More books by Linda

Carmen's Crystal Ball by Linda Johns


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.” – review


CARMEN’S CRYSTAL BALLCarmen'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.” — review


I can bowl! by Linda JohnsI 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 PeeTO 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)

One thought on “More books by Linda

  1. 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,
    Larry Tyler

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