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Publisher's Summary

Arthur Roth is a lonely sixth-grader with a head full of big ideas and a gift for getting the hell kicked out of him. It's hard to make friends when you're the only inflatable boy in town.
Listen to more stories from 20th Century Ghosts, or download the complete collection.
©2005, 2007 Joe Hill (P)2007 HarperCollins Publishers

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"Most of the stories display the unself-conscious dash that made Hill's novel an intelligent pleasure....Not just for ghost addicts." ( Kirkus Reviews)

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GREAT

One of the best stories I've ever read or listened to. It shows the kindness of the human spirit. Whether inflated or not!

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Interesting, original and surreal!

Joe Hill's stories are very good. They hold your attention and keep you wanting more.

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ive always loved this book

I love this book so much that I used to read it every night then I got a signed copy from joe hill adressed to me!