Ernestine, Catastrophe Queen (Hardcover)

By Merrill Wyatt, James Patterson (Foreword by)

jimmy patterson, 9780316471589, 304pp.

Publication Date: August 7, 2018

List Price: 13.99*
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Description

We all know and love Ramona, Matilda, and Harriet the Spy. Now meet Ernestine.

Ernestine Montgomery is the kind of kid who gets things done. She's smart, prepared, and always knows just what to do. But there's big trouble brewing inside the walls of the rambling old mansion where she lives... and only Ernestine can decipher the clues that point in one direction-murder!

Can Ernestine solve the mystery before catastrophe strikes?


About the Author

Merrill Wyatt lives in Toledo, Ohio, with her husband, daughter, three cats, and a hamster who might possibly be an immortal magician. She spent far too much of her childhood wandering around cemeteries and old Victorian homes. A middle-school technology teacher, she is dollphobic, donut-obsessed, and owns too many pairs of shoes.



Praise For Ernestine, Catastrophe Queen

Praise for Ernestine, Catastrophe Queen:

"Harriet the Spy meets Coraline...Wyatt has created a bright, determined, and emotionally complex protagonist to join the illustrious roster of young mystery-solvers and monster-slayers...A heroine to warm the heart and a mystery to chill the blood."—Kirkus

"A snarky, sparky Nancy Drew of the undead with more twists than a zombie zumba class. I sooo want Ernestine on my side when the zombie apocalypse comes!"
Mo O'Hara, author of the NYT bestselling My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish series

"Among a cast of colorful characters who leap off the page, no one stands out as much as the wonderful Ernestine. She blends brains and bravery with heart and humor to pull the reader along for an unforgettable ride. Catastrophe has never been so much fun."—James Ponti, Edgar Award-winning author of the Framed! mystery series

"A traditional mystery filled with laugh-out-loud funny moments make for a winning combination."
School Library Journal

"Wyatt's first novel reads like a middle-grade version of the movie Clue. Readers will enjoy this murder mystery."—Booklist

"It will be a big hit with avid readers."—School Library Connection