Cover and Plot Reveal for FunJungle 8 (And the Cover Reveal for the Spy Camp Graphic Novel as well)

Two covers to debut today!  But first, let’s start with the big news you’ve been waiting for.  Here’s the cover of the new FunJungle:

As you may have deduced, this plot concerns a whale.  Here’s the details:

After an escaped kangaroo starts a fire that burns down his house, Teddy Fitzroy accepts an invitation to go to Malibu with his girlfriend, Summer, and her mother, Kandace. He’s hoping to spend some time relaxing on the beach, but wherever Teddy goes, trouble isn’t far behind.

First, a massive dead whale has washed up on the beach—and before anyone can determine what killed it, it explodes. Doc, the head vet from FunJungle, suspects something fishy is going on and ropes Teddy and Summer into helping him investigate.

Then, Teddy stumbles upon yet another mystery involving tons of stolen sand. And the paparazzi start spreading rumors about Summer dating a celebrity, leading Teddy to question their relationship.

Without Summer as his trusted partner, can Teddy navigate the rough waters of this glitzy world and uncover what’s going on?

The book is scheduled for release on February 21, 2023.  But if you want…

Click here to pre-order it!

Now, I suspect that a few of you may have questions, so here are the answers to two of them:

Why did I pick a whale?

Because lots of people asked for one.  I figure that, over the years, more people have asked me for a whale mystery than any other animal.

Why does this one not place at FunJungle?

Because the victim is a blue whale.  And no zoo, not even FunJungle, has a blue whale on exhibit.  It simply can’t be done.

And now, for all of you excited to see the cover for Spy Camp the Graphic Novel:

This book will be available on April 4, 2023.  But once again…

Click here to preorder it!

61 thoughts on “Cover and Plot Reveal for FunJungle 8 (And the Cover Reveal for the Spy Camp Graphic Novel as well)

  1. Agent Rabbit –

    First of all, I didn’t really describe the characters much, so honestly, the characters you see in the SSGN don’t differ for how they are described in the book AT ALL. They may, however, differ from how you personally envisioned them. But then, that’s almost 100% guaranteed. There is no way that Anjan could possibly draw characters that look the way millions of people have separately imagined them.

    I am happy with how Anjan has drawn the characters. If you are unhappy with their not conforming to your personal vision to the point that you do not enjoy reading the Gas, then I would recommend you avoid reading graphic novels based upon books you have already read in the future — or, for that matter, seeing movies based upon books that you have read.

  2. stalwart fan –

    What are you referring to by ‘that’? It is hard for me to answer questions when I don’t know what you are referring to.

  3. skeetols –

    There has already been a dolphin mystery in the books: In Pandamonium.

    And when I wrote the Graphic Novels or Once Upon A Tim… that’s a collaboration with artists.

  4. Mikael –

    I thought I was being asked if there going to be any official previews. There are not. I have no ability to control (or know about) what is happening everywhere on the internet without my permission.

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