Lindsay Currie’s What Lives in the Woods is a creepy mystery that’s perfect for middle-readers who love ghost stories.
Browsing: ages 10 & up
Introduce young readers to the universe’s unique building blocks in Lisa Congdon’s The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Elements.
It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, has now been updated with new information and art.
A 12-year-old learns you can’t plan everything — especially when it comes to family — in Marcy Campbell’s Rule of Threes.
Sarah Allen’s Breathing Underwater follows two sisters as they journey across the country in hopes of regaining the joy of their past.
A girl learns about love, life and the complexities of family in Tanya Guerrero’s middle-grade novel All You Knead is Love.
Nicola Skinner proves that growing up can be incredibly exciting in Bloom, a novel for young readers that adults will also find delightful.
Starfish, Lisa Fipps’ middle-grade debut novel, is an engrossing story of self-acceptance and self-advocacy.
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.
one to the Woods: Surviving a Lost Childhood follows the childhood events that helped shaped some of Gary Paulsen’s greatest stories.