A young British spy finds herself in the heart of the Nazi government in Kathryn Lasky’s new upper middle-grade novel, Faceless.
Browsing: ages 9-12
Jennifer A. Nielsen returns to the kingdom of Carthya in the fifth and final book in her Ascendance series, The Shattered Castle.
A ragtag group of kids join forces to pull off the heist of the century in Kevin Sands’ new middle-grade novel, Children of the Fox.
A girl uses makeup as a refuge while navigating friendships and her parents’ divorce in Barbara Dee’s Violets Are Blue.
A gifted artist finds her muse in the form of Claude, a police horse in Paris, in Stacy Gregg’s The Forever Horse.
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.