The Ghost in the Big Brass Bed Audiobook (Unabridged)

The Ghost in the Big Brass Bed (Unabridged), by Bruce Coville
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Sixth-grader Nina Tanleven knows that old Mrs. Watson's spike-roofed, dark green house is haunted. She feels the ghost as soon as she walks toward the faded porch. But when Nina climbs the stairs to look for an antique wardrobe in the tower room, she has to wonder what else the spooky mansion is hiding. Soon Nina is in the company of a ghostly crying child, a long-dead artist, and a gruesome, hypnotic painting. To break the dark spell surrounding the house, she will have to join forces with these shadowy spirits.

Bruce Coville is the author of dozens of books for young listeners. He has been a storyteller, teacher, and actor. It was his love for the theater that led him to write his first book about Nina Tanleven, The Ghost in the Third Row. The feisty Nina, his favorite ghostbuster, is sure to become yours, too.

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About the Author

Author Bruce CovilleBruce Coville, author of the popular titles Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher, Song of the Wanderer and The Monster's Ring: A Magic Shop Book, is a fantastic Kids & Young Adults writer, with 20 audiobooks from the Kids & Young Adults genre available in our inventory. Though the Unabridged version of Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher, read by narrator Bruce Coville, is the bestselling, we also feature his older books including I Was a Sixth Grade Alien, which was added to our catalog in 2000, making it the oldest title we carry by Coville. Additionally, the latest release from Bruce Coville, Fortune's Journey, is also available in the selection of Kids & Young Adults books. From the 20 audiobooks available, customers will find over 72 hours of audio available for hours of listening pleasure. Bruce Coville was born on January 1, 1951 in Dover, England, The United Kingdom. Find Coville's entire catalog on his author page here: Bruce Coville.