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Browsing: Middle Grade
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.
Former best friends must put their differences aside when they get lost in the woods in Rebecca Behrens’ Alone in the Woods.
a 12-year-old gets involved with local politics in Leila Sales and Kim Balacuit’s middle-grade novel, The Campaign.
All hail Jennifer A. Nielsen. The New York Times bestselling author is back with a fourth book in her Ascendance Series, The Captive Kingdom.
The Barren Grounds, by David A. Robertson, is the first book in a planned middle-grade fantasy series unlike any other.
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.
If you’re looking for a spooky tale that focuses on friendships, then Lindsay Currie’s Scritch Scratch might fit the bill.