Ruff vs. Fluff (A Queenie and Arthur Novel)
New York Times bestseller Spencer Quinn returns with a laugh-out-loud series about the most epic rivalry of our time . . . Arthur the dog vs. Queenie the cat.
From the outside, Queenie the cat and Arthur the dog appear to have a lot in common. Both pets live in the charming Blackberry Hill inn. They both love their humans, twins Harmony and Bro. They both have a fondness for sausage.
But that doesn't change the fact that they are mortal enemies.
Goofy, big-hearted Arthur loves everyone he's ever met . . . except the snobby, scheming cat who's devoted her life to ruining his.
Queenie is a bit choosier. And who can blame her? When you're brilliant AND exquisitely beautiful, you can't be expected to rub tails with commoners. Especially not slobbery dogs.
But when the twins' beloved cousin is framed for murder, Queenie and Arthur must work together to clear his name . . . something Queenie finds even more distasteful than inexpensive caviar. Can two enemies put aside their differences long enough to solve the mystery?More info →
This is the third book of the Bowser and Birdie series for younger readers.More info →
This is the second book of the Bowser and Birdie series for younger readers, coming out April 26, 2016. The death of Birdie's father may be a cold case, but Bowser can tell it's heating up fast. Someone is coming after Birdie and her family, and Bowser must be ready to protect them from anything. Even that awful cat.More info →
From New York Times bestselling author Peter Abrahams, and Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe Award-winning illustrator Frank Morrison, comes this playful picture book about a team of baseball-loving ducks hoping for that big home run. Ages 3-8.More info →
The Outlaws of Sherwood Street: Giving to the Poor
This is the second book in the Robbie Forester series for younger readers. Robbie Forester has learned the hard way that life isn’t fair. So have her friends Ashanti, Silas and Tut-Tut. But Robbie and her friends—who call themselves the Outlaws of Sherwood Street—want to change that.More info →
The Outlaws of Sherwood Street: Stealing from the Rich
This is the first book of Robbie Forester series for younger readers. Robbie Forester always knew life wasn't fair, but she never thought she could do anything about it. Until one day a powerful charm comes into her possession, a charm that guides her, her three friends, and her dog Pendleton on the path to justice. But the charm doesn't seem to understand that the path has gotten dangerous, and Robbie and her friends find themselves in a menacing world of thievery, arson, big yachts, and even bigger bank accounts. Will Robbie and her band of thieves end up in more trouble than they ever could have imagined?More info →
Down the Rabbit Hole
This is the first book of the Echo Falls series for younger readers, winner of the 2006 Agatha Award for Best Children’s/Young Adult Fiction. Welcome to Echo Falls. Home of a thousand secrets, where Ingrid Levin-Hill, super sleuth, never knows what will happen next.More info →
Into the Dark
This is the third book in the Echo Falls series for younger readers. In Echo Falls, secrets buried in the past don't always stay there. In the third book in the Agatha Award winning and national bestselling Echo Falls series, Ingrid embarks on her most harrowing adventure yet.More info →
Behind the Curtain
This is the second book in the Echo Falls series for younger readers, finalist for the 2007 Agatha Award for Best Children's/Young Adult Fiction. In this sequel to Down the Rabbit Hole a clever young girl learns that mysterious forces are at work in her town -- and exposing them could put her life in jeopardy.More info →
This is the first book of the Bowser and Birdie series for younger readers. It debuted at #13 on the New York Times Best Sellers List for Children's Middle Grade on May 17, 2015. Woof has been nominated for an Agatha Award in the best children’s/YA category (winner to be announced in April 2016). There is trouble brewing in the Louisiana swamp -- Bowser can smell it. Bowser is a very handsome and only slightly slobbery dog, and he can smell lots of things. Like bacon. And rawhide chews! And the sweat on humans when they're lying.More info →