Books by Tom Birdseye

STORM MOUNTAIN by Tom Birdseye
ADVENTURE
Released: Oct. 15, 2010

When Cat's cousin Ty steals her father's ashes and heads up Storm Mountain, Cat takes off after him, setting up a fast-paced adventure in Oregon's Cascade Mountains. Read full book review >

A TOUGH NUT TO CRACK by Tom Birdseye
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: Dec. 15, 2006

Stubbornness creates, prolongs and then ultimately manages to take the edge off a feud in this comfortably conventional family tale. Read full book review >

OH YEAH! by Tom Birdseye
FICTION
Released: Aug. 15, 2003

Two boys camping out in the backyard have a war of words and one-upmanship. Read full book review >

LOOK OUT, JACK! THE GIANT IS BACK! by Tom Birdseye
FAIRY TALES, FOLKTALES AND MYTHS
Released: Sept. 15, 2001

Clever Jack of English folklore has stolen the hen that lays golden eggs, the harp that sings, and bags of money. Read full book review >

RELIGION
Released: Dec. 15, 1996

The Birdseyes, subtitling their book ``Kids Talk about Faith,'' offer the religious beliefs and other interests of six students from Corvallis, Oregon, in short, first-person essays, along with Crum's full-color, snapshot-like photographs from the youngsters' daily lives. Read full book review >

TARANTULA SHOES by Tom Birdseye
ANIMALS
Released: April 1, 1995

Ryan doesn't like anything about his family's move from Arizona to Kentucky, not the pink walls of his room, the humid weather, or the weird neighbor who insists on being friendly. Read full book review >

A REGULAR FLOOD OF MISHAP by Tom Birdseye
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: March 15, 1994

Poor Ima Bean! Read full book review >

JUST CALL ME STUPID by Tom Birdseye
FICTION
Released: Oct. 1, 1993

Patrick's problem with reading stems from the trauma of his long-absent father calling him ``Stupid'' and locking him in a closet. Read full book review >

SOAP! SOAP! DON'T FORGET THE SOAP! by Tom Birdseye
FAIRY TALES, FOLKTALES AND MYTHS
Released: April 15, 1993

Plug Honeycut has ``such a poor memory some say he'd forget his own name,'' so when Mama sends him to the store he chants her instructions, over and over, until a bullfrog distracts him. Read full book review >