Great Middle Grade Novels!

Great Middle Grade Novels!

Saturday, October 8th at 3:00PM EST

Virtual Middle Grade Event!

This fantastic event is full of exciting new stories for your young readers to enjoy!

Meet authors and get every curious readerly question answered in this virtual panel that celebrates some of the most exciting titles in middle grade! Featuring:

  • Two Degrees by ALAN GRATZ. #1 New York Times bestselling author Alan Gratz (Refugee; Ground Zero) is back, tackling the urgent topic of climate change in this breathtaking, action-packed novel that will keep readers turning pages!
  • Dinged by TOMMY GREENWALD. A teenage star football player watches his father deteriorate from injuries he suffered playing the very same sport. As NFL recruiters flag Caleb  Will Caleb keep playing the sport of his dreams, even if he knows how dangerous it can be?
  • Lolo’s Light by LIZ GARTON SCANLON. Unexpected tragedy changes Millie's life forever. Lolo, her neighbors' infant daughter, dies suddenly, inexplicably, on the night Millie babysits. It's not Millie's fault. There's nothing she could have done. And there's nothing she can do now... except find her own way.
  • Billion Dollar Girl by MEGAN SHULL. After a visit from Social Services goes horribly wrong, longing for security, River sets off on the run. Soon, a case of mistaken identity gives River a chance to live a life that she had never even dreamed. But, when her newfound safety is shattered, River discovers, against all odds — one in 307 million, to be exact — that life's true jackpot isn't anything that it seems.

  • NEW: Nowhere Better Than Here by SARAH GUILORYFor thirteen-year-old Jillian Robichaux, three things are sacred: bayou sunsets, her grandmother Nonnie’s stories, and the coastal Louisiana town of Boutin that she calls home. When the worst flood in a century hits, Jillian and the rest of her community band together as they always do — but this time the damage may simply be too great.

Saturday, October 8th at 3:00PM EST via Crowdcast!

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