Ghosts on the Coast: A Visit to Savannah and the Low Country by Jane R. Wood

by Jane R. Wood
(Jacksonville, Florida)

As the author of this book, I have to say this was the most fun to research and write. What's not to like about Savannah, Charleston and Pawleys Island, South Carolina? And when you throw in a few ghost stories, it gets even better. Young readers won't know they're learning some history when they read this book; they'll only know they're having fun as they follow Joey, Bobby and Katy on their latest adventure.

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