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Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: Mister Fred

August 14, 2015

Is your teacher an alien? VERY POSSIBLY. Mister Fred by Jill Pinkwater is .99 today.




Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: The Snarkout Boys and the Baconburg Horror

August 13, 2015

Lycanthropy! Mystery! Snacks! SNARKOUT BOYS AND THE BACONBURG HORROR is today’s .99 #PinkwaterMonth special






Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: Borgel!!!

August 12, 2015

ALL HAIL BORGEL! .99 today only. Let there be rejoicing! #PinkwaterMonth


Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: Young Adults

August 11, 2015

Attention Young Misfits: Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special is BUFFALO BRENDA by Jill Pinkwater!



Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: Young Adults

August 10, 2015

Today’s #PinkwaterMonth ebook special: YOUNG ADULTS for .99 – get on it!




Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: Uncle Boris in the Yukon

August 9, 2015


UNCLE BORIS IN THE YUKON – and other shaggy dog stories – ‪#‎PinkwaterMonth‬ continues!


Today’s #PinkwaterMonth special: The Disappearance of Sister Perfect

August 6, 2015


Today’s .99 cent ‪#‎PinkwaterMonth‬ special is THE DISAPPEARANCE OF SISTER PERFECT by Jill Pinkwater – a middle grade mystery about a girl who claims to be the great-great-grandaughter of the legendary Sherlock Holmes!

August is #PinkwaterMonth!

August 4, 2015

Hey all, want to buy some cheap Pinkwater ebooks? Now’s your chance!

Every day this month, there will be a different Daniel Pinkwater e-book at a discount.

Keep an eye out for daily posts about which book is on sale!

New book: Mrs. Noodlekugel and Drooly the Bear

May 17, 2015

From Jennifer Laughran:NOODLE&DROOLY_HJ_US[1]

    Out today – the hilarious third installment of MRS NOODLEKUGEL’s adventures for young readers, by DP with art by Adam Stower, and featuring nearsighted mice, a cat butler, and a large and ridiculous bear… among other things.

Read more about it here.

REVEALED: Ancient Pinkwaterian art prints

April 12, 2015

Website visitor Josh Holland recently emailed us about some prints he had found that seemed to have been created by Daniel Pinkwater. Continue Reading