For thousands of years, humans have been building cities. Explore six of those cities in Cities in Layers, by Philip Steele and Andrés Lozano.
Browsing: Middle Grade
A new family finds its footing in Hilary McKay’s latest novel for middle-graders, The Time of Green Magic.
Family takes on a new form in Hana Tooke’s mysterious debut middle-grade novel, The Unadoptables.
A girl and her family find themselves on the wrong side of a creepy local legend in Allison Rushby’s delightful The Mulberry Tree.
I don’t know exactly what I was expecting from Paul Acampora’s Danny Constantino’s First (And Maybe Last?) Date, but what I got was delightful.
The Princess Rules, by Philippa Gregory, includes Princess Florizella, Princess Florizella and the Wolves and Princess Florizella and the Giant.
A group of girls unravel a mystery tied to famous pilot Amelia Earhart in Kristin L. Gray’s new middle-grade novel, The Amelia Six.
Magic and the real world collide in Erin Bowman’s delightful new middle-grade novel, The Girl and the Witch’s Garden.
The Sewer Rat Stink follows Geronimo Stilton and his best friend Hercule as they head into the underground sewer world to investigate a stinky smell.