The Whistlers in the Dark is an innocent yet hopeful take on worldly things through the eyes of young children, which is exactly what a middle-grade novel should be.
Category: Middle Grade fantasy
Scareground with its sinister and haunted theme, it had my interest from page one. I would love to continue reading more about Nancy and her adventures.
Toby and the Silver Blood Witches was deeper than what I expected from a middle-grade book in terms of emotional quotient.
The Pawnshop of Stolen Dreams is a quick and enjoyable read which makes you think while being intrigued by the theatrics.
The Frost Fair is a middle-grade fantasy that is surprisingly grounded even when it is dealing with all these magical and frosty elements.
Princess Ever After is a YA Fantasy and the fifth and final book in the Rosewood Chronicles.
Octavia Bloom and the Missing Key has the appeal of a fairy tale that packs the vibe of a Princess Diaries tale. It can be a great bedtime story that would make young kids run wild with their active imagination.
A witty, whimsical and fun ride, The Revenge of the Beast is a must-read if you have already started The Beast and the Bethany series.
The overall theme in these novels is the sense of wonder. The Crowns of Croswald was no different.
Amari and the Night Brothers has everything that an adventurous , well-paced and heartfelt middle grade fantasy requires.