Stanley is a bear. He is also a spy. Stanley is…THE BEAR FROM A.U.N.T.!
When the police find a case too big for their resources, they call upon the spy agency A.U.N.T. That’s when Stanley jumps into action! The Bear From A.U.N.T. books are ideal for elementary school readers who have moved on from picture books to chapter books, averaging 18,000 words and 100 illustrations per book. Bear From A.U.N.T. books are fun adventures with plenty of age-appropriate jokes and references for adults to enjoy as well. They can be read in any order, as they are designed to be new-reader-friendly. Check out Stanley’s adventure below! New adventures are released every year.
THE HONEY DON’T CASE
Published September 2015
ISBN, HC: 978-1-943348-00-8
When there is a case too big for regular law enforcement, they call STANLEY for help. Not just any super-spy, Stanley is…THE BEAR FROM A.U.N.T. In The Honey Don’t Case, Stanley meets his new partner, Marco, and solves the mystery of disappearing bees!
206 Pages with illustrations, $18.00
Read the first 5 pages of The Honey Don’t Case here.
Available from major booksellers nationwide.
Purchase thru DFP for signed copies.
THE CASE OF THE PUSHY OCTOPUS
Published September 2016
ISBN, HC: 978-1-943348-05-3
Stanley is back! This time, THE BEAR FROM A.U.N.T. and his new partner Percie are trying to solve a temperature mystery of glacial proportions. They also meet a new kind of nemesis…
228 Pages with illustrations, $19.00
Read the first 5 pages of “The Case of the Pushy Octopus” here.
THE CASE OF THE CHICANE MUTINY
Published June 2017
ISBN, HC: 978-1-943348-07-7
You didn’t ask for it, and you got it! Stanley and AUNT team up with Shakes and Percie to race Formoola One! This time, THE BEAR FROM A.U.N.T. and Marco go undercover into the fast world of auto racing to find out if Shakes’ on-track rival is cheating! (NOTE: This book ties in to the Shakes adventure MOO FAST MOO FURRYOUS. While they complement each other, both books can be read and enjoyed separately.)
206 Pages with illustrations, $20.00
Read a sample of “The Case of the Chicane Mutiny” here.