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Summary: When Anne chooses spooky old Boogerman’s House for her school report, she doesn’t realize the mystery and downright scary things that will happen to her, Gena and Juniper, the founding members of the club. Anne and her friends quickly learn about the legend of the Gray Lady and, in their quest for answers, end up spending a night searching the house and learning its mysteries. This is the seventh book in the Fortune Teller's Club series
Type of Reading: bedtime story, family reading, independent reading, read aloud book, reluctant reader
Recommended Age: read together: 8 to 12; read yourself: 9 and up
Interest Level: 8 to 13
Reading Level: 4
Age of Child: read by an 11-year-old
Young Reader Reaction: I really liked this book. It reminded me of those classic stories where a person meets a person who turns out to be really a ghost.
Adult Reader Reaction: I liked this book. Although the level of intrigue never quite reaches that of the Nancy Drew series and the drama itself is somewhat predictable, it is an easy read that will engage many young women. Enderle’s character dialogue is great and engaging.
Pros: How can anyone pass up a story about a haunted house! This would be a great read for a slow reader or a reader moving up levels.
Cons: I wish the story was longer.
Borrow or Buy: Buy. It is worth the five dollars and would be a good one to read over again.