Golden & Grey

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Reviewed by T.J. C.

 

†††† In Golden and Grey the main characters are Arthur (a Ghost) and Tom (a new boy in school). Tom does not like his new school and canít make any friends. Arthur is a ghost boy who wants to be an invisible friend with Tom. The setting is in England at Tomís school and house during the fall. The problem is Arthur is seen by Tom (the human boy) and can no longer be his invisible friend and help him with little problems at school and at home. Tom can see ghosts and is no longer safe from ghost. Arthur now has to help Tom from ghosts that can harm him or do anything else to Tom. And still try to be a great friend whether Tom can see Arthur or not.

 

 

†††† I would say this is a very entertaining book for student grades 4-6. It is an entertaining book because it made me laugh when Tom first saw Arthur and I could imagine their faces and how surprised Arthur and Tom were, when they saw each other. It is also an entertaining book because when Tom sees ghosts I can really imagine what Tom feels like and what the ghost are actually thinking. If you were to buy or check this book out, I would say it is a really good idea. Plus it would get your off the coach and per sway you to read more often and you can picture a holographic movie going around in your head!