It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, has now been updated with new information and art.
Browsing: Middle Grade
A teen struggles to find herself within the confines of anxiety and depression in Nicole Melleby’s How to Become a Planet.
A teen must learn to overcome her fear of the ocean in Wendy S. Swore’s latest middle-grade novel, Strong Like the Sea.
A girl’s life is turned upside down when she starts bursting into Bollywood routines in Supriya Kelkar’s That Thing About Bollywood.
Alyson Gerber takes on the issues of body image and self-esteem in her new contemporary middle-grade novel, Taking Up Space.
The Firebird Song (Bloomsbury Children’s Books) is a strong standalone middle-grade fantasy novel by debut author Arnée Flores.
Long Lost is New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline West’s newest middle-grade mystery, and it’s a good one.
A young pickpocket’s world gets turned upside down when he steals a cursed item in Alison Croggon’s The Threads of Magic.
Unsettled, by Reem Faruqi, follows a Pakistani girl and her family as they settle into their new lives in America.
Two pairs of friends find themselves linked together across three decades in Elizabeth Eulberg’s The Best Worst Summer.