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  • Bibliography:
    6 Books
  • First Book:
    October 2010
  • Latest Book:
    August 2021
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Book List in Order: 6 titles

  • Poor Socksquatch. All he wants is two warm feet, but things aren’t going his way. Even his friends can’t help. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! What’s a monster to do? Frank Dormer’s sweet, funny monster story will charm the socks off young readers. ...

  • This is what Uncle Flood wants to write with his new pen: "The following story is all true." But the pen does not write that sentence. Instead it writes: "You have a big nose!" Who knows what to do with a pen that has a will of its own? No...

  • Things are not at all what they seem in this picture book mystery filled with rhyming wordplay. "It's a perfect day to catch a cat," muses a dog. But to his annoyance, all he seems to find are things that rhyme with cat. Rat. Bat. Gnat. Why can't he ...

  • Two knights have their dinner plans derailed as they discover object after object in their stove -- objects that ominously belong to their missing friend, Harold -- in this delightfully slapstick picture book. Someone has put a sword in the stove....

  • WEE-OOO-WEE-OOO-WEE-OOO! Here come the Firefighter Duckies! Frank Dormer is at it again with this quack-out-loud silly story, full of wacky charm and perfect for little duckies of all dispositions. The Firefighter Duckies are brave and strong. ...

  • A hilarious and wacky graphic novel for the youngest readers about navigating friendships -- and the playground The slide. The swings. The monkey bars. The seesaw. Tuna, Noodle, and Margo each head for their favorite spots, like always. But today, th...

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frank W. Dormer has published 6 books.

Frank W. Dormer does not have a new book coming out soon. The latest book, We Have a Playdate, was published in August 2021.

The first book by Frank W. Dormer, Socksquatch, was published in October 2010.

No. Frank W. Dormer does not write books in series.