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…
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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…
163 thoughts on “Cover and Plot Reveal for FunJungle 8 (And the Cover Reveal for the Spy Camp Graphic Novel as well)”
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Teddy does live in a mobile home, but that’s still a house. If you lived in a mobile home, wouldn’t you refer to it as your house?
I do not write a specific amount every day. I just try to write as much good stuff as I can.
SPY CAMPPP GRAPHIC NOVEL YEAHHH
Mr. GIbbs I just want to say I absolutely love Spy School and Space Case, I’ve been here since the inception of Spy School and I just love your work man! Thank you so much!
I haven’t read the graphic novels yet but I want to, how much money? Also do you ever travel to Michigan?
There are honestly hundreds of bookstore websites that will quote you prices on my books. I recommend http://www.bookshop.org
I have traveled to Michigan before and probably will again some day.
Are we going to see any crossovers between books like spy school and funjungle in the near future. In pandamonium we’re we have the FBI enter the seene why not the CIA. Also will we ever see an end to SS or FJ.
At this point, I am not planning a crossover between any of my series.
Yes, you will see an end to FJ and SS some day. I just don’t know when that will be.
In case you haven’t noticed, in Spy School at Sea, when Ben and Mike go to the drug dealer’s house, there is a shirt that the drug dealer gave to Ben that is from FunJungle.
I think that it is really cool how you incorporated that. You are my favorite author and keep up the good work!!
What is the plot for for Spy School 11 and Charlie Thorne 4?
Noah Pizzo-Schlosser –
I will reveal the plot for SS11 relatively soon — but it will be many months until I reveal the plot for CT4.
Super stoked for the release of FJ8 this month! I wanted to know if you’ve met with the author Karen McManus. She’s one of my favorites besides you and others and she’s written excellent books like “One Of Us Is Lying” which is my favorite!
I have not met Karen McManus.
It’s FUNJUNGLE RELEASE DAY! I preordered it and it’s coming on Saturday, super stoked to read this new book. Thanks for making an awesome series Mr. Gibbs.
Hi Mr. Gibbs,
I just read the new Funjungle book and it is incredible—so many good ideas and twists. I really want to thank you for making Doc an essential character in this story. Although I completely understand the structure of the story, I was sad to not see Doc as much in the previous two books, so I was very happy to see him again. Thank you!