A group of kids set out on a quest to counter a dark prediction in Quest Kids and the Dark Prophecy of Doug, by Mark Leiknes.
Browsing: ages 8-12
Hispanic Heritage Month is Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. These books for middle readers are an excellent choice for celebrating Hispanic voices.
Graphic novels, including Get Outer My Space, The Beyond, and Oliver’s Great Big Universe are a great way to get kids excited about reading.
Young sleuths set out to find a missing millionaire in The A&A Detective Agency: The Fairfleet Affair, by K. H. Saxton.
Eight kids find out if they are truly extra in The (Super Secret) Octagon Valley Society, a new middle-grade adventure by Melissa de la Cruz.
Maddie and Will travel to Celtica to investigate mysterious attacks in the sixth Royal Ranger book by John Flanagan, Arazan’s Wolves.
Two siblings fight to stay together when their mother disappears in Forget-Me-Not Blue, by Sharelle Byars Moranville.
A boy. A cat. A free little library. Three ghosts, And a mystery. Welcome to The Lost Library, by Rebecca Stead and Wendy Mass.
Learn the stories behind some of the best-known works of art in Splat!: The Most Exciting Artists of All Time, by Mary Richards.
A tween who has inherited her family’s ability to commune with the dead creates her own business in Totally Psychic, by Brigid Martin.