MIDDLE GRADE

Recommended reading for children ages 9-12. Available in print or ebook.

During our rich publishing history, we’ve had the privilege of working with an amazing array of literary talent. Our authors span almost every publishing genre and include best-selling names and burgeoning talent.

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DEWEY FAIRCHILD SIBLING PROBLEM SOLVER

Featuring STEM+ topics of entrepreneurship, Dewey Fairchild shows how siblings can put aside differences to solve a problem in a humorous and adventurous way.

Check out more in the Dewey Fairchild Series. 

SPIN THE GOLDEN LIGHT BULB

It’s the year 2071 and eleven-year-old Kia Krumpet is determined to build her 67 inventions, but she won't have the opportunity to unless she earns a spot at PIPS, the Piedmont Inventor’s Prep School. After she and four of her classmates are selected to compete for a spot at PIPS, they travel by aero-bus to Camp Piedmont to solve a task against 49 other state teams to earn their place at the best inventor's school in the country.


The Crimson Five series is full of stories that encourage kids interested in STEM+ to improve their skills and practice good teamwork. 

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MORE THAN MARMALADE

Michael Bond poured his personal feelings about the events of his era–the refugee children his family had hosted in the countryside, a war-torn country in recovery, the bustling immigrant neighborhood where he lived–into the story of a little bear from Peru who tries very, very hard to do things right. The result was A Bear Called Paddington. An incredible true tale, this is the first biography about the writer behind the beloved series.

BECOMING EMILY

An introduction for middle-grade readers to one of America's most celebrated poets. In Becoming Emily, young readers will learn how as a child, an adolescent, and well into adulthood, Dickinson was a lively social being with a warm family life.

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EGO-TRIPPING AND OTHER POEMS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE

Insightful and fun, this collection of poetry captures the essence of the African American experience for young people.

 

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