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When Jody, a sixth grade boy, travels back in time to when his father was his age, he is finally able to mend their fragile relationship.

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This edition of book was issued in Hardcover. The volume of the book is 208 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "A Matter of Time" was published in 1998.

Original Title
A Matter of Time
ISBN13
9780761450191
First Published
1998 year
Edition Format
Hardcover
Book Language
English
Number of Pages
208 pages
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When Jody, a sixth grade boy, travels back in time to when his father was his age, he is finally able to mend their fragile relationship.

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GIVING UP THE GHOST (Peachtree), Sheri Sinykin's new 'tween novel, breaks a nine-year writer's block, during which time she earned her MFA in Writing for Children from Vermont College. Set on a haunted plantation near New Orleans two years after Hurricane Katrina, GIVING UP THE GHOST's themes of fear, grief, and forgiveness-leavened with humor and gripped by a ghostly mystery-offer comfort and h GIVING UP THE GHOST (Peachtree), Sheri Sinykin's new 'tween novel, breaks a nine-year writer's block, during which time she earned her MFA in Writing for Children from Vermont College. Set on a haunted plantation near New Orleans two years after Hurricane Katrina, GIVING UP THE GHOST's themes of fear, grief, and forgiveness-leavened with humor and gripped by a ghostly mystery-offer comfort and healing to young teens living with uncertainty in unsettling times.

This suspense novel for readers ages 10-14 is also of special interest to grief counselors, teachers, librarians, and parents concerned for how children handle their fears about terminal illness and the eventual death of loved ones. Sheri Sinykin was lead author of the Magic Attic Club series in the mid-90s, and published nine other books for young readers. She lives in Wisconsin and in Arizona".

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