With its fast-paced action, slapstick humor, and a winning, unlikely hero, Demonkeeper is a high-spirited romp that will keep readers glued to the page.
Demonkeeper is the international bestselling classic about Nathaniel Grimlock, a teen boy who manages an old house full of monsters. But when Nat leaves the house unattended to go on his first date ever, the most vicious demon of all—the beast—breaks loose, and he must scramble to put everything in order before the beast devours every street kid in Seattle. Fun, fear, and demonic shenanigans have made Demonkeeper a timeless literary treat for adventure-seeking tween readers for more than a decade.
There’s a Troll under the bridge, a Wedge causing earthquakes, Char that’s burning through town, and they’re all demons on the run. As the mayhem escalates, Lilli, a hippie Demonkeeper arrives on the scene. Her interest is in peaceful demons but something dangerous is stalking the Seattle streets. Can Nat, Sandy and Richie see past their differences to find the Demoneater that is threatening to destroy the panicked demons? Mr. Calamitous seems to know something, but a ravenous Demoneater could end it all. Nat may be in over his head.
In the third and final installment of the Demonkeeper Series, The demons have been released and have taken over the city. They are in the library, the dump and even the water. Nat is trapped at sea and his friends must use their wits to recapture the escaped demons. The Demonkeeper Journal may hold some clues if only they can be translated in time. Richie, Sandy and Lilli are a team and need to hold on until Nat gets back. The little minions step in, but when the elements collide and the chaos escalates, the destruction could be complete.
In the desert town of Richland, Washington, there stands a giant sycamore tree. Horribly Mutated by nuclear waste, it feeds on the life energy of boys that it snags with its living roots. And when Teddy Matthews moves to town, the tree trains its sights on its next victim.
From the start, Teddy knows something is very wrong with Richland – every kid he meets disappears before his eyes. A trip to the cemetery confirms that these boys are actually dead and trying to lure him to the tree. But that knowledge is no help when Teddy is swept into the tree’s world, a dark version of Richland from which there is no escape…
Eight children’s book awards & lists including winner of the Washington State Sasquatch Book Award.
Sneaking out into the woods near the Canadian border, Sam and PJ come across what looks like a mutant gorilla with a bad attitude. But it’s no ape, it’s a goblin, and thousands more of them live under the earth, kept in check only by a small corps of human Guardians.
Sam finds a tunnel below the surface, and in no time he’s in the goblins’ clutches. With goblin leaders Eww-Yuk and Slurp at odds, it will take all of PJ’s strength and ingenuity to get Sam back, but then again, how hard could it be to outsmart a goblin?
Featuring the high adventure and slapstick humor that made Demonkeeper a fantasy favorite, The Goblin Problem! is a subterranean romp that will keep readers laughing as they race through the pages to see what happens.
First Edition Title: Goblins, An Underearth Adventure