Haint Misbehavin'

Haint Misbehavin'

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The start of a fun middle-grade series, The Ghost Handlers, follows Heather Tildy, an Atlanta teen with a troublesome habit of attracting ghosts. Middle-child Heather has enough to worry about with sisters, boys and school. Now that a trouble-making girl from the 1800's is poking her nose in Heather's business, her life has taken a supernatural turn for the worse! Before her life can get better, she has to figure out how to help the ghost move on. Debut author Hardegree is a veteran short-story author for the well-known MOSSY CREEK HOMETOWN series. She plans multiple titles in this warm and funny YA series. "Ghostly fun!" Gillian Summers, The Faire Folk Series "A fun package of crushes, quests for popularity, and summertime antics, tied together with a paranormal bow. Fans of Meg Cabot's Mediator novels will find much to like in Haint Misbehavin', the first of Hardegree's Ghost Handler series." Trish Milburn HEARTBREAK RIVER (as Tricia Mills), Razorbill
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 152.4 x 223.52 x 15.24mm | 340.19g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1935661930
  • 9781935661931
  • 2,860,214

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169 ratings
3.26 out of 5 stars
5 22% (37)
4 20% (34)
3 33% (55)
2 14% (23)
1 12% (20)

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Heather Tildy has finally "become a woman." But instead of becoming closer with her cool older sister, all Heather gets is a visit from her old imaginary friend, Amy. And it turns out that Amy is actually a ghost, and her only chance of getting to the afterlife is through Heather. Unfortunately, Amy doesn't really want to go back, so it looks like Heather's plans of sitting by the pool staring at her crush, Drew, have been sidelined. Heather needs to find a way to send Amy on to the next life, but Amy is doing everything she can to hamper Heather's efforts. With a little creative research and help from a new friend, Xavier, maybe Heather can help Amy out, and save her summer. I really enjoyed HAINT MISBEHAVIN'. The way the story is written really makes it sound like a teenager speaking, and while the story seems light and fun, it touches on some deeper issues. I'm glad to see that this is the first of a series. I can't wait to see how Ms. Hardegree develops Heather's character and see what other messes she gets into!show more
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