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Resources here at Schoolgirl Shamus, Inc.
Trixie Belden Texts
Books and papers about Trixie and other "schoolgirl shamuses." This does not include recent articles about the Random House republishing of the series starting in 2002; a link below lists some articles of that nature.
German Trixie Belden Books
Information and images of the German-released Trixie Belden books.
Trixie and Honey's Scrapbook
Scans of all of the illustrations in the various Trixie Belden editions of the 1940s - 1960s.
Information and pictures about Ossining, the city in New York where Julie Campbell lived and upon which she based Sleepyside-on-Hudson.
Julie Campbell Tatham
A brief biography and bibliography of the Trixie Belden series creator.
Trixie Belden sites here at Schoolgirl Shamus, Inc.
Dana's fanfic offerings include the sappy Sapphire Days universe (continued in Gethsemane and Onyx Twilight), the First Impressions universe that tells the old stories from a new point of view, and the Un-Universe, where you don't know what you'll find!
Enter Susan's wonderfully romantic realm where you'll find a plethora perfectly perfect offerings: plenty of redheaded men, spirited women, mysteries galore, a Victorian version of the Bob-Whites, an alternate existence explored, a new take on Kathryn Kenny, and—as if all that wasn't enough—a twist on the tainted timeline. Treasury of Coins is a treasury of fantastic stories!
Enter the heart of The Labyrinth, Kate's slightly darker realm, which includes her fabulous tales of the Bob-Whites in high school and Ever After—with the added twist of "the anti-Honey." Also, take a side trip on one of the labyrinthine trails and visit the Pentash Valley (Kate's non-Trixie fiction)—you'll like what you find!
Wendy's wonderfully written version of the Bob-Whites has only just begun—but she promises an adventure full of smooth sailing, as well as rough seas. But, through it all, the beacon of Katje's Lighthouse always shines for the Bob-Whites.
Jessica's lovely hospitality will make you feel right at home at the Glen Road Inn. Jess promises us there will be stories, and they're sure to be as sweet and lovely as she is. In the meantime, enjoy the Trixie Belden cover art that Jess has provided for you to peruse during your stay at the inn.
TB Resources Elsewhere on the Web
A wonderful website that makes you feel as though you had wandered into Sleepyside itself! Relax in Mr. Wheeler's Library and read fanfic written by other Trixie fans—no two universes are alike—and then stop by the message board and say hi!
Affectionately called "Zap's," this is the original Trixie Belden Fan Site—complete with lots of information about the teenage sleuth, lots of fanfic, and message boards to communicate with other Trixie fans.
This well-researched site has everything you've ever wanted to know about your favorite schoolgirl shamus—it's even interactive! There are several articles about Trixie available—including an "In the News" section, which chronicles the recent interest in Trixie because of the republishing of the series.
A very comprehensive site that includes lots of facts from the series and the covers of every Trixie book in every edition from the Dustjackets to the Squares.
Ever wondered in which languages Trixie was published? Ever pondered the difference between a format and an edition? Look no further! A very detailed source of information!
This is by no means a comprehensive list - there are TONS of Trixie Belden Fan Sites out there! What I have listed are sites that provide unique information and/or activities about Trixie Belden. For Trixie Belden Fan Fiction sites, use the link above in the Jixemitri description or in Zap's description. If you know of a great Trixie Belden site you think should be included, feel free to email me.
"Trixie Belden: Schoolgirl Shamus"
James Keeline's Paper: Keeline is the author of numerous articles and presentations on the history of children's literature. Please be warned, however, that there are many inaccuracies in the paper, illustrating that Mr. Keeline is not a true Trixie Belden fan (that he charges from $100-500 for Trixie books in his bookstore also illustrates this fact).
Schoolgirl Shamuses, Incorporated
by Melanie Knight, 598 pages. This book reportedly has a wealth of information about teenage sleuths, including Trixie Belden, Ginny Gordon, Robin Kane, and Meg Duncan.
The Girls' Series Companion, 1997 Edition
by The Society of Phantom Friends, 634 pages. This book has descriptions and listings for nearly every Girls' American Juvenile Series in hardcover and paperback.
Note: Trixie Belden® is a registered trademark of Random House Books. These pages are not affiliated with Random House Books in any way. These pages are not for profit. Images of Trixie Belden and the Bob-Whites of the Glen are copyright © Random House Books and are used respectfully, albeit without permission.
Trixie Belden Keeper graphic is the copyright of Jenni Farrell.
The Bob-Whites of the Glen "Honorary Member" graphic is the copyright of Zap.
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