THE WHITE DOOR

THIS IS THE PAGE FOR ALL KINDS OF FUN STUFF

 

 

 

Saul dethroned—relieved of his duties as ruler of Israel when he spared this Amalekite king, whose name becomes a code for destruction in The 13th Tribe.

 

 

 

 

 

Check out actor Joshua Swanson reading Gatekeepers for the Dreamhouse Kings audiobooks on the Audiobooks page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Win an iPod Nano! Tell me where in history the Dreamhouse Kings family should go. If I use your idea, you win an iPod Nano. Check out all the details and submit your idea on the “Dream the Scene” page: click here.

 

 

 

SOUNDTRACK OF THE DREAMHOUSE KINGS: Listen or download twelve songs inspired by the Dreamhouse Kings

 


 

 

 

INFORMATION FOR SCHOOLS & BOOK GROUPS: Have Robert visit or call your school or book group

 

 

 

 

 

SIGNED BOOKPLATES: Free autographed stickers to put in your books . . . order them here

 

 

 

 

 

SEND ROBERT A MESSAGE

 

 

 

FAN ART

I’ve received some fantastic—and fantastically creative—art inspired by the Dreamhouse Kings. Below, for example, is Robyn Twomey’s drawing of Xander as he prepares to follow David and Dad to the sinking Titanic.

I’d love to see your Dreamhouse art! Send it to me, and I’ll post it on my website.

Ready to send me your art? Click here.

If you prefer to mail it, contact me for the address.

Check out all fan art here – DHK Fan Art Gallery

 

 

Some art is too big to display in the galley. Click here to download a PDF copy of Angelique Santiago’s seven-page Comic Book Parody of Timescape.

 

 

 

Check back soon for more fun stuff!

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When the Kings move to a small town in northern California, they have no idea of the adventures—and terrors—waiting for them. Fifteen-year old Xander and his twelve-year-old brother David make a game of exploring the old Victorian home they move into. One night, they discover an intruder and follow him to a hidden hallway of doors. Each door transports them to far off places in long-ago times.

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