These Are The Amazing Middle Grade Books Of 2019 You Need To Try!

Try These Amazing Middle Grade Books Of 2019

                  Amazing Middle-Grade Books: Well, if you are much into reading and are confused what to read this year, so you don’t have to worry as this year there are many amazing books that have been already released and some are about to release. With the help of this article, we are going to present you some of the amazing books of 2019 that you must read.

DK Life Stories Series by DK

DK is all set to launch a whole new series of biographies about several iconic and legendary world leaders around the world. The first installments are panned to cover such remarkable individuals like Gandhi, Anne Frank, Martin Luther King Jr., Albert Einstein, Helen Keller, and Katherine Johnson. Every title has hand-drawn illustrations, photographs, as well as reference material organized precisely in order to make these figures come flourishing or alive for middle-grade readers.

The Unsung Hero of Birdsong, the USA by Brenda Woods

The Coretta Scott King Honor-winning author, by Brenda Woods, might be the best to tell the moving story of the friendship between a young white boy with a Black WWII veteran who has just returned to the hostile Jim Crow South.

The Bridge Home by Padma Venkatraman

This book is pretty enough to make anyone excited to find out what’s next. Its story revolves around two sisters, named Viji and Rukku, who are living on the streets of the city Chennai, India. They soon form a family with other street children and started learning the pleasures and drawbacks of growing up deprived of any adult supervision.

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Max and the Midknights by Lincoln Peirce

Max and the Midknights is an audiobook which is based on Lincoln Peirce’s novel. On 8 January 2019, it was released by Listening Library. The story revolves around Max, who is a 10-year-old apprentice troubadour who has to save his uncle from the wicked King Gastley.

The Friendship War by Andrew Clements

This is a relatable story as well as one of the best sellers from Andrew Clements. Many middle school kids can relate it to their real life and the idea of a “friendship war.” The story revolves around two former best friends who find themselves rutted against each other when a new school fad creates them reexamine the dynamics of their long friendship.

STEM Lab by Jack Challoner

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. It represents one of the biggest focus areas for modern education. Here, in this new book, readers are offered with a variety of clever activities that make STEM understandable, easy to get to, along with great fun. 

Each Tiny Spark by Pablo Cartaya

Here comes the emotional tale of a father and daughter from the author of bestsellers like The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora and Marcus Vega Doesn’t Speak Spanish will fill your heart with emotions. It tells the story of a father and daughter who are fighting to rebuild their relationship after the dad returns from a long military deployment. Finally, they find an approach to reconnect as the father teaches his daughter to weld.

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