Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. These books for middle readers are an excellent choice for celebrating Hispanic voices.
Browsing: ages 10 & up
Author Pedro Martin shares the emotions and adventures behind moving his abuelito to the United Stated in his memoir, Mexikid.
A first-generation immigrant struggles to find her own voice amidst of her father’s demands in Tiger Daughter, by Rebecca Lim.
A girl tries to make it through middle school while dealing with a chronic illness in The Year My Life Went Down the Toilet, by Jake Maia Arlow.
A student at a magical school must help protect her new home in Kelcie Murphy and the Hunt for the Heart of Danu, by Erika Lewis.
A neurodivergent teen struggles to keep a dangerous secret made to her mother in The Fire, The Water, and Maudie McGinn, by Sally J. Pla.
Middle grade is the sweet spot for books, and as the school year ends, it’s time to stock up on books for summer reading.
Author Kevin Crossley-Holland and illustrator Chris Riddell transport readers through time to Camelot in Arthur, The Always King.
Learn all about the United States Postal Service in Who’s Got Mail? The History of Mail in America, by Linda Barrett Osborne.
A girl with OCD accidentally lands a leading role in the summer musical in Shannon in the Spotlight, a middle-grade novel by Kalena Miller.