Finding Serendipity – Tuesday discovers a way into the world of writers and faces off against the villain of her mother’s creation.
How to Train Your Dragon 2: How to Be a Pirate – Hiccup’s lessons in piracy come to a halt when the class comes upon a stranger searching for his stolen treasure.
Baker’s Magic – Bee’s magical gift places her in the position to help an orphaned princess escape from her cruel guardian.
What are you reading?
Middle Grade Carousel is a series of monthly challenges for lovers and readers of middle grade books. Our theme for September is…
Arrrr is for Reading
Ahoy, bookish landlubbers! Are ye prepared for adventure on the seven seas? Chasing down maritime monsters? Hunting for buried treasure? Then come aboard!
Continue reading “#MGCarousel – September 2018”
We had so much fun with our Summer Reading challenge, we decided to keep going into autumn!
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Continue reading “#MGCarousel – Autumn Reading Bingo”
We can’t possibly do an orange theme without mentioning Masashi Kisimoto’s number-one knucklehead ninja, Naruto.
We Kinde ladies love to collect things, so it makes perfect sense (to us, at least) that our favorite video game is Pokemon.
For our theme this month at #MGCarousel, we collected just a few of our favorite Pokemon who come in various shades of orange. Have you caught ’em all?
This Bug/Flying type Pokemon only evolves from a male Burmy, which makes it a bit of a tough critter to collect. This lovely orange-and-tan moth is well worth the hours of battling those pesky little bundles, though.
Continue reading “Top 15: Orange Pokemon”
“It’s not the cone,” said Leandra grumpily. Lots of things made Leandra grumpy lately, especially changes out of the blue. Or in this case, orange.
“It’s the color orange.”
“You heard me. In nature, orange means good things, like pumpkins, and juice, and autumn leaves, and sunsets. But when you paint something orange it usually means something not-so-good. Except, of course, if it’s Halloween. And even Halloween is scary sometimes.”
One Day and One Amazing Morning on Orange Street