One more round of great MG reviews and features for March. Click on a book stack to reach a blogger’s post:
At ALWAYS in the MIDDLE I have a review of WAVE by Diana Farid.
Carol Baldwin is doing a brotherly shift again as Elliott Kurta returns with a review and GIVEAWAY of PICTURING A NATION.
Sue Heavenrich features a MG non-fiction title over at Archimedes Notebook: Herbaria: A Guide for Young People, by Kelly LaFarge.
Patricia Tilton at Children’s Book’s Heal has a book older MG readers can look forward to reading as they transition to the next level. It’s Lies Like Wildfire by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez, a thriller for teens and young adults.
Maria Antonia tells us about KID SPY: MAC SAVES THE WORLD by Mac Barnett.
Alex Baugh is at The Children’s War with a review of Louisa June and the Nazis in the Waves by L.M. Elliott.
Karen Yingling at Mrs. Yingling Reads always has a fantastic MMGM book to share. Be sure to check it out along with her other reviews from last week including Friday’s AIR by Monica Roe.
If you would like to join in the MMGM fun and get your own spot in the parade, all you have to do is blog about a middle grade book you love on a Monday (contests, author interviews and whatnot also count–but are most definitely not required) and email me the title of the book you’re featuring and a link to your blog at gpcolo (at) gmail (dot) com
(Make sure you put MMGM or Marvelous Middle Grade Monday in the subject line so it gets sorted accurately–and please don’t forget to say what book you’re featuring)
You MUST email me your link by Sunday evening (11 PM Eastern Time) in order to be included in the list of links for the coming Monday.
Thanks for spreading the middle grade love and for being a part of this awesome tradition begun by Shannon Messenger and carried on here at ALWAYS in the MIDDLE! (CLICK HERE FOR PAST MMGM POSTS)
*Please note: these posts are not a reflection of my own opinions on the books featured. Each blogger is responsible for their own MMGM content and I do not pre-screen reviews ahead of time, nor do I control what books they choose. I simply assemble the list based on the links that are emailed to me.