It’s almost July, which means we’ll get a ton of new middle-grade or MG books to knock our socks off! Check out this slideshow to find the ones we’re excited about here at Let’s Fox…View More MG Books to Buy in July 2019!
1 of 4 It’s almost June, which means we’ll get a ton of new middle grade books to knock our socks off! Check out this slideshow to find the ones we’re excited about here at…View More MG Books to Buy In June
1 of 13 It’s a new month which means there are tons of great new books coming out! Here are some of the great books on the schedule for May 2019 with buy links to…View More Middle Grade Books to Buy in May
I read and loved Yoon Ha Lee’s Machineries of Empire trilogy (and associated short stories) and I’ve enjoyed both of the other books that have come out under the Rick Riordan Presents imprint. I knew…View More Review: Dragon Pearl by Yoon Ha Lee
Hello, little foxes! Today I’d like to introduce you to Gail D. Villanueva, author of the upcoming My Fate According to the Butterfly from Scholastic in 2019! ∼*∼ What made you become a writer? Was…View More Author Interview: Gail D. Villanueva
The Benefits of Being an Octopus is a debut novel that deals with the realities of poverty, gun and domestic violence – all through the eyes of a seventh grade girl who’s more used to…View More Review: The Benefits of Being An Octopus by Ann Braden
Hello, dear readers. Today, I’m here to introduce you to Melly, who stars in Drum Roll, Please, a delightful middle grade story by Lisa Jenn Bigelow that features a f/f crush at camp. If Drum Roll, Please sounds…View More Character Interview: Melly from Drum Roll, Please
Ellen Klages’ Out of Left Field is a story that tells the history of women and minorities in baseball, from the view of a 10-year-old girl who’s kicked out of Little League because of her gender.…View More Review: Out of Left Field by Ellen Klages