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    Fiction For Ages 5-8

    Fletcher Mysteries and Something Queer Mysteries 

    These humorous mysteries starring Gwen, Jill and their beloved fat dog Fletcher have enthralled readers for over thirty years. Illustrated by Caldecott Winner Mordicai Gerstein, they have been hailed as "boundary breakers" and "Just too much fun to miss." They have been picked five times as Book of the Month Club Main Selections for Children.


    Fletcher Mysteries

    A Hare-Raising Tail, Simon and Shuster,2002

    The Principal’s On the Roof, Simon and Shuster, 2002, Book-Of-The Month-Club, Main Selection, October, 2002

    The Mixed-Up Mask Mystery, Simon and Shuster, 2003

    The Mystery of Too Many Elvises, Simon and Shuster, 2003, Book-of-the-Month-Club Main Selection, September 2003

    The Cool Ghoul Mystery, Simon and Shuster, 2003


    Something Queer Mysteries 

    Something Queer in the Wild West, Hyperion Press, 1997

    Something Queer at the Scary Movie, Hyperion Press, 1995

    Something Queer at the Cafeteria , Hyperion Press, 1994. (Book of the Month Club Main Selection, December 1994)

    Something Queer in Outer Space, Hyperion Press, 1993

    Something Queer at the Birthday Party, 1989

    Something Queer in Rock'N Roll, Delacorte, 1987

    Something Queer at the Haunted School, Delacorte, 1982, Dell Paperback

    Something Queer on Vacation, , Delacorte, 1980, Dell Paperback

    Something Queer at the Library , Delacorte, 1977, Dell Paperback. (Xerox Book Club)

    Something Queer at the Ballpark, Delacorte, 1975, Dell Paperback. (Junior Literary Club)

    Something Queer is Going On , Delacorte, 1973, Dell Paperback. (My Weekly Reader Book Club Selection, Children's Choice)


    Sam and Robert Bamford Monster Books

    In each book, brothers Sam and Robert try to scare or tease each other, but their imaginations run wild until they begin believing their own tall tales. Now half scared, half thrilled, in order to protect each other, they end up unraveling the secrets behind every day events. "These chapter books have just the right combinations of chuckles and chills for young readers looking for ?a scary one." - School Library Journal. "A gerbil zombie, Dracula, Frankenstein, vampires...Sam, his little brother Robert, and their cousin Mabel have seen it all! Or have they? These spooky chapter books also have serious lessons about friendship and family." -Book of the Month Club.

    Dracula is a Pain in the NeckNight of the Living Gerbil, Harper Trophy, 2003

    Vampire State Building, Harper Collins, 2002

    Wolfman Sam, HarperCollins, 1996

    Gorgonzola Zombies in the Park, HarperCollins, 1993. (Book of the Month Club Selection, October 1994)

    Dracula Is a Pain in the Neck, Harper & Row, 1983, Harper Trophy Paperback. (Xerox Book Club)

    Frankenstein Moved in on the Fourth Floor,Harper & Row, 1979, Harper Trophy Paperback. (My Weekly Reader Book Club, Book of the Month Club Selection, January, 1988)


    Invisible Inc. Mysteries

    An invisible boy, otherwise perfectly normal, his best friend with a hearing loss and able to read lips and a bossy but brave girl together form a detective agency. They call themselves Invisible Inc. "Good messages abound and kindness and sensitively abound in (these stories) that are laced with elementary age humor." -Associated Press

    The Schoolyard MysteryParents’ Night Fright, Scholastic, 1998

    The Karate Class Mystery, Scholastic, 1996

    The Creepy Computer Mystery, Scholastic, 1996

    The Snack Attack Mystery, Scholastic, 1995

    The Mystery of the Missing Dog, Scholastic, 1995

    The School Yard Mystery, Scholastic, 1994


    Other Chapter Books/Picture Books

    Big Trouble in Little TwinsvilleTake Two, They’re Small, They're Small, Harper Collins, 2002

    Big Trouble in Little Twinsville, Harper Collins, 2001

    Third-Grade Bullies, Hyperion Press, 1998

    Keep Ms. Sugarman in the Fourth Grade, HarperCollins, 1992. (Nominated for the Florida Sunshine State Award, Best Book of 1992, New Mexico, Land of Enchantment Award, Nevada Award, Charlie May Simon Honor Book Awards, Arkansas, 1992 Children?s Choice Award - 1993 - Great American Book Club Selection)

