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Review of ‘Leo: A Ghost Story’

In a story whose title will immediately thrill children and whose charms will keep their attention till the happy end, Mac Barnett and Christian Robinson explore an unusual friendship—between a ghost named Leo and a little girl.

“This is Leo. Most people cannot see him,” the book opens. “But you can.” This present-tense, second-person address…

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