Zeno Alexander’s middle-grade novel The Library of Ever takes readers on multiple adventures that only a special library could offer.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Looking for some books to help your family get excited about the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing? Here are some great options for all ages.
Kathleen Benner Duble’s The Root of Magic has a Tuck Everlasting feel to it. It has a dreamlike quality that meanders at a decent pace.
Since 1981, Claudia Mills has written more than 50 books for children. Her latest chapter book is Nixie Ness, Cooking Star.
Cathleen Young’s The Pumpkin War is a quick-moving novel full of humor and heart. It’s a great contemporary choice for this summer.
The Queen’s Secret, the second book in Jessica Day George’s Rose Legacy trilogy, is so frustrating. Why? Because we have to wait until 2020 for the third book.
Obert Skye is back with the second book in his Wizard for Hire series, Apprentice Needed, which is one of the better sequels I’ve recently read.
Jessie Burton’s The Restless Girls differs from Twelve Dancing Princesses in one big way — the princesses themselves do all the rescuing.
Wendy S. Swore’s debut middle grade novel, A Monster Like Me, follows a girl who learns the term monster is more nuanced than she thought.
In Song for a Whale, a introspective middle-grade novel by Lynne Kelly, a young girl discovers her voice without saying a word.