Author Sandy Stark-McGinnis explores living in The Space Between Lost and Found in her emotional new novel for middle readers.
Browsing: ages 8-12
Tod Olson’s Into the Clouds follows the experiences of three groups of mountaineers as they attempt to summit the deadly K2.
The List of Things That Will Not Change, by Rebecca Stead, follows a girl adjusting to a new normal after her parent’s divorce.
Julia Nobel’s The Secret of White Stone Gate is a middle-grade mystery that should appeal to a large cross-section of readers.
I can’t read and review all the books that come to me. These are some February mg books not featured on Cracking the Cover but still deserve your attention.
How do you cope with the loss of a parent? Willa and the Whale, by Chad Morris and Shelly Brown, explores grief and the healing power of hope.
Middle school dynamics take center stage in Gillian McDunn’s emotionally on-point middle-grade novel, The Queen Bee and Me.
A pair of friends bite off more than they can chew in Margaret Finnegan’s new novel for middle graders, We Could Be Heroes.