Every year, Cracking the Cover compiles a list of books that make great additions to your holiday library. These were published in 2020.
This is a list of books that make great gifts. The following are young adult books published in and/or reviewed by Jessica in 2020.
Jennifer Donnelly is the award-winning NYT-bestselling author of 13 novels. Her latest novel, Poisoned, is a Snow White retelling.
Kiersten White’s (The Guinevere Deception) The Camelot Betrayal is the engrossing second book in her Camelot Rising trilogy.
The following are middle-grade books published in and/or reviewed on Cracking the Cover in 2020 that would make great gifts.
The Sisters of Straygarden Place, by Haley Chewins, is about sisters stuck in enchanted house is sure to give you just a bit of the willies.
If you are on the lookout for a new middle-grade series, look no further than Pages & Co. by Anna James and illustrated by Paola Escobar.
The premise of Name Tags and Other Sixth-Grade Disasters is strong and the humor laced throughout is a bonus, but it could be a lot better.
Writing for young readers is a tremendous honor, says Nicole Valentine, author of the middle grade novel A Time Traveler’s Theory of Relativity.
The Snow Dancer, written by Addie Boswell and illustrated by Mercè López, is a beautiful blend of imagination and movement.
Hello, Neighbor!: The Kind and Caring World of Mister Rogers is the only authorized picture book biography of Fred Rogers.
Kate Messner and Christopher Silas explore the rainforest in the fourth book of their Over and Under series, Over and Under the Rainforest.
The Questioneers is the brainchild of author Andrea Beaty. Her latest early chapter book is Iggy Peck and the Mysterious Mansion.