Books by E.M. Goldman

SHRINKING PAINS by E.M. Goldman
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 1, 1996

"Goldman (Getting Lincoln's Goat, 1995, etc.) offers a fast read, but not a very interesting one. (Fiction. 10-14)"
Best friends Doug and Milo, both 12, along with Doug's worldly cousin Cassandra, 14, discover a fountain of youth; the water halves the age of whomever drinks it, but only for three hours. Read full book review >
GETTING LINCOLN'S GOAT by E.M. Goldman
FICTION
Released: April 1, 1995

"Goldman (Money to Burn, 1994, etc.) has a snappy, comic style, dead-on for the genre; with a suspenseful plot, totally credible and fun characters, and enough romance to oil the works, this novel is simply a hoot. (Fiction. 10+)"
This comic mystery introduces a refreshing teen detective, Elliot Armbruster, a slightly nerdy 15-year-old who longs to be like his TV hero, Dangerous Dan McGrew. Read full book review >
THE NIGHT ROOM by E.M. Goldman
FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 1995

"Goldman is a rare writer who can present the story from the point-of-view of either gender; as a result, this novel will reach deep inside readers' own hopes and dreams. (Fiction. 12+)"
In a bizarre premise, seven high-school juniors take part in an experiment with virtual reality: a simulation of their ten-year reunion. Read full book review >
MONEY TO BURN by E.M. Goldman
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 1, 1994

"Goldman keeps to her premise, makes her point without hitting readers over the head with it, and turns in a pair of well-developed main characters involved in a nice mix of suspense and humor. (Fiction. 10-14)"
Their summer vacation is a boring bummer and 14-year-olds Matt and Lewis are broke to boot—until they find $400,000 in an old suitcase believed to have belonged to a dead drug dealer. Read full book review >