If there’s one thing that we love here at Middle Grade Carousel, it’s a game! Upon spying a challenge issued by Christie Megill on Twitter, we flew to our home library with an eye toward book titles that say something about our personalities. Here’s what we found.
Can you find book titles that describe you in some way?
We were lucky to have a camera on hand when our copy of The Griffin’s Feather arrived! And look, an orange cover.
I’ve been enjoying the magical and melancholy works of Michelle Cuevas!
Have you discovered any new authors recently?
June 21 is National Selfie Day! We’re ready for our close up.
Did you take a selfie today?
This dynamic duo believes in fine footwear.
Keep up with CJ and Elza on Instagram!
June 3 is National Egg Day! How do you like your eggs? We like ours MAGICAL.
Little egglet on your own,
Have your mom and daddy flown?
Don’t worry–you are not alone!
We’ll find you a good safe home
―The Secret Destiny of Pixie Piper by Annabelle Fisher
May is National Get Caught Reading Month! Can you tell which book I got caught with a couple days ago?
What books have you been reading this month?
She closed her eyes and thought about some of the cakes she enjoyed. Cakes with thick icing. Cakes with jam on top of them. Cakes sprinkled with sugar and then dipped in little colored sugarballs. There were so many cakes… and all of them were so delicious.
―The Great Cake Mystery by Alexander McCall Smith
I can’t say I ever wondered what it felt like to be human. But then, my grandfather Grenat always said, ‘It’s safer not to talk to your food,’ ― and as every dragon knows, humans are the most dangerous kind of meal there is.
―The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart by Stephanie Burgis
What am I doing? Something important. That’s what.
Well, if you must know, I’m eating chocolate. But it’s not like it sounds!
Trust me. It’s work. Research.
―This Book is Not Good for You by Pseudonymous Bosch