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Nina's phantom friend / written and illustrated by Andy Conlan.

By: Conlan, Andy.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Mangawhai, New Zealand : Duck Creek Press, imprint of David Ling Publishing Limited ; 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 volumed (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781927305324.Other title: Ninas phantom friend.Subject(s): Human-animal relationships -- Juvenile fiction | Grief -- Juvenile fictionSummary: ""I will never forget you, Masaccio, my best and only friend.' A lonely young girl called Nina writes these words after her pet cat, Masaccio disappears. When he comes back to her as a ghost, she finds out that he needs her help. His remains are lost somewhere in a very strange place, so the girl must follow the ghost on a journey to bring him home"-- Back cover.
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I will never forget you, Masaccio, my best and only friend.' A young lonely girl called Nina writes these words after her pet cat, Masaccio, disappears. When he comes back to her as a ghost, she finds out that he needs her help. His remains are lost in a very strange place, so she must follow the ghost on a journey to bring him home. This is a beautifully illustrated, touching, but spooky and fun, tale about the enduring bond between us and our animal friends.

""I will never forget you, Masaccio, my best and only friend.' A lonely young girl called Nina writes these words after her pet cat, Masaccio disappears. When he comes back to her as a ghost, she finds out that he needs her help. His remains are lost somewhere in a very strange place, so the girl must follow the ghost on a journey to bring him home"-- Back cover.