|Summerlost (c)2016 Ally Condie|
On Amazon, the product description says "A tender and compelling contemporary novel for young readers about facing loss and finding friendship..."
|Wrong Side of Magic, The |
(c) 2016 Janette Rallison
Janette Rallison, a lady whom I know is a great writer because I've read many other her other books, branched into Middle Grade, to my delight, and wrote The Wrong Side of Magic. James Dashner had this to say about her book: "Whimsical, exciting, funny, adventurous--all the things I loved about books growing up."
|Mysteries of Cove: Gears of Revolution |
(c) 2016 J. Scott Savage
|Red: The True Story of Red Riding Hood |
(c) 2016 Leisl Shurtleff
Leisl Shurtleff's book Red, The True Story of Red Riding Hood is a New York Times Bestseller, and sounds like a book Middle Grade readers would eat up as greedily as Red's pal Goldie eats up porridge!
|Ghostsitter (c) 2016 Shelly Brown|
I'm really looking forward to reading these five books as a member of the Whitney Academy to vote on the winner. I'm not looking forward to deciding a winner though, because I already know that picking my favorite is going to be pretty tough!