Author Archives: David Kelly
The Soccer Surprise, the second book in my MVP sports chapter book series was just released today! This book continues the adventures of the MVP Club (Nico, Max, Alice, Kate, and Luke) as the kids play different sports and solve mysteries. In The Soccer Surprise, the MVP club wants to save an old field house … Continue reading
Booklist Online, a website for librarians and other book lovers, reviewed the THE GOLD MEDAL MESS (the first book in my MVP sports chapter book series), stating: “The combination of athletics and mysteries is always a winner, and the friends are a diverse group in terms of race and talent, who swiftly recognize their potential … Continue reading
Woo-hoo! The first book in my MVP sports series (The Gold Medal Mess) was selected for Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month list! I’m in good company, with BJ Novak’s Book with No Pictures right after The Gold Medal Mess!
Publisher’s Weekly just reviewed the first book in my new MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS series from Random House, THE GOLD MEDAL MESS, and gave it an amazingly good review! THE GOLD MEDAL MESS features five kids who are trying to save their school Olympics from someone who’s trying to sabotage them. Publisher’s Weekly cited: “Kelly branches … Continue reading
The first review for my new chapter book series from Random House is in, and it’s good! Kirkus reviewed the first book of my Most Valuable Players series, THE GOLD MEDAL MESS, in their March 15th edition. The book, set at an elementary school, features five friends who are getting ready for their school’s Olympics … Continue reading
Woo-hoo! Giddy up! Head to Texas with Mike and Kate in my latest Ballpark Mysteries book (#12) THE RANGERS RUSTLERS! Like the rest of the Ballpark Mysteries series, THE RANGERS RUSTLERS is great for reluctant readers, baseball fans, or Texas Rangers fans. The book is set at the Texas Rangers stadium. Mike and Kate have … Continue reading
Want to learn more about how I got my first book published? Check out this interview about the Ballpark Mysteries.
Sometimes it’s not the hitting or fielding that matters in baseball–it’s the arguments. Here’s an hour and a half (yes, like long enough to be a movie) of baseball bickering, arguments, and ejections. You’ve got all winter, so grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy the arguments.