#BookMatch is a great new way to find read-alikes for students ages 9 and up in the library or at home or in the bookshop!
In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read a middle grade mystery.
These middle grade and YA fantasy novels by Indian writers are fresh and diverse stories that honor the history and culture of India, including The Library of Fates by Aditi Khorana.
Whatever the young reader in your life is into, there's a graphic novel for them! Find newer middle grade graphic novels to gift this year.
Pick up these delightfully eerie middle grade books for young readers who enjoy some scares, from ghost and ghouls to creepy houses!
The friendships in these middle grade books overcome challenges, act as support systems, and give kids a sense of bonding and community.
The clues are there, all that's needed are some clever kids to solve the mystery. Find them in these books about kid detectives.
Adults aren’t the only ones who love s good “whodunit.” Get those young sleuths on the case with these detective books for kids, like Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson.
They came, they saw, they kicked some butt: books about girls in sports for early, middle grade, and young adult readers.
A list of thrilling, chilling horror books for middle grade readers to reach for this spooky season, like Lilac Skully and the Haunted House by Amy Cesari.
These middle grade books about resilient children can help young readers make sense of tough situations, and remind adults of what it's like to be a kid.
Get cozy with a bag of apple cider doughnuts and check out these delightfully eerie middle grade ghost stories.
If you loved popular middle grade books like Beezus and Ramona, Coraline, and more, try these adult fiction books with similar themes.
Highlighting characters of color, characters with disabilities, and kids facing unique challenges, these middle grade books will help readers build empathy.