A family learns to love the outdoors with the help of their dog in Meg Rosoff and Grace Easton’s early chapter book McTavish Goes Wild.
Browsing: Middle Grade
There’s something about Celesta Rimington’s The Elephant’s Girl that just calls to readers. From the cover to the magical story, it’s one you won’t forget.
David Almond and David Litchfield’s War is Over is a short novel — I read it in about 40 minutes — that packs a large emotional punch.
When I Hit the Road, a new middle-grade novel by Nancy J. Cavanaugh, celebrates the tradition of tween/teen diary writing.
BO-BO’S CAVE OF GOLD, by Pam Berkman, Dorothy Hearst, et al., Margaret K. McElderry Books, April 28, 2020, Hardcover, $18.99 (ages 6-9)…
Sometimes you come across a book that just makes you happy. Joy McCullough’s A Field Guide to Getting Lost is one such book.
Author Sandy Stark-McGinnis explores living in The Space Between Lost and Found in her emotional new novel for middle readers.
Tod Olson’s Into the Clouds follows the experiences of three groups of mountaineers as they attempt to summit the deadly K2.
The List of Things That Will Not Change, by Rebecca Stead, follows a girl adjusting to a new normal after her parent’s divorce.