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Ghost Girl: The True Story of a Child in Peril and the Teacher Who Saved Her Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Torey Hayden
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Topics for Discussion

Do you think June Harriman's suicide was related in any way to her work with Jadie?

Consider Jeremiah's statement in chapter fourteen that while Jadie was quiet, she appeared normal, but once she started talking she appeared to be crazy like the rest of them. What does this statement reveal about Jeremiah? About Jadie?

Why is it so important to Jadie that Torey be God? Explain your answer and defend your answer with examples from the book.

Briefly research Wicca and Satanism. Compare and contrast the two sets of beliefs.

Do you believe Tashee was a real girl? Do you believe she was really killed by the group that abused Jadie and her sisters? Why or why not?

Had you been in Torey's situation, how might you have responded to Jadie's cry for help? Do you believe her way of handling the situation was the best? Why...

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