Quirk Books

About Us

Quirk Books is headquartered on a charming cobblestone street in the historic Old City district of Philadelphia. Quirk publishes just 25 strikingly unconventional books per year, and every title is a labor of love born out of our passions and obsessions. Always looking to set the next trend, Quirk delivers books and stories that are bold, unprecedented, beautifully designed, and affordable. Some of Quirk’s more popular titles include the best-selling YA series Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, the Edgar Award–winning mystery The Last Policeman, fangirl favorite Geekerella, the legendary Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and classroom favorite William Shakespeare’s Star Wars—plus children’s books, pop culture titles, cookbooks, art books, gag gifts, and more. Quirk’s books are distributed worldwide by Penguin Random House and available wherever books are sold.

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Featured Titles from Quirk Books

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Secret Santa

(Adult Fiction)

The Office meets Stephen King, dressed up in holiday tinsel, in this fun, festive, and frightening horror-comedy set during the horror publishing boom of the ’80s, by New York Times best-selling satirist Andrew Shaffer.

Siri, Who Am I?

(Adult Fiction)

A Millennial with amnesia uses her Instagram account to piece together her identity in this hilarious and whip-smart comedy about the ups and downs of influencer culture.

Whisper Down the Lane

(Adult Fiction)

From the author of The Remaking, a true crime-inspired horror novel about a young boy whose little white lies about his elementary school teachers contributed to the Satanic Panic of the 80s, forcing him to hide his identity into adulthood until someone recreates his past lies at his own child’s school.

This Is Not the Jess Show

(YA Fiction)

Black Mirror meets My So-Called Life in this fast-paced, timely YA thriller about separating fact from fiction—and how far we’ll go to create our own version of reality.

Lycanthropy and Other Chronic Illnesses

(YA Fiction)

Teen Wolf meets Emergency Contact in this sharply observed, hilarious, and heartwarming debut young adult novel about friendship and the hairy side of chronic illness.

Pet That Dog!

(Middle Grade Non-Fiction)

From 11-year-old dog-loving Gideon Kidd of the viral Twitter account “I’ve Pet That Dog” comes a guide for young readers to befriend and care for dogs of all shapes, sizes, and personalities!

Little Kid, Big City: New York City

(Middle Grade Non-Fiction)

Curious kids will find plenty of sights, smells, and tastes to explore in this illustrated, choose-your-own-adventure travel guide series for middle grade readers. First stop: New York City!

The Wild World Handbook: Habitats

(Middle Grade Non-Fiction)

From a former editor at American Girl Magazine comes the first of two hopeful, illustrated guides to the natural world that aim to empower the next generation of young climate activists and nature lovers to protect the world’s habitats.

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