. This book is the best. Jun 22, Hamster rated it it was ok Shelves: childrens-books , paranormal , latter-day-saint-authors , indie , mystery , middle-grade , read-with-kids.

My 7 year old gave this 5 stars. There was some fun humor in this one, but mostly I was bored.

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