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‘A delightfully offbeat ghost story, featuring cinema,
snacks, school projects and the joy of second chances.’

— Jaclyn Moriarty, award-winning author of
The Extremely Inconvenient Adventures of Bronte Mettlestone

'Beautifully written . . . perfectly captures the space between childhood and independence where dreams can be made or broken.' 

- Books+Publishing

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