The Ghost in the Swing

The Ghost in the Swing A girl who goes to stay with her aunt in the country discovers a ghost that lives on the property

  • Title: The Ghost in the Swing
  • Author: Janet Patton Smith
  • ISBN: 9780448057101
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Softcover
  • A girl who goes to stay with her aunt in the country discovers a ghost that lives on the property.

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    1. I haven't read this since grade school, but it has stuck with me all these years. I wish I could find a reasonably priced copy somewhere. I'll keep looking.Update 10/02/10I finally have a copy of my own! It's beat up and scribbled on, but it's mine, and if you think you're borrowing it, you'll only do it right here with me leaning over your shoulder. Update 2/16/11This stood up well to a re-read. I find I remembered many of the details correctly after a span of maybe 30 years between readings. I [...]


    2. Picked up randomly, turned out to have all the best ingredients for a childhood ghost story: an old country estate in the middle of nowhere, a pleasant 12-year-old with a puppy, a haunted portrait where one figure's expression changes, a mischievous but not malicious little girl ghost, a Creepy Old Caretaker, a maze of an apple orchard, and a mysterious disappearance 30 years ago all contribute to a kid-friendly but nonetheless thrilling murder (?) mystery.



    3. This was my all time favorite book when I was a kid! I loved it and read it over, and over. My "homerun" book as Jim Trelease calls them. It was also my sister's favorite book; she still has it and won't give it back! LOL!


    4. This was the first "adult" book I read in one sitting. I remember locking myself in the back bedroom and reading this all at once. After that I couldn't get enough chapter books. I was probably about 9 years old.


    5. I loved this story and still think about after all these years.i first read it in 1976 and would love another copy of it.It's awesome and for some odd reason i felt very close to the ghost.




    6. I read this book when I was in middle school, maybe 6th grade, it has stuck with me all these years. One day I will find it an reread it again.


    7. I read this book when I was about 9 or 10 years old I just found my old copy so I'm going to read it again


    8. Love this book! Read it back in 1980 or so, and have never forgotten it. I've searched for it for years--- it turns out I remembered the title incorrectly. A friend helped me find it.


    9. This is not a celebrated classic, but I loved it when I was nine and it has stayed with me all these years. A "fraidy-cat"-approved ghost story.


    10. Probably a favorite for 12-14 year old girls. I'm not the target audience, but I think that my girls will enjoy this when they are older.







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