This fine combination of clever kids, arcane mysteries, and witty conundrums falls nicely in-line with other novels featuring riddle-solving kids and literary and linguistic references.
- Publishers Weekly
The plot is unique, imaginative, creative, and fresh and I like how the authors bring the written word, grammar, books, and libraries alive. The illustrations add to the appeal of the book and it is a good read for all those kids who love mysteries. The characters are interestingly portrayed and the concepts will not only encourage children to read, but will make them more imaginative and adventurous in their thinking and creativity.
Now, after the release of their first middle grade novel, The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow, Stephanie and Jess are branching out and continuing to build their dream. They’ve opened Willow Press— home of the Fairday Morrow series and more!
Stephanie and Jess met freshman year of high school. It was in English class where they first discovered they liked the same books. Their friendship grew, and over the years they went on to work as servers together, go to the same college for a short time, and they even became roommates for a while. Many books were discussed, but none were ever written.
“We’re proud to have founded Willow Press on a mystery that continues to unwind. Thanks for being a part of our journey! Fear not the unexpected. Anything’s possible!” ~Stephanie & Jess
The Story of Our Journey
Jessica Haight & Stephanie Robinson
Stop by our website to learn more: fairdaysfiles.com