Grandma You're Dead!

Grandma You re Dead When Deena sees her grandmother she is not at all happy In fact she is terrified because her grandmother has been dead for several years and Deena is scared of ghosts But her grandmother needs help

  • Title: Grandma You're Dead!
  • Author: Sharon O. Tai
  • ISBN: 9780747550310
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Deena sees her grandmother she is not at all happy In fact, she is terrified, because her grandmother has been dead for several years and Deena is scared of ghosts But her grandmother needs help and she has no one else to call on but her beloved Granddaughter Soon Deena is involved in settling a marital feud that has carried on beyond the grave and she has to use aWhen Deena sees her grandmother she is not at all happy In fact, she is terrified, because her grandmother has been dead for several years and Deena is scared of ghosts But her grandmother needs help and she has no one else to call on but her beloved Granddaughter Soon Deena is involved in settling a marital feud that has carried on beyond the grave and she has to use all her inventiveness and intelligence to get it just right.

    One thought on “Grandma You're Dead!”

    1. I think that although there was not much going on, I still liked it because of the nice ending. Otherwise, it's not a very good book and I probably wouldn't read it again!

    2. We meet Deena Doon, a 13-year-old girl who lives in Jamaica, West Indies. Deena lives with her mother and her brother, Peter, who is the bane of her existence. (He calls her Stinkin’ Toe.) Deena lived a typical, if not idyllic childhood. That is, until Deena’s maternal grandmother shows up. The visit would not have been so unusual if her grandmother had not been buried two years earlier.Deena’s reaction to her grandmother’s ghost borders on the comical. The author of Grandma You’re Dea [...]

    3. The book was too ridiculous to enjoy I mean, I didn't even feel like it had a nice ending. It just felt like the author went, "hey it's about time to end the story, so let's just make some silly rules for ghosts and make them do something 'dramatic'".I didn't like how there was little to no morals or values shared with the readers when it's supposed to be a children's book. Nothing really strong about love, forgiveness was very abruptly done, families didn't really reconcile or anything like tha [...]

    4. A very enjoyable, funny and original ghost story. Received an Askew's Children's Books Award. This book was used in Coca-Cola's Valued Youth Program to encourage reading in 8-12 year olds.

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