Introduce young readers to the universe’s unique building blocks in Lisa Congdon’s The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Elements.
Browsing: Middle Grade
A young homebody is forced to think outside of the box in Tricia Springstubb’s The Most Perfect Thing in the Universe.
National Geographic Kids Almanac 2022, Life Hacks, and More Surprising Stories are three great options for summer reading.
A boy gets the chance of a lifetime when he’s selected to compete on a TV cooking show in Chris Negron’s The Last Super Chef.
A girl’s world is turned upside down when her uncle/guardian suddenly disappears in Judith Eagle and Jo Rioux’s The Secret Starling.
A pack of rescued dogs wonder about their future when a new dog disrupts their home and routines in Carolyn Crimi’s Secondhand Dogs.
Pizazz is the first book in a new middle-grade series by Sophy Henn featuring a girl and her superhero family.
It’s Perfectly Normal, by Robie H. Harris and Michael Emberley, has now been updated with new information and art.
A teen struggles to find herself within the confines of anxiety and depression in Nicole Melleby’s How to Become a Planet.
A teen must learn to overcome her fear of the ocean in Wendy S. Swore’s latest middle-grade novel, Strong Like the Sea.