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To earn his Ghosthunting Diploma, Tom's got to nab a deadly 12th Messenger. But while on the hunt in the haunted town of Bogpool, Tom stumbles into the mucked-up lair of a mud-loving minotaur who has an entire army of ghosts at his command. Suddenly there's a lot more at stake than Tom's graduation. This raging beast is dead-set on doomsday. And that's no bull!
Get scared silly! Check out other creepy adventures in the Ghosthunters series.
Original text ©1995 Loewe Verlag. English translation by Helena Ragg-Kirby. ©2007 Cornelia Funke; (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Listening Librarty, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group

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Great book for a long car ride!

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Ghosthunters and the Muddy Monster of Doom is the fourth book in Cornelia Funke’s Ghosthunters series. The Audible version helped make a long car ride with a nine-year old go more quickly and smoothly. Cornelia Funke is a great children’s author and this series is perfect for seven to ten-year old Ghostbusters fans. There is just enough suspense to keep that age group totally engaged. There is also enough humor to keep adults happy. In this adventure, eleven-year old Tom is working on the final exam for his Ghosthunting Diploma. The exam turns out to be much harder than he or his partners, Hetty Hyssop and Hugo, the ASG (Averagely Spooky Ghost), ever imagined. The audiobook is a really good listen, and I’m sure it would also be a great read.