Great Graphic Novels for Middle Grade
Fun Titles for Middle Grade Readers!
School can be tough, but try getting through it when your best friends are stolen, or your dad is obsessed with aliens, or no one even wants to be your friend!
Tune in to discover:
Nat for Nothing by MARIA SCRIVAN. Natalie is having a rough start to the school year, but her two best friends are having no trouble joining the clubs that interest them, like every student is supposed to. When Zoe makes the volleyball team with Nat's ex-BFF, Lily, meaning they're always together, Nat is over it! Nat's feeling betrayed, and she still hasn't found a club to join. But when Nat meets a new student who's having the same difficulty choosing a club, they decide to create one together. Could this be the solution to her problems?
Out There by SEAERRA MILLER. Julia’s dad believes he was abducted by aliens, and ever since then, he’s been obsessed with the extraterrestrial beings living out there. So when a festival commemorating the 75th anniversary of the infamous UFO crash in New Mexico rolls around, Julia turns down a dream vacation to Hawaii with her best friend to join her dad for a weekend trip to Roswell. But Julia soon finds she isn’t so sure whether her father really did get abducted. His memories are starting to sound increasingly shaky, and with them, her faith in him. Will this weekend bring the two closer together or only drive them apart?
- Ember and the Island of Lost Creatures by JASON PAMMENT. When Ember, a tiny boy (literally) all alone in a giant world, is enrolled in a school for little creatures on the mysterious Puzzle Island, he's over the moon! This hidden place is brimming with fantastical life, and though Ember loves it there, his new classmates don’t seem at all interested in being his friend. Suddenly, he finds himself at the heart of an otherworldly mystery that threatens everything he holds dear. But appearances can be deceiving — and friendship can come from the most unexpected of places.
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