Cinderella must be the most reimagined fairytale in history. Julie Wright’s Glass Slippers, Ever After, and Me is a fresh take on the classic.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Kyla May’s Diary of a Pug: Pug Blasts Off has opened a new world of books for me, and more importantly, my 5-year-old daughter.
Writing for young readers is a tremendous honor, says Nicole Valentine, author of the middle grade novel A Time Traveler’s Theory of Relativity.
There once was a girl who was struck by lightning, and the impossible became possible. That’s the premise behind Two Girls, a Clock, and a Crooked House.
There are loads of excellent early chapter books as of late. Among them is the first in the new At the Heels of History series, Filigree’s Midnight Ride.
Sleeping Beauty and Jack and the Beanstalk get a royal mashup in Katherine Coville’s middle grade novel Briar and Rose and Jack.
Are you on the lookout for a new series with an enjoyable young protagonist? Then you need to check out Lena Jones’ Agatha Oddley: The Secret Key.
Zeno Alexander’s middle-grade novel The Library of Ever takes readers on multiple adventures that only a special library could offer.
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.