Elvis and the Underdogs: Secrets, Secret Service, and Room Service Lib/E


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6.5 X 1.2 X 6.1 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author

Jenny Lee is a television writer and producer who has worked on BET's Boomerang, IFC's Brockmire, Freeform's Young & Hungry, and the Disney Channel's number-one-rated kids' show, Shake It Up. Jenny has previously published humor essay collections and middle-grade novels, and Anna K. is her debut YA novel. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and 135-pound Newfoundland, Gemma (and yes, it's a toss-up on who's walking who every day).
Patrick Lawlor is an award-winning audiobook narrator based in Milwaukee, WI. Lawlor has been an Audie Award finalist multiple times, and has received several AudioFile Earphones Awards. He has won a Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Award, a number of Library Journal and Kirkus starred audio reviews, and numerous Editors' Picks, Top 10, and Year's Best lists. He has recorded over three hundred audiobooks in almost every genre. In his spare time, Lawlor is a marathon runner.


The buoyancy and belly laughs of Elvis and the Underdogs continue, as Benji and best buddies Alexander and Taisy contrive a trip to DC for a reunion with Elvis, a two-hundred-pound talking (to Benji) Newfoundland currently living in the White House as First Dog...[A] rich, funny tale.

-- "Booklist"

Happy-go-lucky Benji Barnsworth and his fellow underdogs pursue goofy adventures through Washington, DC, in Lee's feel-good sequel to Elvis and the Underdogs...A light, warm and (very) fuzzy read.

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

A funny, unabashedly feel-good boy-and-dog story...This crowd-pleasing debut is definitely ready for prime time.

-- "Booklist (starred review) on Elvis and the Underdogs"

[A] lighthearted enjoyable read.

-- "School Library Journal (starred review) on Elvis and the Underdogs"

This children's book debut is suffused with optimism.

-- "Publishers Weekly on Elvis and the Underdogs"