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Zena Sutherland

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Blossom Culp … tells her own story [in Ghosts I Have Been], and she's completely convincing…. She gets involved in strange dramatic situations, becomes famous when her prescience is proven accurate, and takes it all in her stride. Some-how, in this melange of eccentric characters and dramatic, fantastic events, Peck instills in Blossom and her story a sturdy, lively believability.

Zena Sutherland, "New Titles for Children and Young People: 'Ghosts I Have Been'," in Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (reprinted by permission of The University of Chicago Press; © 1978 by the University of Chicago), Vol. 31, No. 7, March, 1978, p. 117.

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