The exclusive edition of Whale Done is now available for preorder from Barnes & Noble

I am pleased to announce that Barnes & Noble is releasing an exclusive edition on Whale Done, the eighth book in the FunJungle series.  (For those of you keeping track, this will be the 17th exclusive edition of my books that B&N has released.)

Each edition comes with several pages of bonus content, written by me — and a special book jacket — all for the exact same price as the regular edition.  That’s right: Extra stuff.  Same price.

Click here to preorder your copy now!

Here’s the pitch:  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?

Available everywhere books are sold on February 21, 2023.

53 thoughts on “The exclusive edition of Whale Done is now available for preorder from Barnes & Noble

  1. Cather –

    I have tried animation. And it was already set up at Amazon and didn’t get made.

  2. Mr. Gibbs-
    THERE ARE SWEAR WORDS IN THE BOOKs like in the spy school series when Cyrus says the D word.
    Nick Danger –

    If you look at the recommended ages for my books, you will see that they are recommended for ages 8 & up. That is why there are no swears or sexual content.




    There is a lot of disagreement as to what actually constitutes a swear word. Yes, the D-word and the A-word each appear in Spy School, but there are so many people who don’t consider those words offensive that no publisher, school or library had an issue with them. (It turns out that some people like you did consider them swear words, so I do not use them in any of my other books.)

    I was referring to words that can’t be published in books for kids ages 8 and up. So, I was not lying.

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