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The Missing Moose Mystery (Ghost Twins) Turtleback – March, 1995

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Book 4 of 8 in the Ghost Twins Series

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Product Details

  • Series: Ghost Twins
  • Turtleback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: Demco Media (March 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0606078762
  • ISBN-13: 978-0606078764
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,221,432 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dian Curtis Regan is the author of 60 books for young readers, ranging from picture books to novels for teens. Popular titles include Princess Nevermore, Monster of the Month Club, The World According to Kaley, and Barnyard Slam.

She is a former "Member of the Year" of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, has been inducted into the Oklahoma Professional Writers' Hall of Fame, and has received a "Distinguished Medal of Service in Children's Literature" from the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers. Also, a library in South America has been named after her.

Dian graduated from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and taught school in Denver. She is a frequent speaker at writing conferences and schools.

A native of Colorado, she has also lived in Texas, Oklahoma, Venezuela, and Kansas. In 2012, she moved home to Colorado.

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Dian Curtis Regan's books are a series of ghost stories with a twist: the protagonists are the ghosts. Robbie and Rebeka Zuffel, along with Thatch their St Bernard, were out boating on Kickingbird Lake in 1942 when their canoe capsized and they all drowned. Since then they've been haunting the lake resort of Juniper.

It's not so bad though – they have each other for company and the family house to themselves. But that all changes when the old Zuffel house is renovated into a vacation home, and the twins find themselves sharing their home with tourists. Each book in the series deals with the ghosts attempting to frighten their house-guests, though more often than not they become intrigued with the interests and goals of their 20st century peers.

In "The Missing Moose Mystery", the house is rented by the artist Nell Makanda and her grand-daughter Jamie. Though Nell's paintings are renowned the world over, she's now effectively blind, and has come to the Zuffel house in secret to restore her eyesight after an operation. Jamie becomes intrigued by the story of the missing moose statue that used to stand in the town square, and after her grandmother starts painting scenes of Juniper, Jamie and the ghosts notice that there seem to be obscure clues within the paintings.

Rebeka comes to believe that a fourth ghost is at work – the spirit of whoever stole the statue in the first place is channelling his power through Nell and providing clues to the location of the missing moose.

It's an interesting premise, though if there's one glaring problem to the story, it's that after the twins come to the conclusion that a fourth ghost is on the loose, we never actually learn anything more about it. Who was he? Why did he steal the statue?
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By A Customer on April 8, 2000
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Ghost Twins is one of the best series on the market for children. They present children with entertainment as well as knowledge. The morals in the story are also helpful for teaching kids. This is a wonderful book continuing the adventures of robbie and Rebeka (and their ghost-dog Thatch).
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Went with rest. Was not messed up like so I put with the rest.
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