A girl comes face to face with Norse gods when she learns her puppy is going to bring the end of the world in Greg van Eekhout’s Fenris & Mott.
Browsing: ages 8-12
The Ultimate Food Atlas from National Geographic Kids is exactly the sort of book I’d hand to any kid who is curious about the world.
Two unusual girls find friendship and mystery in Hanna Tooke’s ghostly new middle-grade novel, The Midnighters.
A young girl sets out to map the world and make a name for herself in Christina Soontornvat’s high-seas adventure, The Last Mapmaker.
An honor student temps fate when she steals the answers to her school’s quiz bowl in Kate Egan’s Golden Ticket.
Three young adventurers set out to save a new species of octopus in Samantha San Miguel’s debut middle-grade novel Spineless.
What better way to kick off the summer than to visit Wretched Waterpark, the first book in Kiersten White’s new Sinister Summer Series?
A girl discovers her strengths with the help of a famous poet and a family of pachyderms in Singing with Elephants, by Margarita Engle.
The following are just some of the middle-grade books that came out in April that I was unable to review, but are worth checking out.
The following are just some of the middle-grade books that came out in March that I was unable to review, but are worth checking out.