    Cleo and the Coyote, HarperCollins, 1996. Children's Choice, 1996

    The Shadow Nose, William Morrow, 1983, Scholastic Paperback

    Nice Little Girls, Delacorte, 1974


    Brian and Pea Brain Mysteries

    A Mammoth Mix-Up, HarperCollins, 1995

    School Spirit Sabotage, HarperCollins, 1994

    Rude Rowdy Rumors, HarperCollins, 1994


    Magic Mysteries

    The Case of the Dummy With Cold Eyes, Simon & Schuster, 1991

    The Case of the Tattletale Heart, Simon & Schuster, 1990

    The Case of the Mind-Reading Mommies, Simon & Schuster, 1989

    The Case of the Gobbling Squash, Simon & Schuster, 1988


    Fiction For Ages 8-12

    Amber Brown Is Tickled Pink

    Pirates and Parrots

    Danger and Diamonds


    Tackling Dad, Harper Collins, 2005 Levy provides depth to this story as both the protagonist and her father develop: she finds a place within his new family and he realizes how to support and nurture his relationship with his daughter. - School Library Journal

    Seventh-Grade Tango, Hyperion Press, 2000 (ABA Pick of the Lists, Scholastic Book Club)

    My Life as a Fifth-Grade Comedian, HarperCollins, 1997
    "The fine line that divides comedy from bitterness and teasing from harassment is poignantly explored: we laugh in order not to cry." - Publisher's Weekly (Hundred Best Books/New York Public Library, Junior Literary Guild Book Club, Scholastic Book Club 2000, Virginia State Award Nominee)

    Cheater, Cheater, Scholastic, 1993. (Junior Literary Selection)

    The Computer that Said Steal Me, Four Winds Press, 1983, Scholastic Paperback

    Running Out of Magic with Houdini, A.A. Knopf, 1981

    Running Out of Time, A.A. Knopf, 1980

    The Tryouts, Four Winds Press, 1979

    Lizzie Lies A Lot, Delacorte, 1976, Dell Paperback. (Children's Choice)



    #12 Out of Control

    #13 First Date

    #14 World Class Gymnast

    #15 Nasty Competition

    #16 Fear of Falling

    #17 Gymnast Commandos

    #18 New Coach

    #19 Tough at the Top

    #20 The Gymnasts' Gift

    #21 Team Trouble

    #22 Go For the Gold


    Young Adult Fiction


    The Drowned, Hyperion, 1995

    Cold As Ice, Avon, 1989

    All Shook Up, Scholastic, 1986

    Night of Nights, Ballantine, 1984

    The Dani Trap, William Morrow, 1984, Avon Paperback

    Double Standard, Avon, 1984

    Come Out Smiling, Delacorte, 1981


    Jody and Jake Mysteries, Pocket Books

    The Case of the Mile High Race, 1982, England, Hodder & Stoughton

    The Case of the Wild River Ride, 1981

    The Case of the Fired-Up Gang, 1981

    The Case of the Counterfeit Race Horse, 1980

    The Case of the Frightened Rock Star, 1980



    America's Horrible Histories

    Who Are You Calling a Woolly Mammoth? Prehistoric America, Prehistoric America, Scholastic, 2001

    Awesome Ancient Ancestors! Mound Builders, Maya, and More, Scholastic, 2001

    Are We There Yet? Europeans Meet the Americans, Scholastic, 2001

    Cranky Colonials, Scholastic, 2001



    Other Non-fiction

    If You Where There When They Signed the Constitution, Scholastic, 1987 "...written in a brisk and catchy style...summarizing complex situations and ideas simply and accurately. - New York Times. (Book of the Month Club Children's Selection)

    Elephants in the Living Room, Bears in the Canoe, (Co-Authors, Earl and Liz Hammond), Delacorte, 1977. (Readers Digest Condensed Book) Struggle and Lose, Struggle and Win: The United Mine Workers Story, (Co- Author, Tad Richards) Four Winds Press, 1977. (ALA Notable, New York Times Outstanding Young Adult Books, 1977)

    Struggle and Lose, Struggle and Win: The United Mine Workers Story, (Co- Author, Tad Richards) Four Winds Press, 1977. (ALA Notable, New York Times Outstanding Young Adult Books, 1977)

    Before You Were Three, (Co-Author, Robie Harris), Delacorte, 1977, Delacorte Paperback. (Alternate Book of the Month Club Selection)

    By-Lines: Profiles in Investigative Journalism, Four Winds Press, 1975, Scholastic Paperback

    The People Lobby: The SST Story, Delacorte, 1973


    For the People

    Politicians for the People, Delacorte, 1979

    Lawyers for the People, A.A. Knopf, 1974, Dell Paperback

    Doctors for the People, Co-author Mara Miller, A.A. Knopf, 1977, Dell Paperback



    Chapter Books/Novels

    The Bride: Movie Storybook, Random House, 1985

    A Different Twist, Scholastic, 1984

    Father Murphy's First Miracle, Random House, 1983

    Return of the Jedi, Random House, 1983

    Marco Polo, Random House, 1982


    Bill Cosby's Fat Albert

    The Shuttered Window, Delacorte, 1981

    Mister Big Time, Delacorte, 1981

    Take Two, They're Small, Delacorte, 1981

    Spare the Rod, Delacorte, 1981

    Mom or Pop, Delacorte, 1981

    The Runt, Delacorte, 1981