Ghost Don"t Eat Potato Chips

Written by Marcia Jones
Illustrated by John Steven Gurney

Reviewed by Jacob T. (age 8)

Eddies grandmother is sick so Eddie, Howie, Melody and Liza are going to help her. They go to a creepy and most likely haunted house! When they see a strange figure in the attic window. Liza and Melody think it might be Uncle Jasper, who recently died. Then when they are making a casserole in the oven, it burns! Smoke bursts out of the oven but no one noticed a strange figure next to them. Is it just their imagination or is it a real ghost? Read the book to find out.

I think Ghost Donít Eat Potato Chips is a great book because it has lots of suspense and action. I think this is a great book for kids that like mystery and suspense. I also think the illustrations were great, for example: the haunted house of Eddie's Grandmother was very detailed.

I rate this book 4.5 stars because it has great illustrations and it's so suspenseful that it keeps you asking questions until the very end. The book also keeps you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

Jacob T. is a student in Mrs. Adolphus' 3rd Grade Class