A family learns to love the outdoors with the help of their dog in Meg Rosoff and Grace Easton’s early chapter book McTavish Goes Wild.
Browsing: ages 7-12
Jasmine Green Rescues is a fun — new to the US — early chapter series that will appeal to young animal lovers and their parents alike.
Since 1981, Claudia Mills has written more than 50 books for children. Her latest chapter book is Nixie Ness, Cooking Star.
Jessie Burton’s The Restless Girls differs from Twelve Dancing Princesses in one big way — the princesses themselves do all the rescuing.
The Rizzlerunk Club: Best Buds Under Frogs is Leslie Patricelli’s first middle-grade novel and it’s based on her own fourth-grade experience.
The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street, by Karina Yan Glaser, is a charming middle-grade novel that would be fun read aloud or individually.
Shelley Johannes’ Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker is an illustrated chapter book about a third-grader who sees the world differently.
The Henry Whiskers series by Gigi Priebe is an excellent example of books for the lower middle-grade that are enjoyable and don’t talk down to readers.