Scholastic News Kid Reporter Fred Hechinger sat down with David to discuss Day of Doom, the process of writing the book, and tips for young people who are interested in writing. Read more here.
David talks about his most recent hit and what’s next. Read more here.
David Baldacci has been crazy busy these past few months, yet he has no intention of slowing down. The prolific author’s new book, The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers: Day of Doom, the latest and final title in the bestselling Scholastic series for young readers, has just debuted, but he’s also deeply invested in other upcoming projects. Read more here.
In “Day of Doom,” David Baldacci offers younger readers a taste of his talent for writing can’t-put-‘em-down thrillers. Read more here.
David visited NYC to do press for the launch of Day of Doom, the final book in the 39 Clues Cahills vs. Vespers series. Read more here.
“It started with a kidnapping,” the book’s official description goes. Sounds like the latest from bestselling thriller writer David Baldacci. It is – but it’s published for eight to 12-year-olds. The 39 Clues: Cahills vs. Vespers: Day of Doom is the newest entry in the popular kid’s series and Baldacci doesn’t hesitate to employ the adrenaline and high-stakes, explosive suspense he’s known for in his books for adults. Read more here.
The UK’s Reading Groups for Everyone – an organization with a mission to get more people reading more – asks best-selling crime author David Baldacci about his reading habits, his love of libraries and his charitable work in America. Read the interview here.
Over 17 years, through 25 novels, David Baldacci has taken his adult readers on a roller-coaster ride of suspenseful stories packed with politicians, assassins and government agents. On March 5, he’s changing gears and taking the kids for a spin, leading a virtual field trip through the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. Read more here.
Looking at ease in a khaki blazer, best-selling author David Baldacci charmed a rapt audience during his hour-long closing presentation at the Savannah Book Festival Sunday afternoon at the Trustees Theatre. Armed with a variety of stories, some poignant, many humorous, Baldacci provided the perfect coda to another wildly successful Festival and tremendous weekend for readers. Read more here.