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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dani and the Haunted House (A Dani P. Mystery) (Volume 1) by K. Lamb is a mystery story that kids will enjoy reading. Dani knows that there is something mysterious lurking around the haunted house in Shady Hollow and she is going to solve it. She knows there is something or rather someone in that place and she wants to find out more about it. She also wants to prove that there is no age limit for solving mysteries. She teams up with her best friend, Chloe Marshall, and takes a step toward unearthing the secrets behind the walls that protect the haunted house. Will these two girls be successful in their mission? Will they be able to find out the secrets hidden in the haunted house?
Which kid doesn't like to read about haunted houses and mysteries? Children will definitely find the book entertaining with its cute mysteries and twists and turns. The friendship between the two girls and their different personalities add more vigor to the plot and their realistic portrayal lends credibility to the events. There is mystery, spookiness and humor in the plot. The illustrations give an identity to the girls and make the scenes come alive. The interactive questions at the end of the story will interest kids. It is an excellent way to refresh what they have read. It is a good book for children and perfect to be kept in school libraries. The plot is intelligent and creative and makes for a fun read.