The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963, is a true gem in literature, with its themes and messages inspiring future generations.
Browsing: Middle Grade Books
Close Yet Far, by Roberta R. Carr and Sierra Treewater, is a compelling, thoughtful, and enjoyable read—perfect for the classroom or summer reading.
Tuck Everlasting is a compelling adventure story. Following the Tuck family gives you a unique perspective on the possibility of immortality.
Chris Grabenstein talks about his new hilarious picture book No Is All I Know and the latest book in The Smartest Kid in the Universe series: Evil Genius.
Grace Lin’s The Year of the Dog is an enchanting tale filled with heartwarming moments that captivate readers from start to finish.
Come on now; it’s time to go crazy over One Crazy Summer—an excellent and moving book punctuated with humor in all the right places.
Playing the Cards You’re Dealt is an enjoyable and thought-provoking book—especially for boys wondering what it takes to be a man.
The Sister Who Ate Her Brothers is a fantastic introduction to real fairy tales for questioning readers—but not for the faint-hearted!
Number the Stars won the 1990 Newbery Medal. Lois Lowry is the author of over forty books for young adults, for which she has won many awards.
In this interview, Rebecca Laxton discusses everything from activism and conservation efforts for young readers to The Metamorphosis of Emma Murry.