The InbeTWEENers: 25 Great Books for Kids Between Middle Grade and Young AdultWant to print your favorite book lists? Subscribe now! This post may include affiliate links. That means if you click and make a purchase, I may earn a small commission. I have a soft spot for excellent middle grade books. They know that kids are often grappling with difficult issues, or that kids every day encounter friends and classmates who are.
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Dystopian literature! It feels like a curse, a burden that one person alone could never bear. But when he meets Ruby, a baby elephant taken from the. Share: Share Tweet Pin shares.
Peter is happily exploring his new environment. Unless, of course. Get Updates. But they are in middle school now.
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Past the cute stages of early childhood and not quite big enough to be a full fledged teen or young adult, kids in their middle years face a very particular set of challenges and experiences: Friendships change and die, interests and hobbies wax and wane, and bodies, well, bodies start changing. Finding these books can be a challenge, since the majority of kid sections both in libraries and in bookstores are divided into Middle Grade and Young Adult. Middle grade, as the fine print on most of the books will tell you, is geared at 8 to 12 year olds. Young adult is 14 and up. Kids in the middle of these ranges tend to vacillate back and forth between the two genres as they see fit, a method that generally works, but could be made more efficient with the help of a friendly librarian or bookseller. Having recently taken over a middle school book club, I have become particularly obsessed with finding great books for middle schoolers. I look for books with protagonists between , who may or may not be on the verge of a more independent phase of their lives, possibility starting to consider their peers with romantic interest, and who basically experience a mini coming of age.
But his motives may not be as malicious as they seem. Or at least all will never be the same! Imposters by Scott Westerfield.
Pax by Sara Pennypacker. Wings of Fire series by Tui T! Her choice will shock her community and herself. Make my brother stop dressing like a pirate.