Built in 1872 for merchant Jeremiah Cronin. Jr., the 140-year-old Cronin House stands today in northern Marshall, Michigan as one of the city's many historic houses and an eye-inspiring pilgrimage for fans of John Bellairs - and Lewis Barnavelt.
Share your own review and first impression of The House with a Clock in its Walls!
Listen to the tick-tick-ticking in the audiobook edtion.
How others have paid homage to the house and John Bellairs’ characters.
Who said what and other memorable lines from the book.
Share (or show off) your art skills at interpreting your favorite scenes.
Join us in celebrating the fortieth anniversary of the beloved tale of Lewis Barnavelt moving to New Zebedee, of meeting his uncle Jonathan, of discovering the magic of Mrs. Zimmermann, and of the house with a clock in its walls.