The spook house The spook house Archaeology by Nonhlanhla Dlamini
  

The spook house The spook house Archaeology

Written by Nonhlanhla Dlamini
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Part of the Rainbow Reading Archeology Series

Synopsis

The spook house The spook house Archaeology by Nonhlanhla Dlamini

A group of children from a small village break a rule and cross over to the other side of the river. There, in the forest, they find the ruins of an old stone house, which they think may be haunted. This is the spook house of the title. They decide to search the house for treasure. They find all kinds of old things. Nomalitha, the leader of the group, takes back the remains of a necklace and makes herself a new necklace. But her sharp Gogo notices the beads immediately and demands to know where they came from. Nomalitha tells the truth, and Gogo calls the museum staff to come and investigate the old house. The museum staff make a display about the old farmhouse and the children go to see it.

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Format

Paperback
24 pages

Author

Nonhlanhla Dlamini
More books by Nonhlanhla Dlamini

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

26th February 2009

ISBN

9780521758680


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