CARMEN DIVES IN
Aspiring reporter Carmen Bernstein receives a mysterious message that seems completely silly but turns into a challenge that brings her closer to Riley, her new and perfect cheerleading stepsister. Book 2 in the Star Sisterz series
Ages 8 and up.
Mirrorstone/Wizards of the Coast, 2005, ISBN 978-0786937141
CARMEN DIVES IN is exactly what a series read should be — fun and fast-paced with an important underlying message: only by facing your fears can you overcome them.” – Kidsreads.com review
CARMEN’S CRYSTAL BALL
Carmen has a nose for news and a heart for animals. When she finds an old crystal, Carmen begins a journey that could change the fate of her four-legged friends. Book 7 in the Star Sisterz series.
Ages 8 and up.
Mirrorstone/Wizards of the Coast, 2006, ISBN 978-0786940295
CARMEN’S CRYSTAL BALL is another sweet, zesty story in the Star Sisterz series.” — Kidsreads.com review
I CAN BOWL!
by Linda Johns, illustrated by Jim Caputo
Rookie Reader / Grolier / Scholastic, 2003
A bouncy, rhyming romp starring a young boy showing off his moves while bumper bowling.
TO PEE OR NOT TO PEE
by Linda Johns, illustrated by Dana Regan
It’s a timeless question! Follow the adventures of a toddler named Will as he poses the question: To Pee or Not to Pee? – and finds inventive uses for his shiny new potty seat. (1998)
Johns’s first book for children introduces a spunky heroine … [a] breezily written tale …” — Publishers Weekly
SARAH’S SECRET PLAN
by Linda Johns, illustrated by Denise Brunkus
Sarah’s parents are always late, but she has the best idea in the history of kids – and now everything should run on time in her house. Adorable, funny illustrations by Denise Brunkus, illustrator of the Junie B. Jones series. (1995)
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I have a copy of “Elm River Airport”, acquired from the estate of the illustrator, George Cheney. It is not in print, and appears to have been edited into almost non-existence, omitting any reference to Henry’s father or the Osaka connection. I would be very interested to know what you think about this. Thanks,