A girl’s world gets turned upside down the summer her cousin comes to visit in Brenda Woods’ When Winter Robeson Came.
Browsing: ages 10 & up
The Crown Heist is the third installment of the Lost Art Mysteries middle-grade series written by Deron R. Hicks.
Return to the world of the Ranger’s Apprentice in the fifth installment of John Flanagan’s The Royal Ranger series, Escape from Falaise.
Genzaburo Yoshino’s How Do You Live? follows a teenage boy as he navigates friendship and the loss of his father.
The following are just some of the middle-grade books that came out recently that I was unable to review, but are worth checking out.
Lindsay Currie’s What Lives in the Woods is a creepy mystery that’s perfect for middle-readers who love ghost stories.
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.