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.
Browsing: ages 9-12
What do you do when your parents’ expectations aren’t something you can live up to? Sarah Jean Horwitz explores that idea in The Dark Lord Clementine.
Writing for young readers is a tremendous honor, says Nicole Valentine, author of the middle grade novel A Time Traveler’s Theory of Relativity.
The Transparency Tonic is the second book in Frank L. Cole’s Potion Masters series, which follows Gordy, a potion master in training.
Donna Gephart explores how friendship adds balance in tweens’ lives in her latest novel for middle-graders, In Your Shoes.
Derek Landy says his middle-grade Skulduggery Pleasant books are, “Funny.” and “Full of action.” On May 1, the series is relaunching in the U.S.
A Journey Through Art is a beautiful book that offers bite-size snippets of information that are easy to digest. It’s a great nonfiction addition to our home library.
Jeffrey Michael Ruby’s Penelope March is Melting is, for the most part, a fast-paced middle-grade mystery chock full of twists and turns.
There are so many things to like about Melanie Heuiser Hill’s Giant Pumpkin Suite: the brother-sister relationship, science, music and friendship.