Middle Grade Reviews

Blog Tour: Braidy von Althuis and the Final Fight

Join Us for this Tour from Oct 30 to Nov 20, 2020! Book Details: Book Title:  Braidy Von Althuis and the Final Fight (Book 5) by Cassidy Dwelis Book Series: Braidy Von Althuis Category:  Middle-Grade Fiction (Ages 8-12), 252 pages Genre:  Paranormal Publisher:  Precursor Publishing Release dates:   October 2020 Content Rating: PG: Some mild profanity…

Blog Tour: Braidy von Althuis and the Pesky Pest Controller Review

Join Us for this Tour from Oct 30 to Nov 20, 2020! Book Details: Book Title:  Braidy Von Althuis and the Final Fight (Book 5) by Cassidy Dwelis Book Series: Braidy Von Althuis Category:  Middle-Grade Fiction (Ages 8-12), 252 pages Genre:  Paranormal Publisher:  Precursor Publishing Release dates:   October 2020 Content Rating: PG: Some mild profanity…

Blog Tour: Araceli’s Path by Marion Surles – Book Trailer

ARACELI’S PATH Among Angels and Devils in Juarez by MARION SURLES Genre: Realistic Fiction / Border Stories / Mature Middle Grade Publisher: Love and Literacy Date of Publication: November 30, 2019 Number of Pages: 145 Scroll down for the giveaway! Araceli comes from a blended, dysfunctional family held together by the love of a grandmother.…

ARC Review: Eleanor, Alice, & the Roosevelt Ghosts by Dianne K. Salerni

Eleanor, Alice & the Roosevelt Ghosts Author: Dianne K. Salerni Published: August 25, 2020 Publisher: Holiday House Format: eBook Source: Edelweiss+ Murderous ghosts and buried family secrets threaten young Eleanor and Alice Roosevelt in this thrilling middle-grade novel that puts a supernatural spin on alternate history. It’s 1898 in New York City and ghosts exist…

@rararesources Blog Tour: Esme’s Gift by Elizabeth Foster

Esme’s Gift by Elizabeth Foster Genre: Middle-Grade / Fantasy Publication: November 30, 2019 Age Group: Middle-Grade Terror was within. Terror was without.Like her mother, she was at the water’s mercy.In the enchanted world of Aeolia, fifteen-year-old Esme Silver faces her hardest task yet. She must master her unruly Gift—the power to observe the past—and uncover…

Review: Simone LaFray and the Chocolatiers’ Ball by S.P. O’Farrell

Simone LaFray and the Chocolatier’s Ball Author: S.P. O’Farrell Published: May 13, 2019 Publisher: Brandylane Publishers Number of Pages: 138 Pages Format: Hardback Source: Purchased Simone LaFray had never questioned one thing – the character of her father. A fourth generation chocolatier and proprietor of a world famous patisserie, in her eyes he could do…

Review: The Colossus of Roads by Christina Uss

The Colossus of Roads Author: Christina Uss Published: May 5, 2020 Publisher: Margaret Ferguson Books Number of Pages: 224 pages Format: Hardback Source: Edelwiess+ Eleven-year-old Rick Rusek is determined to improve the traffic conditions in Los Angeles– his parent’s failing delivery catering service, Smotch, depends on it. “Traffic is a puzzle with one correct solution.…

Review: Cinders & Sparrows by Sefan Bachmann

Zita is an ordinary girl of 13, raised in an orphanage and employed as a maid.  Seemingly out of the blue, she receives a letter summoning her to Blackbird Castle to claim her inheritance.  Intrigued by the idea, Zita drops everything and travels to meet a peculiar cast of characters in an old mansion! Cinders…

Review: The Music the Stars Sang

The Music the Stars Sang is the story of Adi and Rupe, two brilliant characters that find each other by chance when Adi is placed with a foster family while her grandmother gets medical care.  The author uses music-oriented imagery to describe the beauty and the dangers of the world throughout the narrative.  After Adi’s grandmother…


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