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Hello, Universe

“Hello, Universe” is a great book. It’s sweet and about friendship. I really liked this one and I don't like many middle grade stories anymore. “Hello, Universe” is a great book and should be added to the school library shelves. It’s about...

5 Stars

The Pages Between Us - Pages Between Us, #1

The Pages Between Us is filled with a really fun idea and concept of sharing based on artsy type of things like blogging and writing letters. I would have loved having someone to share with like this. I thought that it was a fun way to get...

4 Stars
  • Authors: Lindsey Leavitt, Robin Mellom
  • Review by: Deal Sharing Aunt
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Contemporary, Kids: Children's, Kids: Middle Grade
  • Publisher: HarperCollins

Watch Out, Hollywood! - More Confessions of a So-called Middle Child

Watch Out, Hollywood is a sequel to Confessions of a So-Called Middle Child, but it reads well as a standalone. The author made multiple mentions of events from book one, so it was easy to piece together the events that have led up to Watch...

5 Stars

The Blood Guard - The Blood Guard Series, #1

The Blood Guard by Carter Roy is an adventure novel about a boy by the Ronan Truelove whose mother is a member of an ancient order of knights called the Blood Guard. This secret society is sworn to protect the Pure made up of thirty six nob...


Secrets of the Book

This one my kid and I really enjoyed! I love books that will get everyone to read including the elusive boy! This book is filled with best friends, a great dog, and magic all rolled into one. I loved Gregor and Spencer's friendship. Gregor...

4 Stars

Ghost Prison

What a scary little story, Mr. Delaney wrote. I also thought the illustrations were fantastic. They added even more dimension to the already enjoyable story. We’re introduced to fifteen-year-old Billy Calder who is living in an orphanage. H...

5 Stars

Brick City - Global Icons to Make from LEGO

Reading Brick City by Warren Elsmore was like revisiting my childhood to a time when I had such fun creating with LEGOs. For some, building with LEGOs is a fun distraction and something to keep a child occupied on a rainy day. But for other...

5 Stars

Prince Puggly of Spud and the Kingdom of Spiff

Prince Puggly of Spud and the Kingdom of Spiff is the third novel by the talented Robert Paul Weston. This story, about the importance of fashion, reminds me of a twist on tale of the Emperor’s New Clothes. Prince Puggly of Spud and Princes...

  • Author: Robert Paul Weston
  • Review by: Jessie
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Kids: Children's, * Fantasy, Kids: Middle Grade, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Razorbill