Too Much Homework; The Tooth Fairy Forgot; Doggie Delights; Need a Cellphone; Grampa's Eyes; Toto Tells the Truth About Oz; The Pedometer; Good-bye, Old Jeans; One Vote; Fan Letter to a Favourite Author; The Day I Was a Dog; Fatty Patty; The Last Piece of the Puzzle; Is it Good for Me or Not?; Remembering Little Rock; Roadside Rescue; The Homecoming Dance; Wait Till Next Time; Mornings Are Meant for Sleeping; Heavenly Dimes; Mom Would Never Say This; Changing Classes; How to Cure lnsomnia; Ryan's Gun; What Do You Want to Be When You Grow Up?; The World's Worst Camping Trip; Mrs Morse is a Crazy Old Witch; The Four-Part Plan for a New Me; Going to the Dentist; The Comet Kid; My Family is So Boring; Pet Peeves; Dust Bowl Memories; No Present for Sophie; Names That Make Me Nervous; Taking the SAT; Brussels Sprouts Are Not Comfort Food; A Home for Katie; The World's Highest Cookie Stack; Gullible Gabe; It's Not Worth Fighting About; Wagon Train West; Nursing Home Visit; Three Special Things; How to Be Proactive in Math; The Squirrel War; Is Anybody Out There?; Ghost Dog; Thrift Store Bargains; Why It Took Me Four Hours to Make My Bed.
Peg Kehret's books for young people have earned a wide readership and critical acclaim. Among her many honours are the PEN Center West Award in Children's Literature, the Golden Kite Award from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Children's Choice Awards from 29 states, the Forest Roberts Playwriting Award, and the Henry Bergh Award from the ASPCA. Many of her books have been selected by the American Library Association for its Recommended Books for Reluctant Readers. She lives in Washington state.