Tag Archives: middle grade

#MGBookmas Day 3: Favorite Sweet Treat In an MG Book

15 Dec

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I’m going to be participating in this year’s #MGBookmas list – look for titles for the next 12 days that fit each of these fun categories! You can participate to on Instagram, Twitter or your own blog! Follow #MGBookmas for everyone’s choices. Continue reading

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Book Riot’s Gift Giving Guide: Middle Grade Titles

14 Dec

br_logo_circle_vector1I love the format of this list! It takes common classic middle grade titles and offers a number of options that haven been published this year that are similar! It’s a well thought out, diverse list of titles, many of which I’ve already read, but some are new to me (which is always exciting!) If you’re looking for some really great suggestions for middle grade titles, check out this extensive list of titles that I can’t wait to comb through and add some new titles to my TBR list. It doesn’t hurt that the author of this list, Karina Glaser, is also the author of The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street, published this year and an adorable story of family during the holiday season!

#MGBookmas Day 2: Favorite Book Set During the Winter

14 Dec

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I’m going to be participating in this year’s #MGBookmas list – look for titles for the next 12 days that fit each of these fun categories! You can participate to on Instagram, Twitter or your own blog! Follow #MGBookmas for everyone’s choices. Continue reading

MG Bookmas

13 Dec

mg bookmas

I’m going to be participating in this year’s #MGBookmas list – look for titles for the next 12 days that fit each of these fun categories! You can participate to on Instagram, Twitter or your own blog! Follow #MGBookmas for everyone’s choices. Continue reading

Top Ten Tuesday: Favorite Titles of 2017

12 Dec

I took the time to promote some titles that I haven’t seen as much buzz about (that also fit together as they all have blue-ish, green covers). I wanted to steer clear from some of the titles and authors that EVERYONE has heard about – Rick Riordan, Alan Gratz, Katherine Applegate, etc. And not that there’s anything wrong with those books – I loved them too, but I wanted to take the chance to promote a few titles that people might not have heard about – all of which would make great reads as we finish up 2017.

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  1. Elsie May Has Something to Say by Nancy J. Cavanaugh
  2. The Someday Birds by Sally J. Pla
  3. Rise of the Jumbies by Tracey Baptiste
  4. Forget Me Not by Ellie Terry
  5. Click’d by Tamara Ireland Stone
  6. The Lotterys Plus One by Emma Donoghue
  7. The List by Patricia Forde
  8. Race to the Bottom of the Sea by Lindsay Eagar
  9. The Stars Beneath Our Feet by David Barclay Moore
  10. Hello, Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly

Top Ten Tuesday is an original feature/weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish

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