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JESSIMAN, A.: Clumsy Ghost and Other Spooky Tales (The) (Unabridged)


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JESSIMAN, A.: Clumsy Ghost and Other Spooky Tales (The) (Unabridged)

In this entertaining anthology of seven new ghost stories, written especially for Naxos AudioBooks, we meet all kinds of phantoms in different situations: a kind-hearted but accident-prone spectre unwittingly upsetting a family home, as well as ghosts in ancient Egypt, on board a pirate ship, and in a Newcastle swimming pool. Engaging and slightly sinister, The Clumsy Ghost and Other Spooky Tales is a delightful shiver for all the family.

Disc 1

  The Clumsy Ghost (Unabridged)
1.   The Clumsy Ghost by Alastair Jessiman, read by Sean Barrett 00:05:14
2.   But of course there was a problem… 00:06:04
3.   One evening, the family had a seance in the lounge. 00:05:20
4.   That evening, I stood by the arched window… 00:06:03
  By the Hot Green Water (Unabridged)
5.   By the Hot Green Water by Anna Britten, read by Harry Somerville 00:04:19
6.   After a couple of hours, we had a break… 00:05:43
7.   Mum and I walked home the long way… 00:05:43
  Unable to Connect (Unabridged)
8.   Unable to Connect by David Blake, read by Anne - Marie Piazza 00:05:21
9.   When I went in this evening, there was still one customer… 00:06:09
10.   After Mum died I was in a daze for weeks. 00:05:32
  The Stillness (Unabridged)
11.   The Stillness written and read by Roy McMillan 00:04:10
12.   Jake learned his father's trade quickly… 00:04:07
13.   Three months later… 00:05:57
14.   There was a lot of activity. 00:07:13

Disc 2

  The Piper Boy (Unabridged)
1.   The Piper Boy by Edward Ferrie, read by Thomas Eyre 00:06:44
2.   But Monday came before Friday… 00:03:27
3.   Friday came and Steven knocked on the big oaken door… 00:04:31
4.   Steven took a closer look… 00:05:13
5.   Monday morning came. The swimming pool. 00:03:31
  The Weeping Tree (Unabridged)
6.   The Weeping Tree by Margaret Ferrie, read by Anne - Marie Piazza 00:04:25
7.   She awoke the next morning… 00:04:15
8.   Soon the three of them were seated around the table… 00:07:08
9.   Amy slept fitfully that night… 00:05:43
10.   For the next three nights… 00:07:26
  The Book of Imhotep (Unabridged)
11.   The Book of Imhotep by David Angus, read by Sean Barrett 00:05:44
12.   Together with some servants, carrying picks and shovels… 00:05:12
13.   Setna reached out his hand to lift the book… 00:05:42
14.   'This story is very sad,' said Setna… 00:05:52

Total Playing Time: 02:31:48

Angus, David; Blake, David; Britten, Anna; Ferrie, Edward; Ferrie, Margaret; Jessiman, Alastair; McMillan, Roy

Barrett, Sean; Eyre, Thomas; McMillan, Roy; Piazza, Anne-Marie; Somerville, Harry

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Junior Classic Fiction

Period: Contemporary

Catalogue No: NA0054

Barcode: 9781843795049

Physical Release: 2011

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