The Resource Goth girl and the ghost of a mouse
- Goth girl and the ghost of a mouse
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- Chris Riddell
- Meet Ada Goth. She lives in Ghastly-Gorm Hall with her father, Lord Goth, lots of servants and at least half a dozen ghosts, but she hasn't got any friends to explore her enormous, creepy house with. Then one night everything changes when Ada meets s ghostly mouse named Ishmael. Together they set out to solve the mystery of the strange happenings at Ghastly-Gorm Hall. And get alot more than they bargained for
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- Costa Book Awards, 2013 winner.
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