Author Archives: Greg Pattridge

About Greg Pattridge

Climbing another mountain...writing middle grade novels.

MIDDLE GRADE… IN THE NEWS 4/19/18

Here are a few news and special feature articles I’ve enjoyed the past week (If you missed any of the previous posts click here to see them all): 1. The New York Times gives a nod to several recent MG … Continue reading

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MMGM for 4/16/18

The #MMGM LINKS for APRIL 16, 2018 (Click on a MMGM graphic to reach their post) 1. I have a review of  CLASS ACTION. You can scroll down to read or select the MMGM graphic>>>>>> 2. Author, June McCrary Jacobs … Continue reading

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CLASS ACTION

WELCOME TO ANOTHER MARVELOUS MIDDLE GRADE MONDAY! Good morning class. Your assignment is to read chapters one through five in your Judicial History textbook, answer the questions at the end of each chapter, and summarize how a case is heard … Continue reading

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BONE’S GIFT by Angie Smibert

Welcome to the fifth day for BONE’S GIFT Blog Tour! The story is the first in a three book series. The setting pulls you in from the start—a Virginia coal-mining town in 1942, where the horrors and realities of World War … Continue reading

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MIDDLE GRADE…IN THE NEWS 4/12/18

Here are a few news and special feature articles I’ve enjoyed the past week (If you missed any of the previous posts click here to see them all): 1. Kudos to the city of Denver for hosting the seventh annual … Continue reading

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MMGM for 4/9/18

The #MMGM LINKS for APRIL 9, 2018 (Click the colored links to reach each site) I have a review of Spamly Warthington: (Almost) Secret Agent. You can scroll down to read (Also linked via the blue chain links). Author, June … Continue reading

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SPAMLY WARTHINGTON (ALMOST) SECRET AGENT

It’s another MARVELOUS MIDDLE GRADE MONDAY! I’ll be honest. I hate prologues. That made the first moments of my time with SPAMLY WARTHINGTON like I’d made a wrong turn. Thirteen pages in I finally reached chapter one and all was … Continue reading

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