Middle Grade Carousel is a series of monthly challenges for lovers and readers of middle grade books. Our theme for February is…
To the Letter
It’s easy to take for granted the wonder that is written language. Thanks to a series of silly symbols, we can communicate with friends, remember past events, and—best of all—enjoy stories from all around the world.
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Have you spotted any wintery Middle Grade covers recently? Add to our collection in the comments!
Here’s what we’re up to this month:
Find out how you can participate in our regularly scheduled #MGCarousel challenge.
You’ll polish off your to read pile in no time with our specially-designed bingo board.
Feel free to join us! The more the merrier.
Finding the best reading snack can be tricky. Too sticky, and you might accidentally glue the book. Dusty foods would leave fingerprints. Juggling utensils and turning pages is a dangerous business. But, as connoisseurs and well-practiced Snack-While-You-Readers, we have come up with some go-to favorites.
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A fun twist on the personality bingo that’s been sweeping the internet nation! Which Kinde Lady do you more closely resemble?
Did you fill out the Bingo meme, too? Link us up so we can take the test!
And if you love Bingo, check out our Summer Reading Bingo challenge.
Kathleen Van Cleve
“Harry, my best friend, is a chocolate rhubarb plant.”
Polly Peabody’s family lives on what can only be called a magical farm. Their house is a castle. Nobody can Continue reading “Drizzle”
Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library
Mr. Lemoncello’s Library, #1
“Should anything go wrong, we have paramedics, firefighters, and a team of Navy SEALS—each with the heart of a samurai—standing by.”
ESCAPE FROM MR. LEMONCELLO’S LIBRARY
For the Grand Opening of an eccentric billionaire’s elaborate new downtown library, twelve lucky children will Continue reading “Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library”