National Geographic Kids has added Beginner’s U.S. Atlas 2020, Kids U.S. Atlas 2020 and Kids Almanac 2021 to its lineup.
Browsing: ages 8-12
Former best friends must put their differences aside when they get lost in the woods in Rebecca Behrens’ Alone in the Woods.
a 12-year-old gets involved with local politics in Leila Sales and Kim Balacuit’s middle-grade novel, The Campaign.
J. Scott Savage’s Lost Wonderland Diaries delves into Lewis Carroll’s beloved world. It fell flat with me, but might not for you.
Lev Grossman’s The Silver Arrow is one of the most imaginative and absorbing middle-grade books I’ve read in a long time.
For thousands of years, humans have been building cities. Explore six of those cities in Cities in Layers, by Philip Steele and Andrés Lozano.
A new family finds its footing in Hilary McKay’s latest novel for middle-graders, The Time of Green Magic.
Family takes on a new form in Hana Tooke’s mysterious debut middle-grade novel, The Unadoptables.
Baseball and comic books aren’t two topics I’d generally like to read about, but somehow, in Chris Negron’s Dan Unmasked they work.
A group of girls unravel a mystery tied to famous pilot Amelia Earhart in Kristin L. Gray’s new middle-grade novel, The Amelia Six.