A gifted artist finds her muse in the form of Claude, a police horse in Paris, in Stacy Gregg’s The Forever Horse.
Browsing: ages 9-12
The author behind The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings comes to life for younger readers in Simonetta Carr’s J. R. R. Tolkien for Kids.
Learn about two of the most influential activists in Threads of Peace: How Mohandas Ghandhi and Marting Luther King Jr. Changed the World.
A young homebody is forced to think outside of the box in Tricia Springstubb’s The Most Perfect Thing in the Universe.
A teen struggles to find herself within the confines of anxiety and depression in Nicole Melleby’s How to Become a Planet.
The Firebird Song (Bloomsbury Children’s Books) is a strong standalone middle-grade fantasy novel by debut author Arnée Flores.
A young pickpocket’s world gets turned upside down when he steals a cursed item in Alison Croggon’s The Threads of Magic.
A young Jane Austen sets out to solve a mysterious haunting in Julie Golding’s Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery.
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.
Author Alan Gratz explores the events of 9/11 and its aftermath in Ground Zero, a new novel for middle readers.