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The Ghost in the Third Row By Bruce Coville,

  • Title: The Ghost in the Third Row
  • Author: Bruce Coville
  • ISBN: 9780553155198
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Stage is SetFor a Ghostly Scene For sixth grader Nina Tanleven, trying out for a part in a play is pretty scary But nothing can compare to seeing a ghost, a woman in white, sitting in the audience Nina senses that she has nothing to fear from this apparition, but she is intrigued Nina learns that fifty years ago, a beautiful actress was murdered on this very staThe Stage is SetFor a Ghostly Scene For sixth grader Nina Tanleven, trying out for a part in a play is pretty scary But nothing can compare to seeing a ghost, a woman in white, sitting in the audience Nina senses that she has nothing to fear from this apparition, but she is intrigued Nina learns that fifty years ago, a beautiful actress was murdered on this very stage According to legend, she has haunted the theater ever since.Strange things begin to happen scripts are ripped up, sets are knocked down, a costume is torn to pieces and everyone thinks that the ghost wants to stop the show from going on Everyone, that is, except for Nina and her best friend, Chris, who decide to do some ghost hunting of their own But only the Woman in White can lead them to the answer
    The Ghost in the Third Row The Stage is SetFor a Ghostly Scene For sixth grader Nina Tanleven trying out for a part in a play is pretty scary But nothing can compare to seeing a ghost a woman in white sitting in the audience

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    1. Childhood favorite via 1988 I m glad I saved my copy because it isn t even available any My boys have really started liking mystery ghost stories This is a nice one that is not too scary but keeps them guessing My youngest was very happy with the ending because Even though it was sad, it was happy.

    2. I remember seeing this book and this series in the bookstore when I was reading all of Bruce Coville s other books as a kid I never picked them up for some reason Maybe because they were about ghosts instead of aliens or magic I think my young self would have liked them My adult self sure enjoyed the quick read, and I m looking forward to the other two books in the series.

    3. So I admit it I m reading a bunch of children s books to make up the last few books of my reading challenge this year I actually do want to read them, but maybe I wouldn t read them all at once However, my comparison of several translations of The Analects took much longer than intended Anyway, the book at hand I actually read The Ghost in the Third Row many years ago I have no idea when, but it was sometime in the 90s Maybe this is where my fascination with ghosts and mysteries began But actual [...]

    4. Nine Tanleven meets best friend Chris and discovers they can see ghosts when they get cast in a play about the ghost s death 50 years earlier This was a very much beloved book when I was a kid and re reading it thanks, Kindle made me feel the exact same way I vividly recalled Nine and her dad s habit of making cookies with super weird ingredients, whatever was on hand, though I never remembered they were called slopnuggets, ha That never stuck The mystery is fairly simple, few things are spelled [...]

    5. Really fun story, it s a ghost story of course and a mystery.Nina and her friend Chris are in a summer production at a theatre that once had a tragic event As a love triange unfolded, one man killed the woman because she chose the other man Because of this, there have been rumors that a ghost now haunts the theatre The play Nina and Chris are now in is the retelling of that tragedy.Things start go wrong in the production when a saboteur causes destruction of property and chasing away cast member [...]

    6. Back when I was in fifth grade my teacher read us the second one in this series and I was at the library that day getting the rest of them I was not disappointed at all with this series I ll admit that ghost stories scare me but these didn t They were right on the boarder of scary and not scary And I loved that In this one I loved how Lily Larkin befriends can a ghost befriend people Chris and Nine and I love how they solve the mystery and put Lily Larkin to rest It s a great story and everyone [...]

    7. This is my favorite of the Nina Tanleven ghostly mysteries, mostly because it involves an old theater and a love story When Nina and her friend get roles in the local community theater production of the life of one of it s most well known actresses they are enthralled Almost as soon as the production begins, so do the hauntings It seems the ghosts have their own story to tell, and Nina has to help them The romance, history, sadness and ghostly activity make for a fun, wild ride.

    8. Nina has tried out for a part in a play in the theater she gets approved and goes there for practice but one day she spots a mysterious figure in the theater who wears old fashion clothes Soon mysterious things starts to happen like the ripping of a dress and burning of the scripts.Nina becomes curious and soon discovers the sorrowful past of the ghost.Could it be the ghost trying to sabotage the play or could it be somebody else

    9. This was my all time favorite book as a kid I blew the dust off to read it to my boys 6 and 7 and while it was a little heavy for them no pictures, tween crushes, murders , they still enjoyed it After reading them the first chapter and putting them to bed, I sat on the couch and read the while thing myself I still loved it all these years later.

    10. I read and reread this story a hundred times when I was a child, and it s still a fun read today Coville really knows how to write characters, showing their interactions with authenticity and charm The story flows nicely and exposition is handled without resorting to endless explanations All three of the books in this series are great.

    11. This book has a few flaws here and there but it s still a great story for middle grade readers, introducing them to the thriller horror genre without it being too scary or disturbing It also teaches good morals about friendship and doing the right thing.

    12. This was my favorite book in elementary school After I read this, I started sneaking my Mom s Stephen King books If I have kids especially a daughter , I will give this to her and hope she loves it as much as I did And my Stephen King collection will be waiting for her too

    13. A childhood favorite and a great book I love the main characters and the humor in the story, but also appreciate the serious parts Its short so not overly complicated, but still a solid story and memorable.

    14. This is one of the many, many books I read while going through physical therapy for JRA in my 5th 6th grade years.

    15. An old childhood favorite 11 year olds get parts in a play, but the theatre seems to be haunted Perfect to read in an hour when you re laying in bed with a cold.

    16. I read this several times when I was a kid because it was creepy but not traumatic I haven t read it in a long time, but I still have a soft spot for it.

    17. I love a good ghost story and this is a good one It is fun and moves at a good pace The characters are well written and interesting Once I started it only took me two days to finish.

    18. In this book I learned that it s better to stay out of things and to not be nosy The girls wouldn t of gotten into trouble if they just minded their own business.

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