Sheets and Ladders With his sheets chains and pet spider Jingo likes to look the part of the classic ghost So when someone puts their red knickers in with Jingo s favourite white haunting sheets Jingo is devastated F

  • Title: Sheets and Ladders
  • Author: Notti Thistledore Nela Krzewniak
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • With his sheets, chains and pet spider, Jingo likes to look the part of the classic ghost So when someone puts their red knickers in with Jingo s favourite white haunting sheets, Jingo is devastated.Feeling hurt and unloved, he decides to run away to join the local Carnival But what Jingo has in spooking skills he lacks in street smarts, and he soon finds himself in trouWith his sheets, chains and pet spider, Jingo likes to look the part of the classic ghost So when someone puts their red knickers in with Jingo s favourite white haunting sheets, Jingo is devastated.Feeling hurt and unloved, he decides to run away to join the local Carnival But what Jingo has in spooking skills he lacks in street smarts, and he soon finds himself in trouble

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    1. When Jingo's favourite scaring sheets end up in the wash with Winifred's red knickers, and turn pink, Jingo decides he can't stay at Chatswood Manor any longer. He runs away to join the carnival with his best mate, a hairy spider. When confronted by teenage spooks, who offer him a job, he thinks he's much better appreciated at the circus than back home.but is he? What could possibly go wrong?Winifred and Edgar start searching for Jingoother delightfully scary spook story for the young children i [...]

    2. Momma read us A Frightful Recipe and we couldn't wait for her to read the next book! When she finally read Sheets and Ladders (The Chatswood Spooks) we sat still again and listened and felt sad when Jingo left. Fox really laughed when Momma told us what knickers were! We were very happy that at the end of the story everyone was back where they belonged! Fox and I were disappointed that Momma didn’t have another Chatswood Spooks book to read to us, but we told her we needed to get the next one [...]

    3. Book 1 – A Frightful Recipe – the first book in the ‘Chatswood Spooks’ series introduces us to the three ghostly heroes: Winifred, Edgar and Jingo. The owner of the hotel they are haunting tells them that they are not scary and if they don’t start being more scary they are going to be demoted to bathroom pipe gurgling. The threesome promise to be more scary but that very night Ivan the fearless checks in. A very funny adventure follows as each of the ghosts do their best scary stuff be [...]

    4. This story just goes to show that even spooks have their pride, and there's only so much abuse they can take. When Jingo, the affronted spook who takes great offense that his sheets have now been made pink, leaves Chatswood with an "I'll show them" attitude, he finally has to admit that he was hasty and, in the process, comes to realize that nobody was out to hurt his feelings on purpose. I liked this story because it shows kids that pride, and refusing to forgive, can sometimes lead to disastro [...]

    5. Full review at: unleashingreaders/?p=1979A cute (non)scary ghost story early chapter book that features 3 very different ghost personalities. I loved the vocabulary throughout this book that was not overwhelming yet showed that the author was obviously not writing down to her readers. She also had allusions to fairy tales, word play, and onomatopoeias making the narrative more interesting. I also found the author’s humor really rang throughout. "Hauling his battered suitcase along behind him, [...]

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