A family is pushed to the limit as its members race to create a chapeau that could help bring peace to their kingdom in The Hatmakers.
Browsing: ages 9-12
Author Alan Gratz explores the events of 9/11 and its aftermath in Ground Zero, a new novel for middle readers.
The premise of Name Tags and Other Sixth-Grade Disasters is strong and the humor laced throughout is a bonus, but it could be a lot better.
Catherine Fisher’s The Clockwork Crow is a magical mystery that will transport readers to Victorian Wales.
Barbara Dee’s latest middle-grade novel, My Life in the Fish Tank, is one of my favorite books of 2020.
A girl sets out to find her missing father and finds friends and adventure in the process in Beth McMullen’s Lola Benko, Treasure Hunter.
A girl and her family find themselves on the wrong side of a creepy local legend in Allison Rushby’s delightful The Mulberry Tree.
I don’t know exactly what I was expecting from Paul Acampora’s Danny Constantino’s First (And Maybe Last?) Date, but what I got was delightful.
David Almond and David Litchfield’s War is Over is a short novel — I read it in about 40 minutes — that packs a large emotional punch.
Katharine Orton’s Nevertell is a magical tale set in the Siberian cold. It’s a fast-moving read that has an air of a ghost story mixed with magical realism.