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Jo-Beth turned and stood with her back up against the door. The blue lights were
even worse in here because the room was so big. Shadows crouched down from
the walls and moved closer and closer. Jo-Beth swallowed hard, but the hollow ...
Her searching fingers moved gently. "She did hit her head, Jo-Beth. She's got a
big lump back here." "Her right hand looks funny, too," Jo-Beth reported. "It's all
swollen." She repeated her question. "What do we do now?" "Do you remember ...
"And that accounts for the air that moved the papers around upstairs," Miss Finton
added. "And that's what I mean about too much imagination." Jo-Beth was quiet. "
It's easy to be smart after you know the facts," she thought, but Mary Rose had ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing
Rather implausible, but still fun and satisfying. Better for ages 8-10, or younger if you're reading it to them. Too bad the girls don't actually wind up spending that much time among all the books ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ComposingComposer - LibraryThing
The dialogue is somewhat stilted, and the girls aren't very interesting (except for their names, why would an author call two characters Mary Rose and Jo-Beth.) though the story was interesting. "Kids don't faint, only grown-ups faint." Tell that to my eight-year-old fainting self. Read full review
The Spooky Blue Lights
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