The Friendship War puts a unique spin on a timeless theme for middle-grade fiction.
A world atlas is a great resource for students; we recommend a few in this post!
Learn to break codes like a professional sleuth in Explorer Academy: Code-Breaking Activity Adventure for middle grades.
Stay, a heart-tugging dog story. also introduces young readers (in a limited way) to the plight of the homeless.
The Vanderbeekers to the Rescue continues the Vanderbeeker fun as the kids try to rescue their mom’s cookie baking business.
A short list of cookbooks for kids and teens that will take your preschooler through to “kitchen graduation” as a teen.
Laid Back Language Arts: learning to enjoy writing and communicating well without drudgery.
In this light-hearted middle-grade novel, a southern “Rebel” digs into her heritage with surprising and enlightening results.