A teen must learn to overcome her fear of the ocean in Wendy S. Swore’s latest middle-grade novel, Strong Like the Sea.
Browsing: ages 8-12
A girl’s life is turned upside down when she starts bursting into Bollywood routines in Supriya Kelkar’s That Thing About Bollywood.
Alyson Gerber takes on the issues of body image and self-esteem in her new contemporary middle-grade novel, Taking Up Space.
Long Lost is New York Times bestselling author Jacqueline West’s newest middle-grade mystery, and it’s a good one.
Unsettled, by Reem Faruqi, follows a Pakistani girl and her family as they settle into their new lives in America.
Two pairs of friends find themselves linked together across three decades in Elizabeth Eulberg’s The Best Worst Summer.
Explore the magical and mysterious world of Fungi in Big Picture Press’ fantastic Welcome to the Museum book Fungarium.
A girl and her two best friends set out to save orphaned beaver kits in Terry Lynn Johnson’s Rescue at Lake Wild.
Jennifer Adam imagines a world of witches, magical animals and a wicked queen in her debut middle-grade fantasy, The Last Windwitch.
Hena Khan brings Pakistani American culture to life in her lovely middle-grade books Amina’s Voice and Amina’s Song.