Posted by: Robin Koontz | January 9, 2010

New books released, January 2010!

It’s finally time to blog because I have something to blog about! My new early reader series  was released on January 1, 2010: Furlock & Muttson Mysteries! Here’s a clip from the publisher’s description, as they know how to tell it right:

“Furlock and Muttson are on the case! The furry detectives provide early readers entertaining, easy-to-follow mysteries in the Short Tales Furlock & Muttson Mysteries. Large type, whimsical illustrations, and repeated phrases will make these Short Tales popular with your students. Short Tales is an imprint of Magic Wagon, a division of ABDO Group. Grades 2-6.”

There are six books in the series which I both wrote and illustrated (using Corel Painter on my awesome Mac).  All are available at the usual places. If you order from Amazon, please go through http://www.underdown.org first, as sales help to support his amazing, helpful website. And hey, to those of you who are struggling to get your children’s book/s published, to note, this series was passed around for about five years. It can often take that long, or longer!


Responses

  1. I can’t wait to see these! And your story is an inspiration to us all. Toot away.

  2. Cool blog design. I used something someone else built @ WrenWrath.

  3. Hey Robin, You know you have to blow your own horn. Actually no one else will–germs you know and all that. lol This series looks darling and I am extremely happy for you!! Way to Go!

  4. This series sounds really neat. Odessa is showing signs of being interested in books. Will have to have this one for her library. Annie

  5. Yay! Congratulations.


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