B is for Bigfoot: Harry poses as a middle-school janitor and discovers that Irwin is being picked on by two brothers who have a supernatural connection of their own. Problem is Harry can't interfere directly as the brothers have their own super-powered guardian . Although it is told from Harry's perspective I enjoyed how Butcher was able to make Irwin the focus of the story. 8/10.
I was a Teenage Bigfoot: River Shoulders contracts Harry again after learning that Irwin has taken ill, something his heritage should protect him from. Armed with the power of attorney Harry enters the exclusive private high school to get to the bottom of it. The weakest of the three for me. It just felt really small-scale and not much of an effort for Harry to solve the case. 6.75/10.
Bigfoot on Campus: River Shoulders has had a dream that the Irwin is in danger again. This time however Harry has a different price for his help; River Shoulders must agree to meet his son or Harry won't get involved. Harry travels to Irwin's college and finds that his girlfriend, Connie, is a vampire of the white court. Only Connie doesn't know about her heritage either. Her father sent her to college so she would feed and kill her first lover, however Irwin's nature lead him to survive the encounter, something her father is not too thrilled about. The strongest of the three. It has well-developed secondary characters, delves into River Shoulder's personality and nature for the first time really, has a decent action sequence and the best humorous moments. 9/10.
The thread which ties these books together is River Shoulder's reluctance to impose himself in his son's life which clashes with Harry's experience of not growing up with parents and knowing what that can do. It gives this little collection a lot of soul.
Overall a solid little collection which will please existing Dresden fans and those new to his universe alike. 8.5/10,