Furrow, Robert 1985–
Furrow, Robert 1985–
Writer and student.
(With Donna Jo Napoli) Sly the Sleuth and the Sports Mysteries, illustrated by Heather Maione, Dial Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2006.
(With Donna Jo Napoli) Sly the Sleuth and the Food Mysteries, illustrated by Heather Maione, Dial Books for Young Readers (New York, NY), 2007.
Biographical and Critical Sources
Booklist, March 1, 2005, Hazel Rochman, review of Sly the Sleuth and the Pet Mysteries, p. 1198.
Kirkus Reviews, January 15, 2005, review of Sly the Sleuth and the Pet Mysteries, p. 124.
School Library Journal, November, 2005, Pat Leach, review of Sly the Sleuth and the Pet Mysteries, p. 102.
Donna Jo Napoli Home Page, http://www.donnajonapoli.com/ (June 6, 2006), "Robert Furrow."
"Furrow, Robert 1985–." Something About the Author. . Encyclopedia.com. (March 24, 2019). https://www.encyclopedia.com/children/scholarly-magazines/furrow-robert-1985
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