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Gus Loved His Happy Home

By (author) Jane Thayer
Illustrated by Seymour Fleishman
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Shoe String Press Inc.,U.S., North Haven, United States
Published: 1st Jan 1989
Dimensions: w 197mm h 254mm d 11mm
Weight: 340g
Interest age: Under 6-8
Reading age: 6-8
ISBN-10: 020802249X
ISBN-13: 9780208022493
Barcode No: 9780208022493

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Kirkus US
Since Gus first appeared in Gus Was a Friendly Ghost (1962), he's been a popular Halloween character, though most of the books about him are now o.p. Fans may welcome this latest addition; the undemanding text is easily read while the sprightly illustrations feature the cute little spirit dressed unalarmingly in a patterned sheet. As in the other books, the plot here is slight: Gus now lives in the attic of a museum, which he is supposed to keep clean during the curator's winter vacation. Instead, Gus goes off on other rather mild adventures, but does come home in time to prepare for the curator's return. Most annoying to the logical-minded reader will be Gus's oddly mixed qualities: he's weightless, but is able to swim and dive and to sprain his ankle and burn his fingers. Forgettable. (Kirkus Reviews)