Book: Dead Diary by L. P. Donnelli
|4.7 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
L. P. Donnelliabout this book: The book is a Ghost Whisperer for kids meets Adrian Mole, both of which were inspirations for the story along with other children's literature.
Dead Diary provides an unusual but fun read, in a series of diary entries written by the young girl, Mathilde: a soul helper who has the constant demands of school and impatient ghosts. She is a girl that has never seemed to fit in, except when she is with her crazy ghost friends, and although she loves books and studying, some of the girls at school make the experience less than enjoyable. Her parents are equally unusual as her ability to see and help ghosts and she is still struggling to catch the eye of that special boy. The fact that she never seems to have enough time only makes it all the more difficult for her.
Through the school term, Mathilde learns important life lessons she will never forget to realize that ghosts and people are not as different as she thought . . .
Dead Diary is a book for children of all ages and even older. The book idea and title came early on and the story quickly grew from there. It is the first part of a series and the second children's book by the author.
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