Wendy S. Swore’s debut middle grade novel, A Monster Like Me, follows a girl who learns the term monster is more nuanced than she thought.
Browsing: ages 8-12
In Song for a Whale, a introspective middle-grade novel by Lynne Kelly, a young girl discovers her voice without saying a word.
Like many of her other books, the idea for How I Became a Spy was born out of one of Deborah Hopkinson’s earlier projects.
If you’re looking for a delightfully cinematic Victorian steampunk novel for middle-graders, look no further than Peter Bunzl’s Cogheart.
The Darkdeep is well-written mystery/fantasy/adventure that moves so smoothly you’d never guess there were two authors involved.
Jennifer Castle writes because she’s always written and says she’s honored to be the author of American Girl’s Girl of the Year Blaire.
This year, American Girl’s 2019 girl of the year is Blaire Wilson, a creative girl growing up on her family’s sustainable farm and B&B in upstate New York.
Once I settled in with Allison Rushby’s writing, The Turnkey of Highgate Cemetery moved quickly and played out in unexpected ways.
Journey of the Pale Bear author Susan Fletcher has always loved words—playing with them, their meanings and their sounds.