Gaspar, the lactose-intolerant ghost, goes to the park with his friend Hayden to fly kites. They see a sad, young girl named Amelia, who can’t get her kite airborne. After several failed attempts by Hayden to help her, Gaspar, with the aid of some cheese sticks, devises a clever way to lift up and sail the kite through the air.
About the Author:
Teresa Burrell has worked with children all her life. As a child advocate, she practiced juvenile law for twelve years. Prior to that, she was an elementary school teacher. Burrell lives in San Diego, where she has been writing fiction for ten years. Her legal suspense novels have hit bestseller lists in both the U.S. and Australia. This is her first children’s book. She wrote it for her nieces and nephews, of which she has over one hundred. (That includes her great and great-great nieces and nephews.)
About the Illustrator:
Former street artist turned professional, Zachary “Z10” Settle is a painter, illustrator, designer, and student nonetheless.
Zachary Settle lives in Boise, Idaho.
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