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Today, The Thirteen-Year-Old tells us about four of the books she’s been reading lately: Rogue Princess by B. R. Myers, Randoms by David Liss, The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge by M. T. Andersen and Eugene Yelchin, and Meteor Men by Jeff Parker, Sandy Jarrell and Kevin Yolo.
Five of the books the students at my local middle school read last January. #books #MG
The end of January is traditionally the time when I give up on whatever it is I’ve resolved to do differently this year. This year, I’m trying something different — not making the resolution until the end of January in the first place. Let’s see if that works. 🙂
In this week’s extract from my now-deleted Facebook archives, I resolve to read all of the green books in the house. (Happy New Year!)
The Caterpickles Middle Grade Gift Book Guide: Part 3 – Ten Great Nonfiction Books for Middle Schoolers
This week, we publish Part 3 of The Caterpickles Middle Grade Gift Book Guide – 10 Great Nonfiction Books for Middle Schoolers. Have you read any of these? What do you think? #books
This week, we publish Part 2 of The Caterpickles Middle Grade Gift Book Guide – 15 Great Middle Grade Novels and 10 Well-Known Series that Kids Keep Checking Out at my middle school library. #books
My favorite thing about December is that people start asking me for book recommendations. This year, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about good books for middle schoolers, so I thought I’d share my recommendations on Caterpickles. This week… 10 ten great middle grade graphic novels.
Mouse Guard: Fall 1152, the first book in David Petersen’s graphic novel series about a band of warrior mice reads like a cross between Jill Barklem’s Brambly Hedge and Brian Jacques’ Redwall.
Mister Monday, the first book in Garth Nix’s The Keys to the Kingdom fantasy series is an extraordinary fantasy novel of competing agendas, time-bending experiences, and mysteriously fatal epidemics.