Megan E. Freeman’s Alone is an engrossing MG debut about a girl who wakes up to find she’s the only person left her small Colorado town.
Browsing: ages 10 & up
one to the Woods: Surviving a Lost Childhood follows the childhood events that helped shaped some of Gary Paulsen’s greatest stories.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your tween, look no further than John Flanagan’s Royal Ranger series for readers ages 10 and up.
The Sisters of Straygarden Place, by Haley Chewins, is about sisters stuck in enchanted house is sure to give you just a bit of the willies.
All hail Jennifer A. Nielsen. The New York Times bestselling author is back with a fourth book in her Ascendance Series, The Captive Kingdom.
The Barren Grounds, by David A. Robertson, is the first book in a planned middle-grade fantasy series unlike any other.
If you’re looking for a spooky tale that focuses on friendships, then Lindsay Currie’s Scritch Scratch might fit the bill.
Ruth Behar’s Letters From Cuba follows a young Jewish girl who trades life in Poland for life in Cuba on the eve of World War II.
One of my favorite teen sleuths is back in Lena Jones’ middle-grade novel Agatha Oddly: The Silver Serpent.
A 14-year-old kid from the UK finds himself on the adventure of a lifetime in Tom Mitchell’s That Time I Got Kidnapped.