List of books by Cynthia Voigt

List of Books by Cynthia Voigt with Publication Dates

Authors, who doesn’t love a good Author? This series of articles we look at lists of books by famous authors; in this case, Cynthia Voigt. Find my selection in date order of Cynthia Voigt books.

Cynthia Voigt List of Books to Read

Tillerman Family Books

Homecoming      (1973)   

Dicey’s Song       (1982)   

A Solitary Blue    (1983)   

The Runner         (1985)   

Sons from Afar   (1987)   

Seventeen Against the Dealer       (1989)   

Tales of the Kingdom Books

Jackaroo              (1985)   

On Fortune’s Wheel         (1990)   

The Wings of a Falcon     (1993)   

Elske      (1999)   

Bad Girls Books

The Bad Girls      (1996)   

Bad, Badder, Baddest      (1997)   

It’s Not Easy Being Bad   (2000)   

Bad Girls in Love               (2002)   

From Bad to Worse          (2003)   

Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Whatcha Gonna Do? (2006)   

Mister Max Books

The Book of Lost Things (2013)   

The Book of Secrets         (2014)   

The Book of Kings            (2015)   

Tales of the Kingdom Books

The Tale of Gwyn             (2015)   

The Tale of Birle               (2015)   

Standalone Novels

Tell Me If the Lovers Are Losers   (1982)   

The Callender Papers       (1983)   

Building Blocks   (1984)   

Come a Stranger               (1986)   

Izzy, Willy-Nilly   (1986)   

Tree by Leaf        (1988)   

David and Jonathan         (1990)   

Tillerman Family Saga      (1990)   

The Vandemark Mummy (1991)   

Glass Mountain  (1991)   

Orfe       (1992)   

When She Hollers             (1994)   

Born to Be Bad   (2001)   

Angus and Sadie (2005)   

Young Fredle      (2011)   

Teddy & Co         (2016)   

By Any Name      (2017)   

Toaff’s Way        (2018)   


The Rosie Stories              (2003)   

List of books by Cynthia Voigt

So there you have a list of books and date of publication from the Author Cynthia Voigt.

Dave Peterson

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