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`Read Epub Ó No Such Thing Õ One Cool Day In Late October, Georgia Noticed Something Weird Objects Would Move Around The House And Sometimes They Even Disappeared Now, Some People May Have Wondered Especially At This Time Of Year If This Was The Work Of Something Spooky But Not Clever Georgia She Has All The Explanations And None Of The Fear Join Her In Debunking The Spookiest Of Ghoulish And Ghostly Mischief In This Halloween Adventure Ella Bailey Is An Illustrator And Writer Who Recently Graduated From Falmouth University, England, With A First Class Honors Degree In Illustration Although A Recent Graduate, Her Charming Characters And Effortless Storytelling Easily Belie Her Years Her Engaging Narrative Rhythm, And Boundless Imagination, Is Instantly Captivating Her Art Blends The Plucky Playfulness Of A Modern Day Mary Blair With The Whimsical Sincerity Of A Millennial No Such Thing Is Her First Published Work My favorite part is when she chases the spider down with a cup so she can catch it and put it outside instead of smushing it. This was a different take on Halloween ghosts Instead of trying to convince kids that there is no such thing as ghosts, this story proves that even though there are logical explanations for the strange happenings around Georgia s house, there are ghosts behind them after all A book like this might have upset me as a kid, but I want to keep it in mind for my three year old this coming Halloween, since she is a complete skeptic and would probably remain convinced that ghosts are not real I also really like the artwork and the seek and find concept, where a ghost can be found on every page. This was a lovely picturebook read by Ella Bailey who has gone on to produce even better work The story is simple as we follow a little girl around her house solving the reason why things go missing Unlike most of her peers, she does not believe in the supernatural so blames the mysterious happenings on her family and pets The draw for the younger reader though is the beautiful illustrations and the cheeky little ghosts hidden on each page causing mischief of one kind and another The only reason I did not rate this higher is the narrative Bailey has kept a rhyming refrain up throughout but the rhythm and pace doesn t work for me However what we have here is a great illustrator and storyteller who is going to go on to great things. Really gorgeous illustrations and charming story Great for Halloween.