Jessica Day George is a well-known figure on the mglit/yalit scene, and her latest book for middle-graders, The Rose Legacy, only serves to solidify her place.
Browsing: MG interview
Learn more about the authors who create the middle-grade books we’ve come to know and love with Cracking the Cover’s in-depth interviews.
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.
Mira Bartók’s The Wonderling is set in a slightly steampunk Victorian land that borders between Dickensian realism and fairytale magic.
Shelley Johannes’ Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker is an illustrated chapter book about a third-grader who sees the world differently.
“I think teaching has given me a heightened sense of empathy,” says Karen English, author of the middle-grade novel It all Comes Down to This.
Annie Parnell is revisiting the world Betty MacDonald created in a new series, Missy Piggle-Wiggle, and she’s joined forces with Ann M. Martin to do it.
Survival expert Terry Lynn Johnson pulls from her own experiences when she writes, including in her new middle-grade series, Survivor Diaries.
Fiction author/agent Ammi-Joan Paquette turned to client Laurie Ann Thompson to help her create a book about crazy-but-true stories — Two Truths and a Lie.
Since 2002, E.D. Baker has written a total of nine Tales of the Frog Princess books, the most recent, The Frog Princess Returns, released June 6.
“Dragons and chocolate are two of my favorite things in the world,” says Stephanie Burgis who wrote Dragon with a Chocolate Heart as a treat for herself.