Poor Georgia! her headphones, dolls, crayons and even her broom keep going missing! On every page, Georgia finds some innocent party to blame: the cat, the dog, a bird, even a spider! And when they protest that the items were taken away by ghosts, sensible Georgia insists that there's no such thing as ghosts.
No Such Thing is spooky without ever being scary — just the right kind of silly ghost-story for the run-up to Hallowe'en. Artist/author Ella Bailey has done a wonderful job of telling a story with pictures and words, and there are delightful visual flourishes on every page, conveying the full flavor of Georgia's increasing insistence that there must be a rational explanation for all these things.
By the final page, where all the ghosts make an appearance, we're delighted to see them out in the open, so that Georgia can join in the ghoulish festivities.