Author(s): Elaine Bickell
'I've lost my boo! I've lost my boo! Where has it gone? What will I do?'
Little Ghost has lost her boo, but she is determined to get it back, so she heads out to look for it. On her night-time hunt she meets a number of her friends, Owl, Pigeon, Rooster and Cow, and asks each of them if they've heard her boo. None of them have but they are all very kind and offer Little Ghost their own sound instead. But none are as good as her own scary boo so she keeps on looking. In the end, it's the reader who finds it for her!
Little Ghost has lost her boo and flies off to look for it. On her night-time hunt she meets her friends — Owl, Pigeon, Rooster and Cow — who are very helpful and offer their Whoo, Coo, Cockle-a-doodle-doo and Moo. But none of the sounds is as good as her own.
Winner of the 2018 Joy Cowley Award, this cute rhyming story, with themes of self-belief and perseverance, is great to read aloud and will delight children aged 3 to 6 years.