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Minute Review: Rose and the Silver Ghost (Holly Webb)

Rose and the Silver GhostWith help from a mysterious ghostly mirror, Rose seeks to discover who her real family is.

Time has flown since Rose left the orphanage behind, and she loves her new family at Mr. Fountain's magical house. But she still can't help wondering what happened to her real family. Were they full of magic too, like her? As Rose searches for clues to her past, she uncovers a silver mirror which once belonged to her mother. A mirror with a ghost... Will this enchanting mirror help Rose solve the mystery of her past?








This series is so much fun for younger readers. While it's probably best suited for intermediate readers, older readers can still find things to enjoy. 

As always, the characters are great. Rose continues to learn new things about herself. This particular installment in her story was very touching, and with it comes an interesting twist. We finally learn who Rose is. 

The other characters continue to support Rose through her discoveries and struggles. They really are a sweet bunch of friends. I think that is one of the things I like the most about the series! 

All in all, Rose and the Silver Ghost has everything you would expect it to have: ghosts, mystery, adventure, and humor. It is a nice conclusion to Rose's story.

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  1. I enjoy reading children's books. I should try to check this series out. It sounds like fun!

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