Baseball and comic books aren’t two topics I’d generally like to read about, but somehow, in Chris Negron’s Dan Unmasked they work.
Browsing: Middle Grade
A girl and her family find themselves on the wrong side of a creepy local legend in Allison Rushby’s delightful The Mulberry Tree.
I don’t know exactly what I was expecting from Paul Acampora’s Danny Constantino’s First (And Maybe Last?) Date, but what I got was delightful.
The Princess Rules, by Philippa Gregory, includes Princess Florizella, Princess Florizella and the Wolves and Princess Florizella and the Giant.
A group of girls unravel a mystery tied to famous pilot Amelia Earhart in Kristin L. Gray’s new middle-grade novel, The Amelia Six.
Magic and the real world collide in Erin Bowman’s delightful new middle-grade novel, The Girl and the Witch’s Garden.
The Sewer Rat Stink follows Geronimo Stilton and his best friend Hercule as they head into the underground sewer world to investigate a stinky smell.
The Questioneers is the brainchild of author Andrea Beaty. Her latest early chapter book is Iggy Peck and the Mysterious Mansion.
Gennifer Choldenko’s Orphan Eleven is an engaging read that grabs you from the first page, and makes you want to know more long after you’ve finished.
Michele Weber Hurwitz’s new middle-grade novel, Hello from Renn Lake, is a moving story of friendship and family, and the power of activism.