I Survived: The Galveston Hurricane, 1900, by Lauren Tarshis, follows a child through America’s deadliest disaster.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Every day has the potential for becoming a holiday in Judy Moody: In a Monday Mood, by Megan McDonald and Peter H. Reynolds.
Lindsay Currie’s What Lives in the Woods is a creepy mystery that’s perfect for middle-readers who love ghost stories.
A young shapeshifter is forced to take drastic actions when her family is threatened in Stephanie Burgis’ The Raven Heir.
How to Find What You’re Not Looking For, by Veera Hiranandani, follows a girl as she faces antisemitism and her own family’s prejudices.
A girl must face her fears in order to stand up for what’s right in Allison Varnes’ middle-grade novel Say It Out Loud.
Fans of ancient Egypt rejoice! The Curse of the Mummy: Uncovering Tutankhamun’s Tomb, by Candace Fleming, is as cool as the cover suggests.
A boy’s life is turned upside down when a meteorite falls in his family’s field in Betty Culley’s Down to Earth.
A card game between Life and Death determines a girl’s future in Lotería, by Karla Arenas Valenti and Dana SanMar.
A girl with widespread anxieties finds herself living on the same island as Typhoid Mary in J. Kasper Kramer’s The List of Unspeakable Fears.