Book List in Order:33 titles

  • Trixie, Honey and Regan travel to Minnesota to visit a family who train horses in the hope of learning some techniques to adopt with their horses. The legend and a sighting of a galloping ghost has Trixie on the trail of a mystery and she is joined ...


  • Trixie and Honey are excited by the opportunity to be involved in an archaeological dig on the Wheeler's game preserve. Trixie takes an immediate dislike to Charlie, a graduate student leading the dig and overhears his plans to look for buried treas...


  • When a classmate draws Trixie's attention to the plight of the local birds during a cold winter, the Bob-Whites decide to organise a Pet Show to raise awareness and money to feed the birds. However, not everyone is supportive of the idea and the Pet...


  • A neighbor in need of help gets Trixie involved in this one. This neighbor owns the property that the new antique store is on. Trixie thinks something strange is going on since there is little merchandise. Then, she and Honey are asked to pick up a d...


  • Trixie ran toward the Manor House. When she got there, she saw the front door open and two figures appear on the top step. “Jim! Honey!” she cried, pointing to the stable. “Get the police! Get the fire department! Hurry!” Trixie didn’t w...


  • The citizens of Sleepyside are divided by the proposed expansion of the International Pine Company into the game preserve and two newcomers to town are adding fuel to the fire. One of them is Mr. Maypenny's long lost nephew; the second is a social ac...


  • Mart Belden is behaving mysteriously and when the school is broken into by a mysterious Midnight Marauder, he becomes the prime suspect. Trixie and the Bob-Whites have their hands full solving the mystery of Mart's behavior, the disappearance of Redd...


  • Trixie shook her head. “That’s about all I can think of, Miss Ramsey. It really isn’t much. But it should be enough to jog your father’s memory…” Laura Ramsey turned away abruptly, leaving Mr. Lytell and the two girls to stare at her b...


  • The Bob-Whites attract attention when they are given a Model T Ford to auction for a hospital rummage sale. When the car breaks down, they are helped by a stranger who is run down by a van before their eyes! Trixie becomes determined to find out who ...






  • Preparations for the freshman class play become dramatic when Trixie and her friends get involved in a series of mysterious events surrounding the new drama teacher and the disappearance of her father....


  • Trixie and Honey make friends with a new girl in town who lives at a mansion that is supposedly haunted by a witch's ghost. After the girls witness some "ghostly" activity, their new friend confesses she believes she is possessed by the witch's ghost...


  • Frantically she darted her flashlight around the cave, searching for something big enough to hide behind. There was something… What am I going to do? she thought, starting to panic. She lost her grip on the flashlight, which fell with a plop into t...


  • Looking up, Trixie saw a man's form towering above her, hands on hips. The moonlight outlined his figure and glinted on his bright red hair. Regan! Trixie thought...Oh, no, Regan! We were so sure you were innocent!......


  • Bathed in an eerie glow, its masts reaching high through the mist, was a ship… Flying from its stern was a flag that Honey strained to see. Suddenly, she clutched Trixie’s arm. “Why,” she cried, “the ship is a galleon, and it’s flying the...


  • Quick as a flash, both girls were off their bicycles… They crouched low, sheltered from view by a stalwart pine. In another second, a fearsome rider loomed blackly against the darkening sky. The ground shook as noiseless hooves galloped silently b...


  • Trixie and her friends are stalked by a gray figure through the streets of London and across the English countryside, and questions arise concerning the connection between the stranger and Honey's old necklace...


  • Trixie crept to the tent opening… She could make out nothing… Then she saw it! But what was it? Trixie went rigid with fear. A very tall thing stood what seemed like only a few feet from Cap. Arms dangled past its knees. Its head and shoulders we...


  • From the backseat of the Bob-White station wagon, Mart said sharply, “Watch it, Jim. Those headlights are coming awfully fast.” Suddenly the whole interior of the wagon was flooded with light that blazed into Jim’s eyes. “Shift that mirror...


  • Trixie walked over to her friend and grabbed her by the shoulders, forcing Honey to look at her. "What is it, Honey?" she asked. "What happened?" "Oh, Trixie," Honey wailed, "I just got the most horrible phone call. H-He said I should call off ...


  • When the Bob-Whites struggle to find money to pay for their car insurance, Mr Wheeler offers them a job investigating a ski lodge he is considering buying. The teenagers become involved in some strange occurrences at the lodge. Who wants them off Mea...


  • The heavy front door closed solidly behind Trixie. . . . The long corridor that ran past the stairway was dark and gloomy-looking, and the stillness of the old building made Trixie feel she should walk softly. . . . She had almost reached the stairs ...


  • When Trixie could stand the waiting no longer, she went after Bobby. The instant she opened the kitchen door, she was grabbed. She just had time to scream before a voice growled, "Shut up, or you've had it!" A hand was clamped over her mouth....


  • The light shining through Honey's palm made the hand look reddish and bony. "Point your flashlight at the ground and let a little more light out," Trixie said. "If we can find our footprints, then we'll know which way to go." As Honey directed ...


  • The commotion inside the house became bedlam .... a combination of falling furniture, cries of "Where are the lights?" Bobby's shrieks, doors slamming, and rushing feet. "Where are you, Trixie?" her father's voice called. "Trixie!" Brian echoed...


  • It was a small plot, enclosed by an ornate iron fence. The gate was ajar, and, going through it, Trixie and Jim saw rows of moss-covered headstones. In the rear was a small but impressive marble mausoleum. "Ooooh! Cemeteries give me the shivers!" ...


  • Heavytfeet mounted the steps ... nearer ... nearer ... nearer. A key was inserted into the lock. It opened, and the man's bulk filled it. The morning light shone full on his sneering, wicked face. "Still alive, are you?" he said, grinning maliciou...


  • “The rudder’s broken. It’s lucky we didn’t tear a big hole in the bottom of the boat!” Trixie sensed a note of anxiety in Peter’s voice. “Someone will be coming along soon who will give us a tow, although there aren’t man boats o...


  • "What is it, Brian?" Trixie asked. "Bats. Thousands of them. They're asleep. Gosh!" The startled bats roared into flight, circling the cave clockwise and beating against the Bob-Whites, almost knocking them down. The girls waved their arms wild...


  • "Great-headed man, with blinking eye, A shaded road, a horse's cry, Foreign words for all to hear, First clue is now so very near. Watch out for thieves; they're everywhere, At home, on island, dead beasts' lair. Where shines a beacon 'cross the sky,...






  • "We'd better get out of here in a hurry," Jim said. Trixie nodded, unable to say anything. A rush and a roar of water followed the collapse of the bridge. About fifty or seventy-five feet from them, water swirled angrily. Big tree branches floated...


  • Trixie gripped Honey's arm and held her back. "Look at the window!" she said in a strange voice. Honey looked and felt a little shiver go down her spine. A bony hand was gesturing from between the curtains of the window next to the door. And, quit...


  • There was a small branch lying on the ground. It was only about twenty inches long, and someone had cut off all the side twigs. Trixie picked it up, curious as usual. There was a dark stain on the heavy end of the branch. And caught in the grain o...


  • Mr. Stratton straightened. His smile faded. "Now, who is to be spokesman?" "I am," said Trixie. Jim was co- president of the Bob-Whites, but Trixie usually did the talking. "Trixie, the School Board doesn't want secret societies to exist in Sle...