The stories of five young people living through World War I are weaved together in Jennifer A. Nielsen’s fantastic Lines of Courage.
Browsing: Middle Grade
A boy and his family learn about grief and forgiveness while caring for an ant farm in Betty Culley’s The Natural Genius of Ants.
A girl sets out to do her part following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in L.M. Elliott’s Louisa June and the Nazis in the Waves.
A tween sets out to discover why she acts the way she does in Nicole Melleby’s MG novel The Science of Being Angry.
Tae Keller’s Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone follows a girl who believes in aliens and the kids who alienate her for those beliefs.
Lorelei Savaryn reimagines The Secret Garden as magical realism in her new middle-grade novel, The Edge of In Between.
A cast of fairy tale characters collide in Once Upon Another Time, the first book in a new trilogy from author James Riley.
A socially awkward 12-year-old boy learns how to adapt following his mother’s stroke in Jennifer Ziegler’s new middle-grade novel, Worser.
April is World Autism Month. The following middle-grade books celebrate neurodiversity and differences both through nonfiction and fiction.
Two homeless sixth-graders bond over classical music in Karina Yan Glaser’s new middle-grade novel, A Duet for Home.