From the cover to the last page of Jackson Pearce’s middle-grade novel Ellie Engineer, there’s no doubt that it is a STEM book.
Browsing: ages 8-12
The following are middle-grade books (listed in no particular order) I think deserve recognition, even though I haven’t read them yet.
If you’re a fan of darker middle-grade fantasy, then MarcyKate Connolly’s Shadow Weaver may be up your alley. It’s the first book in a duology that’s filled with mystery, magic and adventure.
Each year, American Girl announces a Girl of the Year. This year, that girl is Luciana Vega, a girl with a passion for space.
The Eternity Elixir, the first book in Frank L. Cole’s Potion Masters trilogy, has all the makings of a fast-paced and enjoyable middle-grade fantasy.
It’s not often I find a book that I read through cover-to-cover in one sitting, but in the case of Escape From Aleppo, by N.H. Senzai, I couldn’t help myself.
Shirley Parenteau’s Dolls of War tells the story of a Japanese friendship doll and the American girl who cared for her during WWII.
It’s easy as a reader to become so swept up in Avi’s new middle-grade novel, The Player King, that you keep reading straight through to the end.
I started reading R.M. Romero’s The Dollmaker of Kraków not knowing what to expect. I finished it wondering why more people weren’t talking about it.
We may be closing in on Halloween, but a strong spooky story like Lindsay Currie’s The Peculiar Incident on Shady Street is worth reading any time of year.