Books by Kimberley Griffiths Little

FORBIDDEN by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Released: Nov. 4, 2014

"The setup for a sequel doesn't entice. (Historical fiction. 12-14)"
A Mesopotamian girl seeks love in the 18th century B.C. Read full book review >
THE TIME OF THE FIREFLIES by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Released: July 29, 2014

"For those fond of exceedingly creepy but not-too-violent stories of the supernatural. Fans of Mary Downing Hahn will devour this one. (Paranormal thriller. 9-12)"
Disconnected vintage telephones occupy an entire section of Bayou Bridge Antiques. When one of them suddenly starts ringing, the eeriness quickly escalates. Read full book review >
WHEN THE BUTTERFLIES CAME by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Released: April 1, 2013

"Inconsistent voice and implausibility aside, middle-grade readers should respond to this perplexing puzzle and its resourceful heroine. (Mystery. 8-12)"
The day following her grandmother's funeral, butterflies begin visiting grieving 12-year-old Tara, who's swept into a bizarre mystery involving her grandmother, butterflies and a small Pacific island. Read full book review >
CIRCLE OF SECRETS by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Released: Oct. 1, 2011

"For readers who like their ghost stories more friendly than terrifying. (Suspense. 9 -12)"
A steamy Louisiana bayou is the atmospheric backdrop to a tale about a daughter's estrangement from her mom, the mother's long-held guilty secret and a restless ghost's long-sought closure. Read full book review >
THE HEALING SPELL by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Released: July 1, 2010

"Still, an interesting story with likable characters and a lot of heart. (Fiction. 8-12)"
Set in the heart of Cajun country, this novel tells the story of 12-year-old Livie Mouton, who is living with a terrible secret. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 8, 1999

"Little has composed a fine coming-of-age story; she enhances it with a lot of insight into a vanishing way of life and the need to preserve it. (Fiction. 10-12)"
An Anglo-Indian boy finds a measure of peace in the landscape of his deceased mother's childhood, and begins to understand the source of his compulsion to run. Read full book review >