Other Resources

Can't find it on the web?  You might want to try the following resources.


Trixie Belden 2002 Calendar

This is an unofficial 2002 twelve month calendar put together by a professional graphic designer.  The calendar is professionally presented, wire bound with glossy pages and would be the ultimate Christmas present for the Trixie Belden fan.  $US13 includes shipping via airmail.
Click on the link to view the calendar as a PDF.  You will need Adobe Acrobat reader to view it.
To enquire or purchase, email me.

Schoolgirl Shamuses, Inc by Melanie Kay KnightSchoolgirl Shamuses, Inc.  
Author: Melanie Kay Knight
Synsine Press.

A comprehensive guide to the Trixie Belden, Ginny Gordon, Robin Kane and Meg Duncan series.

Visit the site to read a sample and order.


Trixie Belden Mystery Series Price GuideTrixie Belden Mystery Series Price Guide

A handy little guide to the Trixie Belden books     published and the lowest, highest and average prices for each.

To order your copy, email Barbara Harvey




The Whispered WatchwordThe Whispered Watchword

The Newsletter of the Society of Phantom Friends contains articles on various girls' series and is published ten times a year.  They're happy to accept submissions and it makes great reading.

For more information or to subscribe, email Kate Emburg

Read some articles I wrote for The Whispered Watchword:

Diana Lynch: Can a Secondary Character Have Brains as well as Beauty?

The Mystery of Trixie: Investigating the Mystery of the Uninvited Guest

Jumping the shark: How Julie Campbell almost made Trixie Belden take the fatal leap.

The Girl SleuthThe Girl Sleuth: A Feminist Guide

First edition published by The Feminist Press in 1975.

"Mason analyzes the appeal of the girl sleuths, discusses the differences between them and examines their influence on young readers."

This book covers Trixie Belden, Honey Bunch, the Bobbsey Twins, Judy Bolton, Beverly Gray, Cherry Ames and Nancy Drew.

Read an excerpt from the book about Trixie Belden entitled Just Plain Trixie.


Other Articles

The Mystery of the Math Book

This article discusses how the idea that girls struggle with math is perpetuated in girls' fiction, including Trixie Belden.