Real, by Carol Cujec and Peyton Goddard, is a life-changing look at life through the eyes of a non-verbal autistic girl.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Cathy Carr’s 365 Days to Alaska follows a girl from off-the-grid Alaska as she adapts to life in suburban Connecticut.
A girl faces unexpected consequences after mishandling dreams in Nicole Lesperance’s MG novel, The Nightmare Thief.
Chelsea Clinton’s popular She Persisted picture book expands to chapter books with She Persisted: Harriet Tubman.
Megan E. Freeman’s Alone is an engrossing MG debut about a girl who wakes up to find she’s the only person left her small Colorado town.
one to the Woods: Surviving a Lost Childhood follows the childhood events that helped shaped some of Gary Paulsen’s greatest stories.
Acclaimed author Barbara O’Connor delivers another heartfelt middle-grade novel with her latest book, Halfway to Harmony.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for your tween, look no further than John Flanagan’s Royal Ranger series for readers ages 10 and up.
The following are middle-grade books published in and/or reviewed on Cracking the Cover in 2020 that would make great gifts.
If you are on the lookout for a new middle-grade series, look no further than Pages & Co. by Anna James and illustrated by Paola Escobar.