The following are just some of the middle-grade books that came out in March that I was unable to review, but are worth checking out.
Browsing: ages 6 & up
Easter is April 17. These are some Easter specific new releases that are sure to delight your young readers.
A spunky girl finds herself living on an island with her grandmother during her mom’s tough pregnancy in Elana K. Arnold’s Just Harriet.
Twenty Middle Eastern tales come to life in The Three Princes of Serendip: New Tellings of Old Tales for Everyone, by Rodaan Al Galidi.
A dog creates his own newspaper to help a friend in need in The Daily Bark: The Puppy Problem, by Laura James.
Bake, Make and Learn to Cook, a new cookbook from GBBO 2019 winner David Atherton is geared specifically for kids ages 6-10.
A lonely doll helps a girl adjust to family changes in Book Buddies: Ivy Lost and Found, by Cynthia Lord and Stephanie Graegin.
A boy must save his family business and his dream of becoming a deep-sea diver in The Secret of the Magic Pearl.
From the Newbery Medal-winning author of Sarah, Plain and Tall, comes a book about a dog and his owner in Barkus: The Most Fun.
Every day has the potential for becoming a holiday in Judy Moody: In a Monday Mood, by Megan McDonald and Peter H. Reynolds.