Fairday Morrow and the Talking Library by Jessica Haight & Stephanie Robinson
Fairday Morrow and the Talking Library is the second book in the Fairday Morrow Series. In book one, The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow, Eleven-year-old Fairday moves with her family from Manhattan to a small town in Connecticut called Ashpot.
Her parents’ dream of renovating a crumbling Victorian, known as the Begonia House, into a bed and breakfast felt like treachery. But Fairday found out that her new house kept secrets, and once inside its twisted front gates, anything was possible.
After their investigation, Fairday and her friends in the Detective Mystery Squad (DMS) thought they’d closed the case, but when mysterious notes show up warning that a librarian is in trouble and a bookworm is eating words, Fairday thinks the Begonia House has more skeletons in its closets. What happens to stories when their words get eaten?
About the Authors
Jessica Haight and Stephanie Robinson are co-authors of the Fairday Morrow series. They met freshman year of high school in English class, where they discovered they liked the same books. Their friendship grew, and over the years they went on to work as servers together, go to the same college for a short time, and they even became roommates for a while.
Many books were discussed, but none were ever written. Now, after the release of their first middle grade novel, The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow, Stephanie and Jess are continuing to build their dream in book 2: Fairday Morrow and the Talking Library.