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Melissa's ghost / Michael Dugan ; illustrations by Elizabeth Honey
Bib ID 460363
Format BookBook
Author
Dugan, Michael, 1947-2006
 
Description Melbourne : J.M. Dent, 1986 
102 p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0867700378
Summary

Soon after moving to the country with her parents, Melissa is visited by the ghost of the son of the previous owners of the land who warns her that the well is an unreliable source of water.

Notes

For children.

Subjects Country life -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Dowsing -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Problem solving -- Juvenile fiction.
Form/genre Children's stories, Australian.  |  Ghost stories.
Other authors/contributors Honey, Elizabeth, 1947-

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