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Reading Ladder Level 3: The Football Ghosts

by Malachy Doyle (author) and Garry Parsons (illustrator)

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Part of a fantastic series that gets young readers reaching higher. Want to be on top? Climb the Reading Ladder! Seamus loves two things – United and ghosts. So when he hears of ghosts playing football in the spooky old castle on the hill, he’s up there in a flash! (Well, as quickly as he can go with his scaredy-ba Granda in tow.) Once they get into the castle, Seamus finds two phantom teams kicking a ball around. They’re the 1948 United and Rovers cup final teams, doomed to play on until they hear the final whistle. And guess what Seamus has in his pocket? But first, he’d like to join the game…

  • A witty full-colour chapter book for newly fluent readers
  • Stimulating young reading by popular author Malachy Doyle
  • Part of a popular series designed to build early literacy
  • A great way to boost confidence, enthusiasm and stamina

Product Details


Reading Ladder Level 3


Format, Paperback




Reading Ladder

Date published

April 7th, 2016

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  • 48 pages


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