Because his sister is on the way, Roosevelt Banks has to give up his room and sleep in the attic, which he is convinced is haunted because to the noises he hears coming from up there.

Roosevelt, with the help of Tommy, Josh, and Eddie Spaghetti, must summon the strength to vanquish the scariest, most massive ghosts ever and transform the Attic of Doom into a Room with a View after his plan to move into a fort in the woods fails and a ghost-busting exercise goes horribly wrong.

Book Details

  • Title: Roosevelt Banks and the Attic of Doom
  • Author: Laurie Calkhoven
  • Genre: Children’s
  • Publication Date: February 1, 2022
  • ISBN or ASIN: 1947159704
  • Number of Pages: 176
  • Minimum Audience Age: 7

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One thought on “Featured Book: “Roosevelt Banks and the Attic of Doom” by Laurie Calkhoven”
  1. Oh, how I would’ve loved this as a kid! I had (I still have) a love-hate relationship with everything scary, and this seems like a fantastic adventure.