Tag Archives: middle grade fiction

Last of the Name

With great insight, humor, and candor, Rosanne Parry manages to make this week’s read, Last of the Name, worth every page. The Story: Danny O’Carolan is the last of his name. The only boy in a long line of formerly … Continue reading

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The Hotel Between

This week we’re reading an exciting read released last year. Filled to the brim with mayhem, mystery, and adventure, The Hotel Between is one book you won’t want to miss. The Story: Cameron wishes life could be easier for him … Continue reading

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A Drop of Hope

Contemporary novels for younger readers are getting better and better these days. With focus on character, Keith Calbrese writes a tender novel of belief in magic, family, and finding oneself. The Story: The last thing Ernest Wilmette wants to do … Continue reading

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