A girl sets out to do her part following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in L.M. Elliott’s Louisa June and the Nazis in the Waves.
Browsing: ages 8-12
Tae Keller’s Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone follows a girl who believes in aliens and the kids who alienate her for those beliefs.
Lorelei Savaryn reimagines The Secret Garden as magical realism in her new middle-grade novel, The Edge of In Between.
A cast of fairy tale characters collide in Once Upon Another Time, the first book in a new trilogy from author James Riley.
April is World Autism Month. The following middle-grade books celebrate neurodiversity and differences both through nonfiction and fiction.
Two homeless sixth-graders bond over classical music in Karina Yan Glaser’s new middle-grade novel, A Duet for Home.
An orphaned giant struggles to find friendship and a place he can call home in Dustin Hansen’s The Legend of the Dream Giants.
Pottery class becomes something more than an elective in Paul Acampora’s fantastic new middle-grade novel, In Honor of Broken Things.
Set during outbreak of COVID, Kelly Yang’s New from Here follows an Asian American boy as he faces racism amidst family separation.
Gillian McDunn’s new middle-grade novel, Honestly Elliott, follows a kid he navigates family, friendship and his ever-present ADHD.