New Titles for Middle Schoolers

Check out these new releases for middle schoolers!

Ashes by Laurie Halse Anderson – Finally, the lat book in the Seeds of American trilogy is here! With the Black Lives Matter movement and racial tension in the U.S., this series is more eye-opening than ever before.

The Silver Eyes by Scott Cawthon – This probably won’t be winning any awards, but a novel based on the hit Five Nights at Freddy’s games is a sure bet with its legions of middle school fans.

Projekt 1065 by Alan Gratz – The author of Prisoner B-3087 brings us another titles with a bunch of numbers nobody’s going to remember. This should be a good choice for World War II buffs and historical fiction projects.

Still a Work in Progress by Jo Knowles – A new book by the author of the heartbreaking See You at Harry’s? Yes, please!

Falling Over Sideways by Jordan Sonnenblick – Jordan Sonnenblick brings us his usual humor and drama, this time from a female point of view.

Sting by Jude Watson (Loot book 2) – Loot found lots of fans in grades 4-6 at my library.

 

Everything You Need to Ace … in One Big Fat Notebook series – If you live in an academically-minded community like mine, expect these to circulate well.  They are full of cute doodles and have a lighthearted attitude that will keep kids engaged.

 

More titles to check out:

Fashion Rebels by Carlyn Cerniglia Beccia

Truth of Dare by Barbara Dee

Riding Chance by Christine Kendall

Last Man Out by Mike Lupica

The Plot to Kill Hitler: Dietrich Bonhoeffer–Pastor, Spy, Unlikely Hero by Patricia McCormick

Write This Down by Claudia Mills

The Middle School Student’s Guide to Academic Success by Blake Nemelka

The Scourge by Jennifer A. Nielsen

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up the Marvel Universe by Ryan North

The Capybara Conspiracy by Erica S. Perl

Snow White by Matt Phelan

The Creeping Shadow by Jonathan Stroud (Lockwood & Co. book 4)

Top Prospect by Paul Volponi

 

You can find info on some of these books and many others at the Book Release Calendar at Nerdy Book Club.

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