By Deborah Kerbel

2012 Manitoba younger Reader’s selection Award — Shortlisted

2010 Cybils Award — Shortlisted

A Victorian backyard, a fishing entice, and a ghost named John

Absolutely not anything goes correct for maximum eco-friendly. His mom and dad have simply uprooted their relatives from Vancouver to the awful suburbs of Toronto, he has no acquaintances, and everyone at his new highschool is ignoring him. To make concerns worse, he’s in love with an older lady who’s thoroughly out of his league.

When Max discovers a neighborhood library rumoured to be haunted by way of ghosts, he’s instantly attracted to it. With the aid of a few cryptic messages, he starts off to piece jointly the identification of the teenage ghost and the mysterious chain of occasions that experience attached its spirit to the construction for greater than a century. yet simply who used to be John, besides? Why has he selected to touch Max? And what does an outdated fishing entice need to do with fixing the mystery?

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