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So You Want To Read Middle Grade: More 2014 Titles to Look Forward To


2014 is turning out to be a great year for middle grade! Here are even more 2014 middle grade releases to look forward to this year. And if you missed part one, be sure to check out Middle Grade to Look Forward to in 2014.



-A young restaurant reviewer? Love it!


-It's hard to believe that it's been long enough for September 11th to be the main plot of a novel, but this one sounds intense!


-Haven't you always longed for a middle grade book about band geeks?


-A great cover and I've read some great reviews which have gotten me excited to read this one!


-The tagline "Saving the school one con at a time" sold me.


-Family secrets and a mystery? Yes please!


-Maps, mysteries, and a gorgeous cover-I'm in love!


What other middle grade novels are you looking forward to this year?


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  1. These all look and sound amazing! Thanks for sharing them. Tweeting....

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  2. Thanks for the heads up on some new titles I missed, off to add to the TBR.

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  3. These all look SO good. I've got ARCs of both THE TIME OF BUTTERFLIES and THE GLASS SENTENCE -- so excited to read them!

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  4. Awesome collection of books. I'm looking forward to KGL's latest.

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  5. Map Makers: The Glass Sentence this book seem so amazing.

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