Building a house — even a little one — is a large task, but that’s just what the main character in Mae Respicio’s The House That Lou Built sets out to do.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Kelly Yang’s Front Desk — a fictionalized account of a 10-year-old’s life as a Chinese immigrant to the U.S. — is one of my favorite 2018 books.
In The Orphan Band of Springdale, author Anne Nesbet transports readers back to a simpler time, that’s not really that simple.
Liesl Shurtliff’s new MG novel, Grump, stars the grumpy dwarf who gets tangled up in Snow White’s feud with the wicked queen.
Maria Sibylla Merian: Artist, Scientist, Adventurer is exactly the type of book I would have loved as a 10-year-old, and I love it even more as an adult.
I truly enjoyed Sandra’s first middle-grade novel, The Quilt Walk, and was excited when her third, Hardscrabble, landed on my doorstep.
“The world is a beautiful place with people who have many different cultures and faiths but at the end of the day we are all human,” says Amal Unbound author Aisha Saeed.
Seeker of the Crown, by Ruth Lauren, is the sequel to A Prisoner of Ice and Snow, which was one of my favorite novels of 2017.
Jessica Day George is a well-known figure on the mglit/yalit scene, and her latest book for middle-graders, The Rose Legacy, only serves to solidify her place.
Derek Landy says his middle-grade Skulduggery Pleasant books are, “Funny.” and “Full of action.” On May 1, the series is relaunching in the U.S.