The Definitive Guide to

Thieves of Weirdwood

Written by William Shivering & illustrated by Anna Earley
Goodreads Rating - 4.0 / 5.0
Add to list
Prices as of Nov 26
Retail Price
used $2.72
Apr 7, 2020
Publication Date
Target Age

What's This Book About

Publisher Summary

Artemis Fowl meets The Spiderwick Chronicles in this brand-new middle-grade fantasy series brimming with action, humor, and monsters beyond imagining.

Twelve-year-olds Arthur and Wally are determined to steal their way up the ranks of the notorious Black Feathers gang. With loan sharks chasing after Arthur’s father and Wally’s brother’s hospital bill due, they’re in need of serious cash.

When Arthur spots some wealthy strangers exiting a derelict mansion, he smells an opportunity for a big score. Little do the boys realize, they’ve stumbled upon Weirdwood Manor, the headquarters of a magical order who protect the Balance between the Real and Imaginary worlds. When Kingsport is besieged by nightmarish Imaginary monsters, it’s up to these young thieves to save their city.

What Kind of Book is Thieves of Weirdwood

Book Lists That Include Thieves of Weirdwood

Book Topics › action and adventure
Awesome Children's Books About Adventure
Book Topics › fantasy and magic
Children's Books About Fantasy And Magic
Book Topics › fiction
Children's Books About Fiction
Kids Book Club
Monthly. Curated. Delivered.
Get Started
As low as $16.95 / mo

Who Wrote Thieves of Weirdwood

William Shivering

Professor <b>William Shivering</b> lives in a house by the sea with three cats and a one-eyed raven named Glinda. When he’s not writing true stories about fake worlds, he enjoys walking the cliffs and conversing with the moon. He’s the president and founder of CASPR (Coalition for the Appreciation of Shades, Phantasms, and Revenants), a non-profit that provides assistance to disembodied peoples. Professor Shivering has an assistant named Christian McKay Heidicker, though he rarely if ever takes Christian’s writing suggestions. Mr. Shivering is rarely cold.

View Author

Who Illustrated Thieves of Weirdwood

Anna Earley

Anna Earley is a Midwestern girl living life with a flair for the fantastic along with a coiled, corn snake companion named Moxy. Ever since childhood she has loved creating whimsical creatures and vibrant worlds and characters. That passion led her down the path to become an illustrator. She believes that art has a unique ability to communicate and tell stories that excite the imagination and speak to the soul. When she isn’t drawing, Anna can be found writing, studying history and mythology, roaming the woods, or listening to an ever-growing collection of music.

View Illustrator

What Has William Shivering Said About This Book

Nothing yet! 🤷 You should let William know that you want more details about Thieves of Weirdwood!

What Has Anna Earley Said About This Book

Nothing yet! 🤷 You should let Anna know that you want more details about Thieves of Weirdwood!

Books You Might Enjoy If You Liked Thieves of Weirdwood

Book Details

Publication Date:
April 7, 2020
Library of Congress Number (LCCN):

Contribute to this page

Core Score - 59%
More than halfway there—keep going!
Depth Score - 15%
Just the barebones.
Improve this page
Are you the author or illustrator? Claim this page.