“Who Stole the Zmulobeast?”, a children’s detective story, coming for Christmas!

This is a book for kids who like to laugh while solving problems. If this description fits any kid you happen to know, “Who Stole the Zmulobeast” just might be the one for them. Be sure to stay tuned for book excerpts to be posted right here in coming months.

When I first began writing “The Mayonnaise Murders” nearly 20 years ago, it was on assignment from a friend of mine, John Leddo, CEO of Education Online, who wanted me to write a detective story for kids. The idea was to create an entertaining and humorous storyline that would engage young kids while simultaneously, and somewhat subversively, teaching them about math and science at the same time. John and his team liked the first few chapters but thought that maybe, well, it was a bit too advanced for younger readers. Probably had something to do with the illegal drugs and the aging rock star found dead face-first in a pork sandwich.


So I put the Mayonnaise Murders aside and went to work on “Who Stole the Zmulobeast?” I think this time I got it right, and Spike, the talking dog who narrates the tale, would certainly agree.

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