Books by Jeremy Holmes

SECRETS OF THE DRAGON TOMB by Patrick Samphire
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 12, 2016

"A bit Tom Swift-meets-early Heinlein (though without most of the -isms of those dated classics), joyfully modernizing space pulp for a new audience. (Science fiction/steampunk. 10-12)"
What, ho! This classic boys' adventure on Mars has dastardly villains, dizzying feats of derring-do, and dragons. Read full book review >
GREAT BALL OF LIGHT by Evan Kuhlman
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 10, 2015

"Eerie and hopeful: family tragedy and reconciliation wrapped in a zombie encounter. (Fantasy. 10-14)"
When a lightning strike near the dead maple tree seems to produce a ball of lightning, Fiona and her twin are certain something extraordinary is at hand. Read full book review >
POEM-MOBILES by J. Patrick Lewis
CHILDREN'S
Released: Jan. 7, 2014

"Young readers will almost certainly be inspired to create their own wacky cars. (Picture book/poetry. 6-9)"
Limitless possibilities for future car designs are imagined in a collection of free-wheeling verses. Read full book review >
THE TEMPLETON TWINS MAKE A SCENE by Ellis Weiner
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 8, 2013

"Fans of wordplay will find much more to enjoy, especially with the return of the word-puzzle cryptics. (Fiction. 9-13)"
In this sequel to The Templeton Twins Have an Idea (2012), ingenious Abigail and John (though don't let the over-the-top narrator hear you use that descriptor unless you are referring to him) return for more hijinks and humor. Read full book review >
WHAT WE FOUND IN THE SOFA AND HOW IT SAVED THE WORLD by Henry Clark
CHILDREN'S
Released: July 2, 2013

"Puns and wordplay abound in this droll science-y/fantasy adventure that's sure to please...and is, one hopes, the first of many from Clark. (Humor. 9-14)"
Can a crayon save the world? Maybe with the help of a domino and a sofa…. Read full book review >
THE TEMPLETON TWINS HAVE AN IDEA by Ellis Weiner
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 2012

"Templeton Twins hidden in integrandfunction (5, 3). Read it to solve it! (Fiction. 9-13)"
The scene-hogging narrator steals the show in this clever series opener. Read full book review >