“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.
Browsing: Middle Grade
Being a teen is hard enough without losing a parent. Things are about to get even more complicated for the lead character in Carol Weston’s Speed of Life.
Lindsey Becker’s The Star Thief is unlike any other middle-grade novel I’ve read. It’s part magic, part steampunk and part mystery.
Before Adrienne Kress could write, her father would write stories for her. Now, the author of The Explorers: The Door in the Alley writes them down herself.
Lauren Wolk’s Beyond the Bright Sea is a beautiful read. And though its target audience is upper middle grade, it should appeal to YA readers and beyond.
Rachelle Delaney’s latest middle-grade novel, The Bonaventure Adventures, takes place in a circus school in Montreal, Canada.
Ruth Lauren wrote the middle-grade novel Prisoner of Ice and Snow because she wanted to have fun and write an adventure for girls about girls.
Johanna Hurwitz has penned more than 75 books for children. But the author of The Two and Only Kelly Twins didn’t publish her first book until she was 38.
Though Jennifer Trafton says she has to work at it, you’d never question her imagination when reading her latest book, Henry and the Chalk Dragon.