Trixie

Ask Anna: Advice for the Furry and Forlorn

Anna follows in Trixie Koontz’s paw prints with her first book as Koontz once again clues us in to what dogs are thinking—this time in a hilarious book of advice for dogs in all sorts of predicaments. More Info »

Trixie and Jinx (iPad App) with artwork by Janet Cleland

It’s great having a best friend to do everything with–but not so great when they go away. Trixie the golden retriever longs for her buddy Jinx the dachshund when Jinx goes on vacation. Lonely Trixie tries to find new friends, but discovers that spiders have no sense of humor and mice just can’t appreciate a good tail-chase. More Info »

I, Trixie who is dog (iPad App) with artwork by Janet Cleland

An interactive app for your iPad based on the children's book "I, Trixie who is dog." More Info »

Trixie & Jinx

Kids young and old will relate to bestselling author Dean Koontz’s funny story extolling all the wonderful things about best friends. More Info »

A Big Little Life

Dean had always wanted a dog—had even written several books in which dogs were featured. But not until Trixie was he truly open to the change that such a beautiful creature could bring about in him. More Info »

I Trixie, Who Is Dog

Bestselling author Dean Koontz gives readers a fun, lighthearted glimpse into the imagination of Trixie, his beloved golden retriever, whose quirky narration and irrepressible spirit will delight readers young and old. More Info »

Bliss to You

Trixie Koontz's third book. She channeled it from the Other Side through Dean’s computer. More Info »

Christmas is Good

Trixie was full of humor and good cheer year-round, but nothing set her tail to thumping like Christmas, and this delightful little book is packed with her advice on everything from gift-giving (hot dogs are always welcome) to baking tasty sausage-peanut butter Christmas biscuits to making yourself fluffier for all the holiday parties. More Info »

Life is Good (with Trixie Koontz)

Dogs know how to work hard and to play even harder.

Dogs like Trixie show us how to be happy every minute of every day, except those fleeting moments after a meal when the dish is (temporarily) empty. More Info »

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