From Thomas' love poetry to Fanny's rules of etiquette, dive deeper into the wonderful, warm-hearted world of the hit BBC sitcom Ghosts courtesy of this side-splitting literary spin-off.
The comic companion to the BBC sitcom GHOSTS, perfect for all the family.
Everybody leaves a trace. The ghosts of Button House may have been dead a long time - some of them a very long time - but they have all left their mark on the world (even if, in Robin's case, that mark is just a handprint on the wall of a cave).
Gathered together in this volume is a treasure trove of unearthed cuttings, original records and rare artefacts that explore the unseen lives of those who died at Button House: from Thomas's love letters to Pat's 'Summer Camp Rap', and from Julian's campaign promises to Lady Button's Rules of Etiquette. There are even documents dictated to the one person who can see and hear the ghosts: Alison Cooper.
Written by the show's creators - Mathew Baynton, Simon Farnaby, Martha Howe-Douglas, Jim Howick, Laurence Rickard and Ben Willbond - this eclectic archive is a unique chance to discover more about the beloved ghosts of Button House. Thank be to Moonah! A book for all the family, it is as warm-spirited and deliriously daft as the series itself.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
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I really enjoyed this look at the inhabitants of Button House, even if it is a little sad the series is coming to an end. Written by the authors of the show this really captures the various characters voices.... More
“Not a book, but a guide to unaired episodes！”
Thanks to the entire crew of the Six Idiots and all the creators of this book for delivering a gift that allows me to cherish all the heartwarming memories of Button House at any time. As a non-native English speaker... More
This book is perfectly for all Ghosts fans and people who have just found it. I find it wonderful that you don’t even have to know a lot about the show and you can still enjoy it. The show is incredible alone but the... More
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