I’ve noticed now that I’ve been reading more middle grade books that I also am finally realizing how many middle grade books are being published. Today is the release day for Maya and the Rising Dark by Rena Barron. This book has a stunning cover and the synopsis sounds amazing. Today I want to talk about this book! Keep on reading to find out more about Maya and the Rising Dark!
This year middle grade has had a lot of amazing books and I have a feeling there are quite a few to come. The Wild Path is one of these books. It sounded so amazing that both of us knew we needed to read it. So we knew we had to sign up for the book tour. Today is our stop on the tour hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. We’re going to share our review and some favorite quotes.
I’ve mentioned it quite a few times lately, but middle grade books are something I’ve been loving lately. So when I saw the signups for The Beast and The Bethany I knew I had to be a part of that! This book doesn’t release until October, but believe me it’s worth the wait!! Keep on reading for all of my thoughts about this book.
A big thank you to Dave from The Write Reads and Egmont UK for providing me with an e-ARC to read and review.
As you know, I’ve been wanting to read more middle grade this year. I’ve been doing pretty good with that. Today I’m on the blog tour of one as well, The Ship of Shadows. When The Write Reads mentioned this book, I had to sign up. Female pirates?!? Yes, please! Today I want to tell you what I thought about this book!
A big thanks to The Write Reads and Penguin for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
As you know if you’ve been following the blog, you’ll know I’m a fan of middle grade books and have been reading more of them lately. So I was really excited when Algonquin Young Readers contacted me to ask if I wanted to participate with a review for the blog tour for In the Role of Brie Hutchens by Nicole Melleby. So keep on reading to find out what I thought of this book that releases today!
A big thanks to Algonquin Young Readers and the author for providing me with an ARC on Netgalley to read and review.
Last week I posted my review of Changeling and couldn’t wait to read the sequel. The Unready Queen released yesterday and it was another magical adventure. Today for my stop on the blog tour, I want to tell you what I thought of this book.
A big thank you to Algonquin Young Readers for providing me an e-arc on Netgalley to read and review!
We’ve said it before, but middle grade books really are starting to become a bigger part of our TBR. I’ve really been enjoying them lately, so when I was approached for the blog tour for the second book in The Oddmire series, I couldn’t say know. Even though these books can be read separately, it’s still fun to read them all. Today I want to talk about the first book, Changeling!
A big thanks to Algonquin Young Readers for providing me with an ARC on Netgalley!
As you know, last month was middle grade May! Both of us were able to read quite a few middle grade books, including Ghost Squad. This book was also a group read in the TBR & Beyond group and if you go look, there’s a live chat to watch with Claribel A. Ortega. Today we want to talk about this book!
As you know, May is often seen as middle grade May. I decided to get an early start and listened to Dear Sweet Pea. This was my first book by Julie Murphy and I enjoyed it! Keep on reading to find out what I thought about this book.
Yesterday I posted my review for Aru Shah and the Song of Death. Today I’m continuing with my review for the next book in this series, Aru Shah and the Tree of Wishes. My review is a part of the blog tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. A big thanks to the, the author and publisher for providing me with an ARC to read and review!