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Bertie was the smallest Boggin in a house full of Bogginses. He was smaller than Max, smaller than Elsie, smaller even than the dog, Tojo. Max and Elsie despised him, and if they ever agreed to play with him, Bertie was all too likely to end up as the Cannibals’ dinner. So he was pleased when he found the Ghost in the coalshed, particularly when the Ghost promised to be his Best Friend....

A funny and entertaining story about a little boy and his phantom friend, from acclaimed author Catherine Sefton.

©1980 Catherine Sefton (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • 05-02-17

A great book for all ages

What made the experience of listening to The Ghost and Bertie Boggin the most enjoyable?

I remember reading this as a child and loving it and now my 5 year old son loves it too. Its a great story that girls and perhaps particularly boys will love about how the youngest in a family befriends a slightly curmudgeonly ghost.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Ghost and Bertie Boggin?

There are loads, tojo and the ghost, the brandyballs, halloween and Christmas at the boggin's house.

Which character – as performed by Judy Bennett – was your favourite?

My son found her tojo the dog hillarious

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It reminded me of happy memories of family life growing up.