Jennifer Adam imagines a world of witches, magical animals and a wicked queen in her debut middle-grade fantasy, The Last Windwitch.
Browsing: ages 8-12
Hena Khan brings Pakistani American culture to life in her lovely middle-grade books Amina’s Voice and Amina’s Song.
Karen Cushman explores life on the home front during WWII from a child’s point of view in War and Millie McGonigle.
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s beloved A Little Princess is reimagined with a magical twist in Alyssa Colman’s The Gilded Girl.
Follow an Egyptian immigrant as she navigates the ups and downs of sixth grade in the middle-grade novel The Magical Reality of Nadia.
Amanda Foody transports readers to world where humans bond with magical beasts in her middle-grade debut, The Accidental Apprentice.
An unexpected friendship changes a girl’s outlook on life in Gillian McDunn’s middle-grade novel These Unlucky Stars.
Jennifer A. Nielsen’s latest novel, Rescue, follows a girl who finds herself on the wrong side of the Nazis in WWII France.
March is Women’s History Month. To help you celebrate, here are some recently released books that celebrate women’s accomplishments.
Are you looking for an adventure with broad appeal? Then check out Ally Carter’s Winterborne Home for Mayhem and Mystery.