Books by Tom Bodett

NORMAN TUTTLE ON THE LAST FRONTIER by Tom Bodett
FAMILY AND GROWING UP
Released: Nov. 9, 2004

"Adventures, humor, and first-rate screw-ups make for lively, folksy storytelling laced with poignancy and wisdom—readers will enjoy being along for the ride. (Fiction. 12+)"
When Norman Tuttle's father asks, "Rough road, isn't it Norm?," he means the road he and Norman are driving along. Read full book review >
WILLIWAW! by Tom Bodett
Released: March 1, 1999

"Still, with the thrilling finish and singular setting, this is a promising effort. (Fiction. 11-13)"
PLB 0-679-99030-5 Bodett (for adults, The Free Fall of Webster Cummings, 1996, etc.) tacks toward a younger audience with this tale of two siblings who prove they're not ready to be on their own. Read full book review >
THE FREE FALL OF WEBSTER CUMMINGS by Tom Bodett
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 4, 1996

"So the only reason to read him is his people, who break your heart. (Author tour)"
Bodett, of Motel 6 commercial and NPR fame, author of collections of homespun vignettes such as The End of the Road (1989), offers a flawed but often moving first novel. Read full book review >