GhostsBook - 2016
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Catrina worries about her sister Maya, who suffers from cystic fibrosis. When they move to a town where the Day of the Dead is celebrated, Catrina is more worried than excited. For older children. Also available as an eBook.
Catrina and her little sister Maya move to a new town that is inhabited by ghosts. Should they go ghost hunting?
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Cat’s family has just moved to Bahía de la Luna, leaving behind their life in southern California. Cat is sad to be separated from her friends, but the coastal weather will be better for her sister’s health. Maya has cystic fibrosis, and the cool seaside air may help her struggling lungs. Bahía de la Luna turns out to be haunted, and the residents of the town take living alongside ghosts for granted. This terrifies Cat, but Maya is determined to meet a ghost for herself. Unfortunately for Cat, their new neighbour Carlos knows all the best spots as the local tour guide, including the abandoned mission. In order to help her sister, Cat will have to face up to her own fears.
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